The blue envelope goes into the red envelope, Or how to organise elections Berlin-style
Barbara Anna Bernsmeier, EU-Russia Civil Society Forum It was in late March when conversations about “election workers” (so called Wahlhelfer*innen) first appeared within my circle of friends. And the word popped up more and more in the following months. The reason? The Berlin senate had announced that people signing up […]
Confronting Memories: Autumn School, Krzyzowa 2021
On 19-23 September 2021, a unique meeting took place as part of the project “Teaching History: See, Acknowledge & Respect” organised by the Confronting Memories programme of the EU-Russia Civil Society Forum (CSF). Around 20 teachers and non-formal educators from five countries – Germany, Poland, Belarus, Russia and Ukraine – […]
Elections in Russia 2021: An Agony of the Democratic Process
Download the Statement The Board of the EU-Russia Civil Society Forum is dismayed at the continuous degradation of the electoral process in Russia, as well as numerous cases of violations at the elections of various levels held on 17-19 September 2021. We demand from the Russian authorities and the Central […]
Vacancy Announcement – Intern for the Programmes Department
The EU-Russia Civil Society Forum e.V. (CSF) is looking for an intern who will be based at the CSF Secretariat in Berlin. The internship will last from 13 September until 10 December 2021. The CSF Secretariat is based in Berlin, Germany.
Vacancy Announcement – Advocacy Officer
The EU-Russia Civil Society Forum e.V. (CSF) is looking for an Advocacy Officer / Advocacy Consultant (AO) for its Secretariat (50% employment, 12 months). The initial appointment is from September 2021 through August 2022. The CSF Secretariat is based in Berlin, Germany.
Public Online Discussion “75 Years Since: ‘Blindspots’ in World War II History”
The EU-Russia Civil Society Forum and its history programme Confronting Memories, continues its series of discussions on World War II and ongoing socio-political debates on postwar memory- making. In this discussion, we shall look into three geographical ‘blindspots’ in WWII history – North Africa, the Middle East and South America – with topics that have not been discussed adequately.
Stop the Attack on Alexei Navalny’s Organisations! A Call for an Immediate Release of the Politician
The Board of the EU-Russia Civil Society Forum is, with great concern, monitoring the situation of the Anti-Corruption Foundation (ACF), the Citizens’ Rights Protection Foundation (CRPF), the legal entity of the ACF, and the Team Navalny Movement, as well as the leader of these initiatives – Russian politician Alexei Navalny.
Vacancy Announcement at the EU-Russia Civil Society Forum
EU-Russia Civil Society Forum e.V. (CSF) and its Programmes Department is looking for a Project Manager for its Secretariat (60% employment). The appointment is from 15 April or 1 May 2021 till 31 December 2021. The EU-Russia Civil Society Forum, founded in March 2011 and joined by 185 non- governmental organisations […]