The “foreign agent law” in contemporary Europe

by Riccardo Mattone Fantini A new target for nationalist politicians Historically, authoritarian regimes have identified certain social, ethnic, or political groups as scapegoats, to explain the political, social, and economic issues in the country. Often, these scapegoats were defined as “foreign agents” to underline that they had acted against national interests. Then, after labeling anyone… Read more »

Let’s make it better! – Mentoring youth workers – Activity report

Group picture. Participants of the 'Let's make it better' training are holding up their certificate. In the middle is a flag with the logo of UNITED.

  From 22 to 27 November 2021, UNITED for Intercultural Action organised the training ‘Let’s make it better! – Mentoring youth workers’. The training took place in Budapest, Hungary. 25 participants from all across Europe took part in the training.   The training was about human rights education. It also focused on including an anti-racist… Read more »

UNITED attends OSCE Parallel Civil Society Conference and Ministerial Council

  On 1 December 2021, a representative of UNITED for Intercultural Action attended the OSCE Parallel Civil Society Conference and the Ministerial Council in Stockholm, Sweden. UNITED participated as part of the Civic Solidarity Platform. The Parallel Civil Society conference was held for civil society representatives from across the OSCE area, prior to the 28th… Read more »

UNITED joins Virtual Education Academy 3!

UNITED is excited to invite you to this Saturday’s panel “The Power of experiental learning & non-formal Education”, which we are co-hosting this Saturday. Among the diverse line up of speakers, our director Balint Jósa will share insights about education for human rights from the perspective of our international anti-racism network. The panel is part… Read more »

Open Call: Communications Interns

UNITED for Intercultural Action is the European network against nationalism, racism, fascism and in support of migrants, refugees and minorities. Together with over 560 supporter organisations all around Europe, ranging from local grassroots associations to national and international NGOs, UNITED coordinates campaigns, organises conferences, takes part in projects, produces publications and undertakes advocacy work to protest against discrimination and promote our… Read more »