On December 5th, in Bruxelles will take place the European closing event of the project INGRiD. Intersecting Grounds of Discrimination in Italy.
The final conference of the project INGRiD – Intersecting Grounds of Discrimination in Italy marks an important milestone in the roadmap towards the recognition and adoption of intersectional frameworks to address discrimination in Europe. This interactive event will create a space to inform and strengthen existing expertise in the field of contrasting discrimination, presenting challenges and opportunities deriving from putting intersectionality in practice in the project’s experience.
When? 5th December, 2022
Where? Brussels, Belgium
For whom? The event will bring together key actors, around 30 delegates comprising CSOs, authorities, policymakers and partners, and youth representatives, from across the EU and Italy responsible for advancing the development of an intersectional framework to address discrimination.
The conference will be the closing event of the INGRID Project, which promotes an intersectional approach to policies and practices dealing with anti-discrimination in Italy connecting the local level, in particular the Italian territories involved in the project (Trentino, South Tyrol, Veneto, Liguria, Marche) to the European dimension.
This event will bring together key actors, around 30 delegates comprising CSOs, authorities, policymakers and partners, and youth representatives, from across the EU and Italy responsible for the advance in the development of an intersectional framework to address discrimination.
This is a hybrid event. The address of the venue and Zoom link will be provided once registration is completed.
Please fill out the registration form by November 30th at the very latest. Please note that places are limited! It is best to turn in your application as early as possible before the final deadline of 30th of November 2022. Registration is confirmed only upon reception of confirmation from CEJI. Confirmation of acceptance will be sent to suitable applicants as soon as possible.
Participants should cover their travel and eventual accommodation expenses.
CEJI will not be able to cover any costs for participants attendance.