Azerbaijan as a multicultural and multi-faith nation consistently promotes the intercultural dialogue. Indeed, a unique geographical location where the cultures and the civilizations meet and the membership of both European and Islamic international organizations have enabled Azerbaijan to contribute significantly in building genuine dialogue among the groups belonging to different cultures, religions and nations. In particular, the Baku Process, launched in 2008, is a unique platform for delivering on these objectives and promoting our common values in a wider region, particularly in face of racism, xenophobia and intolerance and other worrying phenomena.
Azerbaijan with its international partners, including the Council of Europe organises the World Forum on Intercultural Dialogue every two years in the framework of the Baku Process. The implementation of these activities is based on the belief that over time they will contribute to the building of more sustainable societies in harmony and peace.
Last update: 16.05.2022