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Dialogue between peoples and culture. East European cross border actors in the dialogue

10-12 May 2012, Iasi - Romania


Through this event, the partner universities aim at the opening towards the intercultural dialogue and sharing common values, understanding the place and role of every people in the European cultural space, promoting tolerance and good co-inhabiting between the people across the borders, identifying the common identity elements and belonging to the European cultural space. Although the target regions are characterized through linguistic, social and cultural differences, they have however a series of common spiritual characteristics, feeling the need to achieve an intercultural education, as a first step for accomplishing a strong cooperation at the East border of the EU.

   The main topics of the conference are:

  • European identity and cultural diversity at the East border of the European Union

  • Youth and the religious factor, tolerance and laicism. The dialogue in the European context

  • Human rights and fundamental freedom in construction of a sustainable democracy in Europe

All the persons (professors, researchers, PhD students) are invited to submit their papers in order to be evaluated. The organiser committee kindly ask you to follow the requirements:

  • the length of the paper: 5-10 pages

  • the paper language: English

  • Formatting: please see the authors guidelines (download)

  • the deadline for submiting the papers is 20 April 2012

  • the selected papers will be publish in the conference volume

The Joint Operational Programme Romania-Ukraine-Republic of Moldova 2007-2013 is financed by the European Union through the European Neighborhood and Partnership Instrument and co-financed by the participating countries in the programme.

This publication has been produced with the assistance of the European Union. The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union or ofthe Romania-Ukraine-Republic of Moldova Joint Operational Programme 2007-2013 management structures.