Chair and Department of the History of Medical Sciences, Poznan University of Medical Sciences, Poland

We explore historical-medical aspects of multi-ethnic societies in Central Europe, especially Poland and Lithuania. There is an area of unique co-existence of Polish, German, (...)
We explore historical-medical aspects of multi-ethnic societies in Central Europe, especially Poland and Lithuania. There is an area of unique co-existence of Polish, German, Jewish, Lithuanian, Belarussian scholars, including doctors, botanists, pharmacists, and naturalists. Moreover, there is an area of dramatic tensions and stratification that generated important health and social problems.

goals

We are interested in close collaboration in partners with the same research interests to organize a conference and publish a monograph.
type: university
country: Poland
city: Poznań

contact

ul. Przybyszewskiego 37A
60-356 Poznań Poland
tel: +48 61 854 72 41/2
e-mail: wojtasz@ump.edu.pl
Contact: Doz. Anita Magowska
www.kzhnm.ump.edu.pl

Civic Academy Foundation - Sighet Memorial to the Victims of Communism

The Civic Academy Foundation came into being as a result of the Council of Europe’s suggestion to set up a foundation to create and administer the Sighet Memorial project, which (...)
The Civic Academy Foundation came into being as a result of the Council of Europe’s suggestion to set up a foundation to create and administer the Sighet Memorial project, which was adopted by the international forum. The Civic Academy Foundation was established on 21 April 1994 by Ana Blandiana, together with another one hundred and seventy-five founding members. Among its goals are civic education, youth education, a good knowledge of Romania’s past, and, to this end, the restoration of the contemporary Romanian history that was falsified during the period of the communist dictatorship. The main project is the Memorial to the Victims of Communism and to the Anticommunist Resistance. The Memorial to the Victims of Communism and to the Anticommunist Resistance established in 1993 founders: Ana Blandiana and Romulus Rusan The Sighet Memorial is organised and administered by the Civic Academy Foundation (the legal entity) The Memorial is made up of the Sighet Museum and the International Centre for Studies about Communism, based in Bucharest The Memorial to the Victims of Communism and to the Anticommunist Resistance was established in 1993 when the well-known Romanian writers Ana Blandiana and Romulus Rusan presented the project of such a Memorial to the Council of Europe who decided to take it under its aegis. A non-governmental organisation, the Civic Academy Foundation, founded in 1994 by personalities of the Romanian public life, assumed the development of the project. The Memorial is made up of the Museum – located in the former Stalinist political prison of Sighet – and the International Center for Studies about Communism – based in Bucharest. The Civic Academy Foundation is the legal entity, which organises and administrates the Memorial to the Victims of Communism and to the Anticommunist Resistance. The Sighet Memorial is a museum dedicated to the victims of the communist system and it also illustrates the attitude of those who resisted the communist system, both in Romania and in seven other countries that were satellites of the Soviet Union during the Cold War. The creation of the Sighet Museum was preceded and then supported by the activity of the International Centre for Studies about Communism. It gathered oral history testimonies, and, in parallel, documents, photographs of the former political prisoners from the communist period. Created in 1993 by Romulus Rusan, the Centre managed to renovate and fit out the Sighet Museum, and to gather the databank needed to fill it with realistic and credible materials. Steering Committee of the Civic Academy Foundation President: Ana Blandiana Vice-presidents: Lucia Hossu-Longin, Nicolae Noica, Romulus Rusan, Aurelian Triscu Members: Dinu Antonescu, Gheorghe Arvunescu †, Gheorghe Mihai Barlea, Mişu Carciog †, Sorin Ilieşiu, Traian Orban, Marius Smighelschi The Censors' Comitee: Iunian D. Zărnescu, Violeta Spiridonescu, Corneliu Apostol Stănescu Executive director: Ioana Boca The Scientific Board of the International Center for Studies about Communism: Thomas Blanton, N.S.Archives, George Washington University, Washington D.C. Vladimir Bukovski, Cambridge Stephane Courtois, C.N.R.S., Paris Dennis Deletant, London University Helmut Muller-Enbergs, the Gauck Office (the Federal Office for Study the STASI Archive), Berlin Pierre Hassner, Paris Acad. Şerban Papacostea, Bucharest Acad. Alexandru Zub, The Institute of History "A.D. Xenopol" Iaşi The Executive Board of the International Center for Studies about Communism Romulus Rusan, Director Virginia Ion, Scientific Secretary More information about the Memorial to the Victims of Communism and to the Anticommunist Resistence, www.memorialsighet.ro , www.communismvictims.info

country: Romania
city: Bucharest

contact

Calea Mosilor, no. 132, s. 2
Bucharest Romania
www.memorialsighet.ro

Collegium Carolinum e.V.

