Living Together Network against Racism and Xenophobia in Europe

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The Living Together project “European Citizenship against Racism and Xenophobia” is co-financed by the European Commission, Directorate General for Justice, Freedom and Security, through the Fundamental Rights and Citizenship Community action program, under the priority: combating racism and xenophobia.

It is a transnational project implemented by a consortium of 13 entities, both public and private, from 6 EU member countries (Spain, Portugal, the Netherlands, Ireland, Sweden and Finland), whose coordinator is the Spanish Observatory on Racism and Xenophobia (OBERAXE).

As a general objective, the project aims to promote a European discourse of tolerance, based on the generation of arguments of coexistence and respect, recognition of difference and construction of a European citizenship far from any form of racism and xenophobia.