The InterContexts partners believe that:
Local development and social cohesion can be only achieved with the participation of the inhabitants.
Civic and (inter)cultural education contribute to promote social cohesion and local development in disadvantaged local context.
Communication is a decisive factor for the development of any kind of social projects in disadvantaged areas and it is often one of the main deficits for the local development and the social cohesion.
By development we mean the way that a community, a neighbourhood, an area could better use its potential always with a view to social cohesion.
Cooperation between local community, development agents, local stakeholders and the administration is a prerequisite for a sustainable development.