As an interdisciplinary academic association, the Collegium Carolinum brings together internationally renowned scholars engaged in the study of the past and present in the Czech (...)
As an interdisciplinary academic association, the Collegium Carolinum brings together internationally renowned scholars engaged in the study of the past and present in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and East Central Europe as a whole. The institute initiates and undertakes research projects on the history of the Bohemian lands and East Central Europe with a particular emphasis on comparative studies and questions relating to changes in the political system of a certain region. The primary focus is on the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and on themes ranging from the history of religion, memory, migration, regionalism, and federalism, to the history of the environment and infrastructure. The academic library overseen by the institute is home to Germany’s largest collection of specialist publications on Bohemia and the former Sudetenland (with over 153,000 titles). It is a reference library intended for on-site research (Hochstraße 8, 81669 Munich) with its own OPAC catalogue and a catalogue of periodicals.

goals

The institute initiates and undertakes research projects on the history of the Bohemian lands and East Central Europe with a particular emphasis on comparative studies and questions relating to changes in the political system of a certain region. The primary focus is on the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and on themes ranging from the history of religion, memory, migration, regionalism, and federalism, to the history of the environment and infrastructure.
type: research centre
country: Germany
city: München

contact

Hochstr. 8
81669 München Germany
tel: +49 / (0) 89 / 55 26 06 - 0
e-mail: post.cc@extern.lrz-muenchen.de
Contact: Collegium Carolinum e.V.
http://www.collegium-carolinum.de/en.html

Croatian Education and Development Network for the Evolution of Communication - HERMES

As an NGO that brings together people from different professional backgrounds, HERMES has the goal of using non-formal education methods to teach about history, promote human (...)
As an NGO that brings together people from different professional backgrounds, HERMES has the goal of using non-formal education methods to teach about history, promote human rights and engage with discrimination and prejudice in society. HERMES uses a number of non-formal education methods to teach people about human rights, history and various methods of promoting a civil society. Out mission is to promote communication, the free exchange of ides and critical thinking, active listening and radical empathy. We believe that understanding is the key to compassion and collaboration and therefore try to provide students with interesting ways of learning about the world they live in. Our activities include, but are not limited to: human rights and Holocaust education, the organization of seminars, rhetoric workshops, educational simulations of different legal procedures.

goals

The mission of HERMES is education for democratic citizenship, through developing and applying innovative (non-formal) educational programs with a view to promoting non-violent communication methods such as structured and critical thinking, active listening and radical empathy as conflict resolution/prevention tools.
type: educational
country: Croatia
city: Zagreb

contact

Baboniceva 52
10000 Zagreb Croatia
tel: 00385912506151
e-mail: hermes.communiaction@gmail.com
Contact: Tvrtko Pater
http://www.hermes-communiaction.hr/

Department of Geography, Tourism and Hotel Management, Faculty of Sciences

Department have six chairs. One of them is Chair of Social Geography and Teaching in Geography. Department have 800 students. Among other subjects our professors teaching: (...)
Department have six chairs. One of them is Chair of Social Geography and Teaching in Geography. Department have 800 students. Among other subjects our professors teaching: Political Geography, History of Geography, National History and Demography. Department have B.A., M.A., and PhD. studies.

goals

Teaching and scientific research with special emphasys on region of Central and Southeastern Europe.
type: university
country: Serbia
city: Novi Sad

contact

Trg Dositeja Obradovica 3
21000 Nov Novi Sad Serbia
tel: +381603560325
e-mail: chdr.novisad@gmail.com
Contact: Darko Gavrilovic, PhD.
www.dgt.uns.ac.rs

Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Cambridge

The Department of Politics and International Studies was established in 2009 to provide a \"new institutional focus at Cambridge for teaching and research on politics in all its (...)
The Department of Politics and International Studies was established in 2009 to provide a \"new institutional focus at Cambridge for teaching and research on politics in all its dimensions.\";Mr

country: United Kingdom
city: Cambridge

contact

Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road
CB3 9DT Cambridge United Kingdom
http://www.polis.cam.ac.uk/

Der Bundesbeauftragte für die Unterlagen des Staatssicherheitsdienstes der ehemaligen DDR (BStU)

