WE HAD A GREAT INTERCULTURAL EVENING together with Radio Študent 89,3 MHz and ADRA Slovenija

On the 28th of November, at the event called Active Citizens for Positive Change at ZRC SAZU, we presented two projects funded by the Active Citizens Fund Slovenia, namely:

BODE (Brez ovir do enakosti/ No barriers to equality), implemented by Intercultural Dialogue and ADRA Slovenia and

Migrant migrant voice, implemented by Radio Student, Slovenian Philanthropy, and Radio Nova (Norway).

For our part, the No Barriers to Equality/No Barriers to Equality project celebrated the last intercultural event within the activities planned to showcase one of the practical tools for achieving advocacy goals.

At the event, participants were treated to interesting round table discussions on migration, where speakers shared their personal experiences and challenges of living in Slovenia.

We listened to wonderful music by the LIVE Ljubljana International Vocal Ensemble, Eka Yokodo, and amazing TEND Bend.

As well as the musicians and all the speakers, special thanks go to the volunteers from the Intercultural Dialogue Association for preparing the delicious snacks we shared at the end.🙏

Find out more about the projects:

Migrant migrantu glas/ Migrants Giving voice to Migrants, implemented by Radio Študent, Slovenian Philanthropy, and Radio Nova (Norway): https://acfslovenia.si/podprti…/migrant-migrantu-glas/

You can listen to the radio program Enolončnica, which was produced within the project: https://enoloncnica.radiostudent.si/

The BODE / No Barriers to Equality project is implemented by Intercultural Dialogue and ADRA Slovenia:



Thank you to all the musicians who took part in our non-profit event.

Thank you Valentina Rajaković and Radio Študent 89,3 MHz for your cooperation.

Thank you Katja Kotnik and ADRA Slovenija for your cooperation.

Thank you also:

Furkan Güner for facilitating the event and participating in the round table

Kulturno društvo Gmajna and Aigul Hakimova for participation in the roundtable

Oleg Rogoza for his participation in the roundtable

Klevis Shkembi for his participation in the round table

– Gal Krizmanič for moderating the round table.