Center for Intercultural Dialogue (CID) is a civil society organization working to promote intercultural acceptance and active citizenship through capacity building processes, non-formal education and youth work provision. Our mission is to ensure sustainable community development by creating opportunities for quality engagement of civil society, advancing learning opportunities, and active involvement of young people and other citizens.

  • Name game: Hello. I’m Lilly and I like lollypops!
  • Human knot: Try to untagle!
  • Charades: act out a word or phrase and have others guess what it is.
  • Simon says: jump up and down!
  • Group juggling: We are adding more!
  • Group artwork: joining the pieces together to get the final picture.
  • Red light, green light: If you move, you go back to the starting point.
  • Treasure hunt: Find the materials and build the tallest tower!
  • Minefield: find your way and pass through. Faster! You only have 10 minutes!
  • The last standing boat: build a boat from recycled materials and win.
  • Conductor: repeat and figure out who is the conductor!
  • Psychologist: What color is your hair? What kind of sneakers do you wear? Is your shirt white? What’s your diagnosis?


The citizen association CRA NOVUS from Strumica is a voluntary, non-profit, citizen organization formed in 2013. We work in the youth field, informal education, human rights, socio-economic development of the community, as well as promoting accountable and transparent work of the institutions.

  • Public debate with KRIK: Why is it important to volunteer at festivals?

Including the thoughts and perspective of young people on the subject. Promoting and strengthening volunteerism and giving incentives to young people on this topic.

  • Strengthening creativity among young people, and also learning new skills for dealing with today’s digital world and achieving changes within it.
  • To inspire the participants to find their passion, and also to share new skills with the other participants.
  • In a fun way, the participants will have the opportunity to get to know each other better, and to strengthen their competitive spirit as well as their ability to work in teams.
  • Strengthening critical thinking among young people by processing current topics in today’s unusual and creative way, where they will have the opportunity to put themselves in the shoes of another character.
  • Summarizing the overall impressions of the festival participants through one word / moral / sentence / emoji, which will be presented on a big screen.


With united forces, the youth organizations HERA youth and Ekvalis will enrich the PloshtArt zone with a special creative corner that takes care of the safety of everyone at the D Festival. In this corner, it is certain that you will feel comfortable and completely relaxed. From a space to create art, to have informative talks or a place to stop for a moment between concerts, where everyone will be able to engage with the attractive content and learn more about their activities on sexual and reproductive health, youth activism, gender and LGBTI+ equality.

  • Fanzines* allow us to do just that. We dedicate the first day of the festival to a workshop that will promote your and our common ideas, messages and works of art.
  • Come to FLINTA* speed dating in the corner of #HERAmladi and Equalis and meet your future love (or best friend). We have prepared fun content for you that we hope will contribute to even more fun memories.
  • Come to our doctor’s office for mind, spirit and body! The team of #HERAmladi and Equalis prepared three fun activities facilitated by our volunteers, peer educators and artists.
  • *Exhibition “Queer Love, Heritage and Resistance” – The exhibition is an attempt to show the love of queer people outside the 4 walls of their homes, that is, where they are often told to keep their relationships, families, lives and identities.
  • Three-day group activity – Open to all visitors throughout the festival weekend, it will be our canvas that we invite you to fill with color and colorfulness.
  • We’re recording #seksimaalo straight from D-Festival – We’re here to hear your stories of broken hearts, love, green and red flags and breakups that we’ll share in the new episode of #seximaalo!
  • Debate: A future without young people – there is someone to send off, there is no one to welcome back! – The speakers would be youth activists, students, young people who have the desire to move out or have returned from studies and life outside the country.


In Macedonian, the word “KRIK” means “scream”, or “indignation” and the inspiration behind it lies in the vision of this organization – for the voice of the youth to be heard and authorized to make changes and contributions in the frame of their society. KRIK tends to encourage a larger participation and activism of the youth, as well as to motivate them to be included in the process of creating renewed politics on a local and national level. 


Mladite Možat (Youth Can) is an association of citizens formed by youth for youth and has been active for more than 10 years with more than 1000 young people directly involved in projects, programs, events and activities and more than 20 active members who contribute daily to the growth and success of the organization and with and in making positive changes for our youth and our community.