The Office of the Federal Commissioner (BStU) preserves the records of the Ministry for State Security of the GDR in its archives and makes these available for various purposes to (...)
The Office of the Federal Commissioner (BStU) preserves the records of the Ministry for State Security of the GDR in its archives and makes these available for various purposes to private individuals, institutions and the public in accordance with strict legal regulations. In an internationally unique action, in 1989/90, in the course of the peaceful revolution against the Communist regime in East Germany, demonstrators occupied the administrative offices of the former Ministry for State Security of the GDR (MfS) and forced the dissolution of this apparatus of oppression. The revolutionary will of the citizens and the freely elected parliament of the GDR smoothed the way for the securing and controlled opening of the Stasi files. With German Unity on October 3, 1990, the office was founded. It was established by Joachim Gauck, was directed till 2011by Marianne Birthler and is currently directed by Roland Jahn. The BStU has the task of instructing the public on the structure, methods and mode of operation of the MfS. In doing so, it contributes to the historical, political, judicial and societal research on the SED dictatorship. It advances the public examination of totalitarian ideas and structures, in that it makes public questions on political research. The heart of the office is the archive with the Stasi legacy. It records the methods of the regime and the knowledge of the power of the former SED as the Communist official party of the GDR and of its secret police: files, index cards, films, audio documents, microfiche. It is one of the largest archives in Germany with a total of 111 km of files, more than 1,4 million photos and several videos, films and tape recordings. The internet site, BStU Online, gives an impression of the inventories, the work of the archivists and the condition of the records. At the end of 1991, the Stasi Records Act (StUG) provided the legal framework for the various forms of the inspection of files. Individuals, who were spied on by the Stasi, are given top priority; they can inspect their files to see how the MfS determined their fate. In addition to this, the BStU allows the examination of persons in elevated functions and offices. Scholars and journalists can also request access to the files for historic research. A great amount of work is required to be able to provide the Stasi records to individuals, offices and institutions. The file information area helps with the inquiry and prepares the files for release. Since the Stasi impacted the personal rights of people in an enormous way, the records – in contrast to normal archives – are handled in accordance with strict privacy policies and only released for certain purposes and according to the special regulations set out in the Stasi Record Law. Unfortunately, these complicated procedures lead time and again to significant waiting times for those filing applications, since there is still such a large demand. The Stasi Records Office not only releases files, but also does research on the history of the MfS itself and publishes files and research results in its own publications. It provides information on the most recent findings on the history of dictatorship in events, exhibitions and on the internet. The work of the BStU contributes to keeping alive the memory of the SED dictatorship, of its victims, and also of the opposition and resistance to the system. In this way, memory and information take the place of forgetting, silence and revisionism. The office of the BStU sees itself as a modern service institution that works transparently and for the people. Its headquarters is in Berlin and it has 12 outposts with their own archives in the former capitals of the sectors of the GDR. As a federal regulatory authority, the BStU is part of the area of operations of the Commissioner for Culture and Media (BKM).

country: Germany
city: Berlin

contact

Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 31/33
10178 Berlin Germany
http://www.bstu.bund.de

Deutsch-Polnische Fraueninitiative Berlin-Warschau

Der Verein fördert deutsch-polnische Kontakte und Begegnungen, insbesondere der deutschen und polnischen Frauenorganisationen
Der Verein fördert deutsch-polnische Kontakte und Begegnungen, insbesondere der deutschen und polnischen Frauenorganisationen

country: Germany

contact

Hessenring 16
12101 Germany
http://www.frauenini-berlin-warschau.de

Deutsch-Polnische Wissenschaftsstiftung / Polsko-Niemiecka Fundacja na Rzecz Nauki

The Foundation fosters research and international understanding by strengthening the cooperation in social sciences and the humanities between German and Polish scientists and (...)
The Foundation fosters research and international understanding by strengthening the cooperation in social sciences and the humanities between German and Polish scientists and students. It supports innovative projects in both countries and helps to develop new models of collaboration.

country: Germany

contact


Germany
www.dpws.de -- www.pnfn.pl

Deutsch-Russische Festtage e.V.

