On September 9, 2021, ICDO hosted ICDO Fair, as a part of The Long Nights of Interculturality 2021. ICDO team shared with attendees an opportunity to explore ICDO’ scope of work and projects, collaboration, fundraising and internship opportunities, as well as motivational insights from ICDO’s Honorary Ambassador Farid Dieck Kattas.
On September 11 2021, ICDO hosted the “Voices of Change” event as part of the Long Nights of Interculturality 2021. Voices of Change event gathered ICDO Fellows from around the world, who will use their platforms and activism to actively contribute to the ICDO’s Fellowship program and make a positive change with joint efforts.
On September 8 ICDO hosted “The Impact of Culture on Sustainable Development” Panel Discussion at The Long Nights of Interculturality 2021 exploring further the role of cross-cultural collaboration between academia, states and NGOs in contributing to the sustainable development goals of the 2030 Agenda.
On September 8th, 2021 ICDO opened a virtual art exhibition “Art. Sustainability. Peace.” featuring 23 internationally renowned artists from 11 countries around the globe who conveyed the message of rekindling with nature and our environment using their art as a medium.
On September 6, 2021 ICDO opened the Long Nights of Interculturality with the panel discussion “Cultural Diversity in Sustainable Development: The Example of Central American Countries” engaging in a dialogue with Ambassadors of El Salvador, Guatemala and Costa Rica to Austria, as well as Charge d’Affaires a.i. of the Embassy of Honduras to Austria.
On 21 April 2021, ICDO President Mag. Josipa Palac was a speaker at the virtual panel discussion iSEDI 3.2 – Human Rights and the Role of Social Justice in Crisis Response and Recovery hosted by International Security and Conflict Analysis Network (iSCAN).
By establishing a Development Hub in Yucatan ICDO empowers indigenous Maya women and girls with resources, training and counseling to boost their potential and secure long-term betterment. Being Maya comes with centuries of values-but also systemic stigma.
ICDO’s virtual art exhibition ‘Art Reunited’ will be exhibited online from September 15-October 15 2020, featuring artworks from renowned artists from every corner of the planet.
ICDO opened the third edition of the Long Nights of Interculturality, public annual festival under UNESCO patronage, inviting the audience from all over the world to join in celebration of diversity and interculturality online.
One the 26th of January 2020, ICDO hosted Gala Dinner in Casa Xixim in Tulum, as part of the first phase of the Maya Voice project in Mexico
During the first phase of the Maya Voice project, ICDO team has conducted more than 80 interviews with participants from more than 20 different indigenous Maya communities in Quintana Roo, Mexico.
On the 15th of January, the Mayor of Playa del Carmen, Mrs. Laura Beristain Navarrete, officially announced the cooperation with ICDO on ‘Kalan Je La’an: Following the Maya Voice’ project.
The opening ceremony of ICDO’s Long Night of Intercultural Dialogue officially kicked off at the Wiener Rathaus with a costume show
Rathaus shall serve as the venue for our opening ceremony. It will host a symposium with a variety of prominent speakers and critical topics
Altes Rathaus’ evening will begin with a musical performance featuring vocals and piano. A panel discussion between inspirational
The Long Night Of Intercultural Dialogue is an annual public event held on 8th of September, 2018, that celebrates Vienna’s rich history with culture, creativity and art.
ICDO launched new methods that used diversity as an instrument of change for the society, in the cultural program, Music and Beyond.
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People have opened their homes and land to refugees. The rise of the Islamist militant group Boko Haram has forced more than 2.6 million people to flee from their homes across Nigeria, Cameroon and Chad,