Address:

Vuk Karadzikj 19A, 1300 Kumanovo

North Macedonia

Phone number: +389 31 421 330
Fax: +389 31 421 330


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    Center for Intercultural Dialogue (CID) is a civil society organization working to promote intercultural acceptance and active citizenship through capacity building processes, education and youth work. The organization’s activity focuses on many aspects which are of interest for young people: from provision of services and information, to research and support for policy-making and networking.

    CID is working to create diverse responsible and cooperative communities where citizens are actively contributing to the social development and integration. Our mission is to ensure sustainable community development by creating opportunities for quality engagement of civil society, advancing learning opportunities, and active involvement of young people and other citizens.

    Our objectives:

    • To develop and provide quality learning opportunities within non-formal education for diverse groups of learners.
    • To offer capacity development of civil society to directly involve citizens in community decision-making through inclusive work-practices and networking opportunities.
    • To increase quality of education and learning services through encouragement of cross-sector cooperation, lifelong learning programmes and innovative education tools.
    • To facilitate youth support systems as well as participation mechanisms for young people through quality youth work and inclusive policies development.

    Youth Work provided in CID

    CID is running the youth support system in the Kumanovo municipality known among youth as MultiКулти Youth Center. The main aim of the youth center is to establish ground for sustainable multiethnic cooperation by fostering intercultural learning and communication among children and young people. In addition, this is made possible by promoting democratic citizenship and fostering active participation of youth within the main decision making processes of the community. Since the establishment of the MultiКулти in 2010, a neutral platform was created where youth from different ethnic backgrounds follow joint activities. CID also runs a set of programmes for new youth workers called the Youth Workers Academy, offering well-planned processes for development of competences needed to work in the youth support systems. Apart of this CID runs a programme of detached youth work in Kumanovo. The youth work offered by CID annually gathers over 2000 beneficiaries.