Our main mission is development and distribution of the Russian culture especially language abroad. History of 20th century is the main subject of our German Russian Festival in (...)
Our main mission is development and distribution of the Russian culture especially language abroad. History of 20th century is the main subject of our German Russian Festival in 2014. Father details you can see on our website: http://www.drf-berlin.de

country: Germany

contact


Germany
http://www.drf-berlin.de

Deutsch-Russisches Museum Berlin-Karlshorst

The German-Russian Museum is located at the historic site of the surrender of the German Armed Forces on 8 May 1945 in Berlin-Karlshorst. Nowadays it is a place where two former (...)
The German-Russian Museum is located at the historic site of the surrender of the German Armed Forces on 8 May 1945 in Berlin-Karlshorst. Nowadays it is a place where two former wartime enemies jointly recall some of their common history. The permanent exhibition documents this war from the perspective of both parties, German and Soviet. The territory occupied by the Wehrmacht was where the murder of European Jews began. But German warfare and occupation rule was also responsible for other crimes, like the mass death of Soviet prisoners of war in German custody or the planned starvation of millions of civilians. The consequences of World War II are also explored in the exhibition.

country: Germany
city: Berlin

contact

Zwieseler Strasse 4
10318 Berlin Germany
www.museum-karlshorst.de

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)

GIZ: (...)
GIZ: GIZ offers customised solutions to complex challenges. We are an experienced service provider and assist the German Government in achieving its objectives in the field of international cooperation. We offer demand-driven, tailor-made and effective services for sustainable development. GIZ AgenZ: AgenZ is an agency for political communication and strategic marketing. With more than 40 employees in Frankfurt and Berlin, our size enables us to handle complex projects around the globe in teams and through networks, but leaves us agile enough to avoid the trap of using one-size-fits-all project blueprints. AgenZ’s work focuses on designing and realising communication projects in a development-policy setting. We manage projects from start to finish, from the fledgling idea through to implementation, final evaluation and feedback. We see ourselves as networkers: thanks to our broad base of contacts in politics, business and civil society – the GIZ connection plays no small part in this – we can bring together and initiate links between different actors and themes. AgenZ is also an idea scout, actively seeking out new topics, designing new business models and advising political decision-makers on strategic issues. Our thematic remit is always international cooperation and the guiding principle of sustainable development our benchmark. Founded in 2001 as a unit of the former Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ), AgenZ evolved from GTZ’s Expo 2000 Office, which helped more than 100 developing nations and international organisations to showcase their country profiles at the Hanover-based World Expo exhibition in the year 2000. ;Diplom-Kul

country: Germany
city: Berlin

contact

Reichpietschufer 20
10785 Berlin Berlin Germany
www.giz.de / www.agenz.de

Deutsches Polen-Institut

The Deutsches Polen-Institut (German Institute of Polish Studies) in Darmstadt is a centre for research and information on Polish culture, history, politics, society and the (...)
The Deutsches Polen-Institut (German Institute of Polish Studies) in Darmstadt is a centre for research and information on Polish culture, history, politics, society and the German-Polish relationship. The work of the German Institute of Polish Studies contributes to the deepening of the mutual knowledge of the cultural, intellectual and social life of the Polish and German people. The goal of the Institute is to draw the attention of decision makers and advisers in politics, culture, education, administration, media and economy to the issues of Germany’s eastern neighbours by promoting practice-oriented projects and publishing books and papers on science, research and education. - Theory and practice The connection of science, research and practice with public scientific conventions and seminars, summer academies, grants, public workshops and private study groups is one of the basic fields of activity of the Institute. The Institute takes efforts to develop towards a centre of cooperation and networking for Polish Studies in Germany (see www.polenforschung.de). - Publications One of the main goals of the Institute is to publish exceptional written works of Polish culture, history, politics and society in order to make them better known among German readers. One example is the publication series “Thought and Knowledge” (Denken und Wissen) that includes important works of Polish philosophers, sociologists, political scientists and others still little known in Western Europe. - Cultural events Exhibitions, public readings, lectures, musical performances and panel discussions organised by the Institute contribute to the enrichment of the cultural life in the Rhine-Main-Area as well as in Berlin, Leipzig, Warsaw i. a. - Specialized library and archive The holdings of the Institute’s library consist of around 65,000 volumes, among them a unique collection of Polish literature and its German translations. This makes the Institute a highly appreciated place for research und scientific work The Institute was opened in March 1980 and founded by the city of Darmstadt, the German states of Hesse and Rhineland-Palatinate and by the Federal Republic of Germany. Since 1987 its work is financed by the ministers of education of the 16 German federal states as well, since 2011 by the Foreign Office also. Funds from private foundations and enterprises play an important role in financing the work of the Institute.

