Non-Governmental Organisations



Strasbourg, 18 January 2014

Meeting on “Living Together:
how to embrace the diversity advantage”

Draft agenda

Monday, 27 January 2014
(4.15 pm to 5.45 pm)
Strasbourg, Agora – Room G.01

Co-chairs: Sabine Rohmann, Chair of the Culture and Education Committee and Karl Donert, Head of the Working group “Living together”

Issues at stake: Intercultural inclusion encourages the view that diversity is an asset and fights discrimination. It is anchored in the principles of democracy and human rights. Civil society is a key player in facilitating the intercultural approach to living together in diversity and promoting social cohesion.


    - To take stock of tools and on-going activities of the INGO Conference, the Committees, their working groups and individual INGOs;
    - To identify complementarity and possibilities for co-operation;
    - To develop coherence of action and possible joint action