Center for Interethnic Dialogue and Tolerance "Amalipe"

combating anti-Roma stereotypes among young people

10.12.2014 - Greece.1st of December - WHOLE GREECE ONE VOICE FOR WORLD DAY AGAINST AIDS

2014-11-21-2855On the occasion of the World Day of AIDS, the Association "Positive Voice" for the first time joined his voice with over 300 volunteers in 25 cities of Greece and Cyprus to send a strong message of life:


9.12.2014 - Greece,Thessaloniki. Participation in the activities of the project “Youth Against Extremism”

9.12.14 greece new 3Youth Against Extremism is a pilot project involving partners in Greece, Hungary and the UK, and supported by the EU Youth in Action Programme. The coordinating organisation is Momentum World. The project supports Momentum World’s  2020 Education programme, which promotes young people’s  understanding of global issues and gives them the skills, motivation and confidence to engage with these issues from an early age.


04.12.2014 - Vratsa. Peers discussed "The language of the hatred" with their peers

4.12.2014 obi4enie Vraca 1Consecutive training make the local club by volunteers "Youth is tolerance" - Vratsa to TSMEDT "Amalipe" - Veliko Tarnovo in school of Construction in town Vratsa. The training took place on 04.12.2014, at one of the 10 classes of the same name school.


27.11.14 - Burgas. Peer education of tolerance in the technical high schools

27.11.14 obu4enie VOV BurgasToday on November 27th 2014 was held another training using the method of  "peer to peer education" in Professional Technical School Burgas. The training was part of a series of trainings conducted in this city by the young people from the voluntary club of project "Youth is tolerance" by Amalipe.


24.11.2014 - Burgas. Students from Burgas are having a discussion using the method of „World Cafe“

24.11.14 Burgas svtovno kafene 1In connection of November 16th, the International Day for Tolerance, Club "Youth is tolerance" Center for Interethnic Dialogue and Tolerance, organized a debate using this innovative methodology on the topic of "hate speech". The discussion was attended by students from grades 10 and 11 from Burgas' schools and volunteers from the youth club connected to the project.