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The Dubrovnik Foreign Circle is giving the city an international voice

By  Feb 19, 2016

Dubrovnik has always been an international city. Apart from the millions of foreign tourists who visit Dubrovnik every year, the region is also a magnet for people looking for a lifestyle change. In 2009 the Dubrovnik Foreign Circle (DFC), a non-governmental organisation, was registered and, whilst it started as a place for foreigners living in Dubrovnik to meet, it quickly became an important contributor to the city. The circle is an international group of people who live in the Dubrovnik area full or part time. The organisation represents all foreigners residing in Dubrovnik, irrespective of their country of origin, religion, or ethnicity.

“The organisation tries to assist the community by providing services that contribute to the health and vitality of the greater Dubrovnik Region. We provide friendship and understanding between our members and the local community by organising cultural and social events,” commented the President of the Dubrovnik Foreign Circle, Christiane Mandukich. She added that DFC aims to create a meaningful dialog regarding the integration of foreigners into the Croatian society. And that they enjoy many Croatian/local friends as well as many local sponsors.

The Dubrovnik Foreign Circle offers its members many social events: an annual all day visit to one of the DFC members’ home on Kolocep; monthly DFC luncheons in town; special interest groups such as Croatian language lessons; a very successful International Christmas Party and an International Lending Library in the Grand Hotel Park. However the social side of the circle is only one strand of their overall work inside the Dubrovnik society. “DFC is very proud of its successful fundraising activities for the benefit of its community projects over the past five years. We have raised a net amount of 191,000 Kuna to benefit local children in need and the Dubrovnik Hospital’s Children Ward among other beneficiaries,” concluded Mandukich.

With members from dozens of countries and a busy calendar of social events and humanitarian work, the Dubrovnik Foreign Circle can look forward to a bright future and a growing membership.

If you are interested in joining the Dubrovnik Foreign Circle you can contact them via their website - dubrovnikforeigncircle.com

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