Who we are?

About Us

The Centre for Promotion of Intercultural Dialogue was formed in 2015 to support the development of a coherent, practical, and relevant research-based perspective on domestic and international intercultural relations. The Centre for Promotion of Intercultural Dialogue is an independent non-governmental, non-denominational and non-political organization whose mission is to build a world where the cultural diversity is respected and valorised, where people from different cultural backgrounds work hand in hand for solution of global problems and for sustainable development. Aiming a culture of peace, the CentreĀ promotes the use of dialogue globally to prevent and resolve conflict, to enhance understanding and cooperation. The promotors seek to reach common and harmonious cooperation and a genuine desire to lay the foundations of world peace.


Categories of members of the association are:

a) founding members - those mentioned in Article 1 of this Statute;

b) full members

c) honorary members, as to be granted by the Board of Directors those individuals who bring outstanding services association.


The goals of the Centre for Promotion of Intercultural Dialogue are::

a) promoting cultural dialogue and intercultural, locally, regionally, nationally and internationally;

b) promoting religious dialogue, inter-Christian and inter-religious, nationally and internationally;

c) promoting cultural values ??and spirituality Romanian and European and European historical memory;

d) promoting democracy and active European citizenship and volunteering;

e) promoting the fundamental values ??of the European Union and fundamental human rights and freedoms;

f) implementing programs and projects promoting tourism and public awareness about the need to preserve and protect the environment;

g) developing projects and student and youth programs;

h) implementing projects and health education programs;

i) conducting charitable activities;

j) the conduct of courses, trainings and training programs and personal development;

k) partnerships and cooperation agreements with public institutions and NGOs in Romania and abroad;

l) promoting and encouraging academic excellence through conferences, symposiums, roundtables and other activities of this type, and by offering prizes and scholarships for students and teachers in higher education;

m) publishing scientific papers, publicity and promotion.

Target groups

The target groups:

1. Members and volunteers of our organization

2. Participants of events organised by CPID

3. Youth from Romania and foreign countries

4. Experts involved in the activities of CPID

5. Subscribers and readers of our publications

6. All the other people interested in Intercultural Dialogue