Impact of the EUSDR on the Black Sea Region in the Field of Intercultural Dialogue: Presentation...more
5th Global Forum - UN Alliance of Civilizations, Vienna 27/28 February 2013
UN Alliance of Civilizations Forum draws to a Close with Vienna Declarationmore
On occasion of the 5th UNAOC Global Forum the Vienna Declaration on the Alliance of Civilizations...more
Documents and Photographs about both the Youth Event and the Global Forum are available.more
Entitled "Responsible Leadership in Diversity and Dialogue" the Vienna Forum focused on how responsible leadership can make a difference in the following three major issues:
- the promotion, protection and full enjoyment of the right to religious freedom in a context of religious pluralism which consists not only of greater diversity, but of perceptions of that diversity and new patterns of interaction among religious groups,
- media pluralism and diversity of media content and their contribution to fostering public debate, democracy and awareness of diverse opinions,
- and the shaping a new narrative for migration, integration and mobility in the global economy.
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Austria welcomes you to the website of the 5th Global Forum of the United Nations Alliance of Civilisations. The Global Forum is the Alliance’s highest-profile event. It brings together decision-makers, experts, and a variety of stakeholders in the field of intercultural and interreligious dialogue from all over the world.
At a time of dizzying change on a global scale, the Vienna Forum will focus on the promotion of Responsible Leadership in Diversity and Dialogue. more
At the turn of the 19th century, Vienna was the capital of an empire that comprised 15 nations and far more than 50 million inhabitants. The city attracted a vast number of migrants and with them a vast diversity of cultures and languages, alongside a great variety of knowledge, creativity and visions. The multinational empire allowed for a unique and mutually enriching synergy of cultures – the foundation of a lifestyle, which we today call “the Viennese”. more
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