Plenary Session at the European Parliament

On the invitation of the Intergroup Traditional Minorities, National Communities and Languages, the members of the Board of the Convivenza Foundation presented their ongoing projects in a plenary session at the European Parliament in Strasbourg/France, on May 11 2023. The event was led by the Co-Chairs of the Minority Intergroup Mr. Francois Alfonsi, Mrs. Kinga Gál and Mr. Loránt Vincze

Plenary Hall of the European Parliament in Strasbourg/France



Working Lunch at the Council of Europe

On the invitation of the Swiss Ambassador Claude Wild, the Permanent Representative of Switzerland to the Council of Europe, a working lunch was held to facilitate the exchange between Mrs. Elise Cornu, Head of Division of National Minorities and Minority Languages at the Council of Europe, Mr. Johan Friestedt, Executive Secretary of the European Commission against Racism and Intolerance, Mrs. Penelope Denu, Head of the Commission of Equality and Non-Discrimination, and the members of the Board of the Convivenza Foundation. The event was held at the Council of Europe on May 11 2023 in Strasbourg/France. 

Members of the Board of the Convivenza Foundation in front of the Council of Europe in Strasbourg/France (Not at the picture is the board member Anja Fischer)


Book Launch Volume 6 of the CONVIVENZA Book Series

On May 10 2023 a new book of the CONVIVENZA Foundation with the title "Innovation and Learning to Manage Diversity in Governance" was presented at the Villa Schutzenberger in Strasbourg/France. The event was held by the invitation of Deputy Herbert Dorfmann, Member of the European Parliament and President of the European Parliamentarian Society

The book is dedicated to the Co-Founder and Vice-President of the Convivenza Foundation Romedi Arquint on his 80th birthday.


Annual Report 2022

Annual Report 2022





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