Symposium Renewing Democracy | Borders to Cross

Symposium on Renewing Democracy

In connection with Borders to Cross, the Department of Political Science at the University of Amsterdam, Network Democracy, the Institute for International and European Policy at KU Leuven, and the G1000 are organizing a symposium on Renewing Democracy. The symposium is also connected to the celebration of the Erasmus Prize, […]

Bona Mente

By Rense Bos The Ohrid Framework Agreement (peace agreement in Macedonia as a result of the armed conflict in 2001) and the constitutional changes that derived from this agreement set the basis for change in the national legislation. This provided more rights for the non- majority ethnic groups in Macedonia. […]

Bona Mente | Borders to Cross

CIVICUS | Borderd to Cross


Govts fail to create an environment for active civil society and citizenship participation. How does your country rank? And do you agree? By Stefanie Schuddebeurs How does your country’s government rank in supporting civil society? A new index published today by the global civil society network, CIVICUS, shows that many […]

Teatro Valle Occupato and Teodor Celakoski receive ECF Princess Margriet Award

The European Cultural Foundation (ECF) is proud to announce the Sixth ECF Princess Margriet Award laureates: Teatro Valle Occupato (Italy) and cultural activist Teodor Celakoski (Croatia). In awarding these laureates, ECF signals two precedent-setting examples of collaboration between culture and society and the struggle for the ‘commons’. The Award will […]