Radošās iniciatīvas centrs piedalās Anna Lindh Foundation projektā "EUROMED: Education without Borders" between Estonia, Latvia, Sweden, United Kingdom, Italy and Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt and Jordan..

The project is conducted in cooperation between Sillamäe Society for Child Welfare (leader Estonia) and partners from Sweden (Munkebäcksgymnasiet), Latvia (Radošās iniciatīvas centrs), UK (Madina Leadership Programme), Italy (Fondazione Mondinsieme del Comune di Reggio Emilia), Morocco (Le Forum Mediterraneen de la Jeunesse " FOMEJE"), Algeria (Association Club Scientifique de Setif), Tunisia (Zayrah Tunisia), Egypt (Bibliotheca Alexandrina) and Jordan (Jubilee School / King Hussein Foundation). 

The project aims to encourage creative solutions and advance intercultural education among young people of the Euro-Mediterranean region to increase communication and build trust to motivate young people cross borders to take charge of the development of the Euro-Mediterranean region and recognize the benefits of working together across cultural boundaries as we share common goals and a common future.

The project's target group is young people from partner countries who are active and interested in the Euro-Mediterranean issues and have experience in education, youth work and creativity.

The project will take place from 1st of September 2016 to 31st of August 2017 in Estonia and Latvia (September 2016), Sweden (December 2016), Morocco (February 2017), Jordan (March 2017) and Egypt (April 2017). Estonian partner has taken on a leadership role, but the project is conceived as a full partnership between the ten countries.

The project includes a prep-meeting, three creative workshops, editorial meetings and other activities with the ultimate goal of developing EUROMED Education Without Borders toolkit and web resource. The project will end with an international conference in June, Tallinn, Estonia 2017 involving ALF management. Experts, representatives from European Commission, Union for the Mediterranean, Government and Embassy representatives will participate in the conference.

In the framework of the Anna Lindh Foundation funded project "Euro-Med: Education without Borders", preparatory partnership meetings were held in Tallinn, Estonia 22-24nd September 2016 at Sillamäe Society for Child Welfare and Riga, Latvia 24-26nd September at Radošās iniciatīvas centrs, while Munkebäcksgymnasiet, member of the Anna Lindh Foundation Swedish network, host the international participants for the first Creative Meeting in Göteborg, Sweden 8-10th December 2016