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Welcome to the newly designed website of the European Multicultural Foundation (EMF). This site contains information relating to EMF and its members as well as multicultural issues.



Europe Matters Forum, April 27- May 2, 2009 in Štúrovo, Slovakia


Supported with a European Commission grant ‘Europe for Citizens’ CFOR is continuing our Europe Matters programme together with partner organisations CFOR UK, ANNWIN Slovakia, Udruga Mi Croatia, IPP Centre for Dialogue Poland and Diversity Matters UK.

‘The focus of Europe Matters is its unusual quality of facilitated dialogue – a deeper dialogue that leads to transformation of attitudes and new initiatives and collaborations’

‘A new kind of think tank, profoundly interactive and with a training component so you can continue facilitating the dialogue when you
go home’


Themes will arise from our diverse group. Facilitated processes in the large group; small groups; panels and roundtables; fish-bowls on specific problems; and networking sessions.
Europe matters may include:

See more at Europe Matters website

With the support of the Citizenship Programme of the European Union


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Round Table Discussion in Sweden (November 15, 2008)



A round table discussion took place at The Immigrant Institute in Borås, Sweden on 15th November 2008. Participants included Multicultural Organisation from Great Britain, Finland, Slovakia, researchers and university lecturers in Sweden, local political representatives from Swedish political parties – Folkpartiet (Liberal), Vanster Partiet (Left Party) and socialdemokratiska Partiet (Social Democracy).

See more at Issue 11 of the 3rd Way Communique.
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Meeting with Slovak government officials, 14 February 2008


Tara Mukherjee, Chairman of the European Multicultural Foundation, together with Peter Šimkovič, Secretary General of EMF, Viera Šimkovičova, Deputy President of ANNWIN (Slovakia), and Jolana Nátherová, Hope for Children (Slovakia), met Anina Botošová, Government Representative, on 14th February 2008 at the office of the Government of Slovak Republic. More information in ThirdWayCommuniqueNo8.

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Europe Matters - Europe Works, 24 - 30 September 2007


EMF was a main project partner of the European Process Work Forum Europe Matters - Europe Works, 24 - 30 September 2007, Štúrovo, Slovakia, which was focused on building equal opportunities, understanding among diverse communities of various nationalities, ethnicities and cultures, race, sexual orientation, religion, disability, social status and other issues in Europe. The forum was for five days providing intensive opportunities for skill learning, dialogue and community building.

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International Mentor Conference, 7-10 June 2007


International Mentor Conference (7-10 June 2007) was held in Innsbruck, Austria where groups of mentors from six European countries met to share their mentorship experiences. These mentors are involved in Tandem - Mentoring and Vocational Assistance for Youth Migrants that is runned by ANNWIN (SK), ARCA (RO), European Multicultural Foundation (UK), IEIE (GE), Mozaik (SLO), and Verein Multikulturell (A).

Overall programme of conference:
  1. Official welcome
  2. Why TANDEM was developed: aims & objectives
  3. Short presentation about each organisation
  4. Mentor testimonies
  5. Press conference
  6. Group work
  7. Workshops (New Technologies, Conflict Management, Intercultural Training & Diversity Management)

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