Network on WECHANGE
Our map shows all members, projects and events in the group „Civil society cooperation – EaP and Russia“ on WECHANGE. To search for potential partners and network with other participants of the programme in the past and present, login/register on WECHANGE and become a member of the group. There you can create a project as a profile for your organisation, search for partners, announce events and communicate with other projects and individuals inside the group.
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The project “Stadt im Dialog 3: P2P Learning’s Growth of Urban Activism in Small Russian Cities” addresses the importance of physical infrastructure, media infrastructure and economic infrastructure.
The main goal here is to provide the first step to a non-monopolised internet infrastructure for Civil Society. The clear goal of the project is advanced training in the field of Civic-Tech.
“Learn to Commemorate” is a transnational civil society project to develop materials and formats for Jewish remembrance work in Ukraine.
The project goal was to intensify the exchange of expertise and cooperation between Belarusian and German NGOs.
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.)