country: Germany
city: Darmstadt

contact

Mathildenhöhweg 2
D-64287 Darmstadt Germany
deutsches-polen-institut.de

Dialogue Centre of Upheavals, a branch of the National Museum in Szczecin

Dialogue Centre of Upheavals, a branch of the National Museum in Szczecin, is preparing a permanent state-of-the-art multimedia exposition, which will show the most important (...)
Dialogue Centre of Upheavals, a branch of the National Museum in Szczecin, is preparing a permanent state-of-the-art multimedia exposition, which will show the most important events in Szczecin and West Pomerania from 1939 to 1990. The events will be presented against the events in Poland and Europe. Dialogue Centre of Upheavals will be a space for debates, disputes, history lessons conducted by the witnesses of history, a place to promote the most modern history and the most important values, such as liberty or human rights. Dialogue Centre of Upheavals has been operating for the past few years and carries out various educational and promotional projects. The permanent exposition will be opened in September 2014.

country: Poland
city: Szczecin

contact

ul. Staromłyńska 27
Szczecin Poland
www.przelomy.muzeum.szczecin.pl

Dom Spotkań z Historią (History Meeting House/HMH)

The main focus of the History Meeting House (HMH) is the history of Central and Eastern Europe in the twentieth century. In HMH, history is presented through exhibitions, (...)
The main focus of the History Meeting House (HMH) is the history of Central and Eastern Europe in the twentieth century. In HMH, history is presented through exhibitions, discussions, meeting cycles devoted to the history of Warsaw, screenings of feature films and documentaries, educational workshops, book launches, seminars and conferences. Additionally, the HMH acts as a publishing house, with a wide selection of books concerning the history of the twentieth century available in its book-store. The Audiovisual Library collects eyewitness relations, digitises photographs, documents and films.

country: Poland
city: Warsaw

contact

Karowa 20
00-324 Warsaw Poland
www.dsh.waw.pl

Dom Spotkań z Historią / History Meeting House

Dom Spotkań z Historią (DSH) is a City of Warsaw cultural institution. We deal with the 20th Century history of Central and Eastern Europe. We organise exhibitions, debates, (...)
Dom Spotkań z Historią (DSH) is a City of Warsaw cultural institution. We deal with the 20th Century history of Central and Eastern Europe. We organise exhibitions, debates, discussion cycles dealing with the history of Warsaw, feature and documentary film shows, educational workshops, book launches, seminars and conferences. We are also involved in publishing and our bookshop contains a wide range of publications relating to the 20th Century. In our Media Library we gather and edit the accounts of people who were witnesses to history (Oral History Archives), and we digitalise photographs, documents and films. We present history through a variety of modern media forms; young artists and creators work in association with DSH, creating artistic installations, ‘happenings’, city-based activities and para-theatrical events. DSH portrays the most significant events of the 20th Century, its social history, interesting biographies and the extraordinary lives of ordinary people.

country: Poland
city: Warszawa

contact

ul. Karowa 20, 00-324 Warszawa
00-324 Warszawa Poland
www.dsh.waw.pl

Einstein Forum

Through lectures, workshops and conferences which are open to everyone, the Einstein Forum serves a double function: to give the general public the opportunity to engage with major (...)
Through lectures, workshops and conferences which are open to everyone, the Einstein Forum serves a double function: to give the general public the opportunity to engage with major thinkers at work, and to encourage those thinkers to overcome traditional academic boundaries. At their best, such exchanges not only make available opportunities traditionally confined to elite audiences, but also lead to a democratization of the intellectual process itself. The insight that intellectual development must become more multidisciplinary, international, and responsive to social questions is not new. Einstein was among those who called for such values in the beginning of the last century. Yet few frameworks exist to promote them. Academic achievement tends rather to reward mastery of specialized areas. This is understandable, for progress in both the sciences and the humanities depends on rigor, concentration, and divisions of labor. As a consequence, however, experimental thinking about questions of general interest is often left without institutional space and support. The Einstein Forum is a catalyst for the kind of wide-ranging, cross-disciplinary projects which are often demanded but seldom rewarded. Here new and provocative work can be tried out in an open, informal atmosphere. Some of the ideas presented here took further shape in one of the Einstein Forum\\\'s book series. Others served as the basis for working research groups. Conceived as a laboratory of the mind, the Einstein Forum is prepared to try many approaches to see what will bear fruit. The Einstein Forum is located at the crossroads of discussion in eastern and western Europe. Guests enjoy the quiet beauty of the loveliest 18th century square in Potsdam and the cultural riches of downtown Berlin. Operating expenses are provided by the State of Brandenburg, while individual programs and projects are supported by grants from public institutions and private sponsors. All contributions are tax-deductible. As an institution whose mission is to develop work on and between the borders of different fields, the Einstein Forum is not limited to particular research topics. It\\\'s program is divided into four general areas: ethics and society, the past as present, understanding nature, art and knowledge. The following pages present examples of lectures and workshops offered in the recent past. The Einstein Forum bears responsibility for the Einstein summer house at Caputh, a small secluded retreat near Potsdam where Albert Einstein received guests as varied as Max Planck and Rabindranath Tagore.;

