Our award-winning suite of Belieforama religious diversity and anti-discrimination training programmes has been featured in a new publication by the European Association for the Education of Adults (EAEA). The publication (EAEA Grundtvig Award - Excellence in Adult Education 2013 (PDF)) shortlists 12 projects in the European category:
The wealth of our country and our institutional system resides notably in the fact that we have turned our diversity into a strength.
King Philippe of Belgium, 21 July 2013
The Belieforama snapshots are case studies – stories of change – showing how individuals from all walks of life integrate the learning from Religious Diversity and Anti-Discrimination training into their personal, professional and communal lives.
Get inspired: Belieforama Snapshots - Stories of Change (PDF 3.2MB)
Collecting data, analysing it and reporting on hate crime can provide communities and Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) with a powerful tool with which to present their concerns to government, law enforcement, media and others. Credible data provides the facts needed to advocate for improved public policies to prevent and combat hate crime as well as for services that respond to the needs of victims of hate crime and hate-motivated incidents.
A letter signed by more than 150 Members of Parliament from over 30 countries was sent today to the President, the Prime Minister and the Speaker of the Parliament of Hungary. This letter is a response to the antisemitic statement made in Parliament by Márton Gyöngyösi, member of the Jobbik party, where he called for a listing of all Jews in Government and Parliament as they would pose a security risk to the country.