About the Programme
The German Government is funding cooperations with partner organizations from the civil society in the Eastern partnership countries and Russia. The goal is to establish permanent cooperation between civil-society actors and pursue one of the following additional goals:
- Strengthening pluralism
- Promoting the discussion of values
- Opening up prospects for the future
- Fostering dialogue and understanding
This website is run by WECHANGE (the offical project partner) and guides through the application process, connects potential partners and gives assistance in practical questions around the project management, like visa regulations, financial calculations and how to deal with bureaucratic requirements. In particular we organize a conference (16.–20.6.) to bring together potential partners.
The local charitable foundation “Brest Fortress Development Foundation” was established on September, 19, 2013 in order to facilitate the study, promotion and development of the Brest-Litovsk Fortress site for socio-cultural purposes.
The Dialogue of capitals in Moscow (2017) and Berlin (2018) was a part of a long-term youth project that was initiated by the alumni association of the German-Russian-Youth-Parliament (DRJUG e.V.)
Young Ukrainians are dealing with a common topic of the anniversary of the fall of the Berlin wall at four media tool kits in Uschhorod, Mykolajiw, Dnipro und Lwiw.
“Our Cities, Our Future: All Politics is Local” Forum 2019 Key Topic: A phrase from US politics in the 1980s – “all politics is local” – is just as relevant in Ukraine today as it was in America back then. Cities are a driving force of economic prosperity and political progress, vital centres of democracy, and a focus of both social tension and community cohesion. Kyiv is a global city with an ancient heritage, and many modern challenges. Ukraine’s decentralisation,…Find out more »
Find more events regarding the partnership programme here.