UNITED co-hosts a Global Youth Consultation “Erasmus+ Worldwide”

On “YOUTH MOVEMENTS & DECOLONISING CLIMATE JUSTICE” UNITED for Intercultural Action has partnered with seventeen other non-governmental youth-led institutions to deliver ERASMUS+ WORLDWIDE: GLOBAL DIALOGUE ON YOUTH PARTICIPATION & PEACE, a project aimed to establish stronger youth cooperation between young people coming from Europe, the Diaspora, Asia, and Africa.  Over 50 participants collaborated in different… Read more »

UNITED Statement: We stand in Solidarity with the Iranian Women and call to end excessive violence against the protesters in Iran

Image “Women, Life, Freedom” by Javad Takjoo The worrying news about the women’s rights abuse coming from Iran urge the international community to  take a stand for the right to protest without the fear of state violence. These protests started last Friday, 16th of September after the death of 22-year-old Iranian Kurdish woman Mahsa Amini,… Read more »

Join Youth Expert Conversation!

 Are you a youth leader, interested in Youth participation & Peace in Europe, Africa and Asia?  UNITED is excited to join “Erasmus+ Worldwide: Global Dialogue on Youth Participation & Peace initiative” and invite you to expand your network by joining a global community of youth experts and peace-builders. If selected, you will have a chance… Read more »

Europaweite Fotoaktion am 21.03.2021

  It’s that time of the year – the time when we all gear up in solidarity for the Action Week Against Racism! Our friends at Die Stiftung für die Internationalen Wochen gegen Rassismus  have an excellent agenda planned in Germany – which we encourage everyone to join virtually. You can do so with the visuals… Read more »

Updated Refugee Death List 2020

Since 1993, the UNITED List of Refugee Deaths has recorded the reported cases of deaths of more than 40, 555 refugees and migrants who have died due to the restrictive policies of Fortress Europe whilst trying to get into Europe. The causes of death are numerous: most drowned in the Mediterranean. Others were shot at borders, killed… Read more »

UNITED co-webinar European/Prague conference – a success!

Thank you all to those of you who joined us for our webinar on the 25th and 26th of April! UNITED for Intercultural Action, along with Transform! Europe, Prague Spring 2, Szab, Youth and Environment Europe, International Young Naturefriends, and SPaS, held a webinar to discuss the future of civic organizing in the context of… Read more »

June 2004

Euro-vote mixed fortunes for the hard right By Graeme Atkinson, HOPE not hate, and UNITED for Intercultural Action Some of the electoral right-wing extremist and right-wing anti-immigrant/ populist parties that stood in the European elections turned out to be amongst the biggest losers, piling up derisory votes and percentages in country after country. The biggest… Read more »

June 2009

Mixed fortunes but no unity for far-right By Graeme Atkinson, HOPE not hate For the extreme right, the European Parliament (EP) elections brought mixed fortunes with some winners, some notable losers, but overall, no surprises in the election, in which 375 million people where eligible to vote in 27 countries and to decide which parties… Read more »