Baku, May 6, AZERTAC
Baku International Multiculturalism Centre has been registered with the Transparency Register, which was set up and is operated by the European Parliament and the European Commission.
The aims of the Centre are to study and promote interaction among the cultures of different regions in multicultural life; realize projects for the systematic elimination of shortcomings in education, culture, science and other social spheres that hinder the harmonious development of the moral integrity of the individual; to analyze and disseminate the personal experience of world experts on multiculturalism, as well as of past and contemporary scholars, political, social, cultural and arts figures; to prepare and implement a mechanism for the appreciation and development of prominent local and foreign citizens who have a special role in personal wellbeing and in the establishment of relations of mutual respect and trust among nations and religions.
Baku International Multiculturalism Centre is organizing Summer Schools each year in order to promote living together in multicultural societies.
The Centre has organized dozens of events on protection of minorities, and one of the recent events was in Stockholm to discuss the experiences of multiculturalism tolerance with The Institute for Security and Development Policy and also in Berlin Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities.
The Centre has offices in Germany, Italy, Portugal, Russia, Israel and Moldova.