1. To initiate, help develop and facilitate artistic, interdisciplinary and international projects with a societal and cultural impact. The foundation gives priority to projects that have at least one of the following topics: national and/or religious identity; migration and racism; religion and group dynamics; state power and sovereignty; sexual or gender (in)equality; social (in)equality, empathy and solidarity.
2. To stimulate and facilitate cultural mobility inside and outside Europe, particularly with regards to cultural and social projects exchanges in the Balkans, North Africa, Africa, East Asia and South America.
3. To reach beyond the art crowd and academic environment, based on the value that knowledge should be free and available for all, rather than rendered into a commodity reserved for those who can afford or control it. In doing so, the foundation wishes to ignite the belief that art has the ability to better the world.