country: Germany
city: Potsdam

contact

Am Neuen Markt 7
14667 Potsdam Germany
www.einsteinforum.de

Estonian Institute of Historical Memory

Estonian Institute of Historical Memory was established by President Toomas Hendrik Ilves in 2008 in order to provide the citizens of Estonia with a thorough and objective account (...)
Estonian Institute of Historical Memory was established by President Toomas Hendrik Ilves in 2008 in order to provide the citizens of Estonia with a thorough and objective account of the status of human rights during the Soviet occupation of Estonia.

country: Estonia
city: Tallinn

contact

Madara 14
10612 Tallinn Estonia
www.mnemosyne.ee

EuroDemos Youth Mobility NGO

EuroDemos Youth Mobility NGO (EDYM-NGO) is a non-profit, non-political, non-partisan and non-denominational organization which operates both locally and internationally with the (...)
EuroDemos Youth Mobility NGO (EDYM-NGO) is a non-profit, non-political, non-partisan and non-denominational organization which operates both locally and internationally with the objective of building bridges between Italy and the other countries all over Europe and the rest of the world in the field of both formal and non-formal education. EDYM-NGO has been founded 2 years ago by a group of high level experts in education and culture, international relations, partnership building, and training as an educational and professional path. The Association is fully committed to urge European youth to get motivated, to tailor their mobility on the basis of their needs and according to their expectations while learning and to create a snowball effect in educational matters on an experiential basis. The NGO is also involved in both promoting European values as the local ones on cultural, educational, scientific and economic level through the application and the development of innovative and participatory methodologies and tools, the promotion of projects and initiatives with the target of raising awareness of the European opportunities.

goals

We aim at contributing to the active involvement of the young people, the civil society and the related Stakeholders and Institutions at all levels (from local to European and international). Our objectives are: - To promote the youth growth and development by both non-formal and formal education; - To uphold Human Rights causes and debate about those humanitarian issues that affect or lives all over the world; - To facilitate and support mutual understanding and international dialogue (based on avoiding stereotypes and negative labels); - To spread the message of European diversity as the richness that defines our countries (“All different – All equals”); - To provide youth with resources for increasing, strengthening and refining their skills for the actual European and international job market (employability and entrepreneurship); - To address youth to the principles and experience of volunteering and building bridges for a better future and a more inclusive growth; - To motivate European citizens to take part into the democracy building process of a united Europe and its neighbors; - To “train the trainers” of tomorrow and provide youth leaders with the opportunities to tailor their career in the field of education; - To support healthy life-styles and well being linked with sports and eco-sustainable environment (mainly addressed to recycled economy system); - To extend youth development between Europe and the rest of the world as we truly believe in the positive impact of education; - To create and follow a mutual cooperation for educational matters with the Partners, the Universities and the Stakeholders linked and bonded with our NGO, and within our channels and local Federation.
type: educational
country: Italy
city: Reggio Calabria

contact

Via Santa Caterina d'Alessandria, 107/D
89122 Reggio Calabria Italy
tel: +393488107270
e-mail: edym.ngo@gmail.com
Contact: Ms Silvia Crocitta (CEO and Founder)
www.edym-ngo.org (at the moment is under constriction - will be on again on 3rd February 2016)

European Solidarity Centre

The European Solidarity Centre is a multifunctional institution combining scientific, cultural and educational activity with a modern museum and archive, documenting freedom (...)
The European Solidarity Centre is a multifunctional institution combining scientific, cultural and educational activity with a modern museum and archive, documenting freedom movements in the modern history of Poland and Europe.

country: Poland
city: Gdańsk

contact

ul. Doki 1
80-958 Gdańsk Poland
www.ecs.gda.pl

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