– Community debate clubs for dialogue –The aim of the programme is to create local debate clubs in the institutions involved (universities, secondary schools, community spaces and schools). The aim of the debate clubs is to empower young people, to support their local empowerment, to develop social skills and to change attitudes towards active citizenship. The activities of the Community Debate Clubs focus on identifying problems at local level and developing possible solutions. The project will involve young people not only in the capital but also in rural and even segregated areas, thus empowering young people living in these areas, making them aware of their rights and the potential of debate and dialogue. The project will also support the interaction of the debate clubs with each other, so that members can broaden their own perspectives on the issues and the dialogue and exchange of experiences will contribute to a more accepting and inclusive attitude. We plan to re-establish the creation and running of community discussion clubs as part of the DIA’s main profile. Partners with whom we are in the same boat: Balástyai Motiváció Tanoda, Deák Téri Evangélikus Gimnázium, DeViszont Közösségi Tér, ELTE PPK Tanár leszek! Hallgatói Műhely, Élmény Tár Tanoda, Igazgyöngy Alapítvány Toldi Tanoda, InDaHouse Hungary, KÖZ-Pont Ifjúsági Egyesület – Debrecen és Szolnok, Medgyessy Ferenc Gimnázium – Debrecen, Ráckevei Ady Endre Gimnázium, Szegedi Motiváció Tanoda.