Coronavirus fears are sparking racism and xenophobia

People are reporting incidents of anti-Chinese sentiments around the world. The 2019 novel coronavirus began in Wuhan in central China’s Hubei province. In the Republic of Korea, protestors held a rally this week calling for a ban on Chinese people entering the country. In Vietnam, a nail salon displayed a sign saying it was not […]

Discussion club in Latvia against xenophobia

Within the framework of the European Union Solidarity Corps, the XeNOphobia Discussion Club project was launched, which calls on indifferent people to unite against xenophobia and discrimination and learn to find commonalities rather than differences that can divide. Project was implemented during 6 months from May 1 till October 31, 2019 in Riga, Latvia.Once a […]

Our goal was to help people who battle xenophobia.

On August 31st 2019, people from 6 different countries came to Paphos-Cyprus for a project called “Net Art for Tolerance”. Our goal was to help people who battle xenophobia. For that, with 9 days we created a website so people who battle xenophobia know that they are not alone and there is help. Also they […]

Erasmus + never stops.

Erasmus + never stops. Inspired by everyday problems with our society and our youth, another project is realised in Paphos, Cyprus. The main idea of this incredibly useful youth exchange is probably the most popular social issue nowadays – the xenophobia. This project took place in Paphos, from 31.08 till 09.09 where participants from six […]

Net Art For Tolerance

Starting on August 31st 2019 a small group of believers gathered to fulfil one big dream. A group containing people from Macedonia, Latvia, Cyprus, Romania, Italy and France came to Paphos, Cyprus for a project called “Net Art For Tolerance”. Their goal was to organise workshops and discussions on how to battle xenophobia with art. […]

Artists from Paphos have declared war on xenophobia

Artists from Paphos have declared war on xenophobia. More than 40 artists from 6 different countries gathered in Paphos to announce their attitude towards xenophobia. It is especially curious that they had artists from the Cyprus to. In the best traditions of netArt, they chose an alias tolerART. Now any artist in the world can […]