Webinar – “WE together for Ecological Transport!”
On 5 June, the World Environment Day takes place, and in this context the Hungarian NGO “Clean Air Action Group” organised a webinar entitled “WE together for Ecological Transport!“. The event was supported by the EU-Russia Civil Society Forum and was held as an anniversary event, acknowledging the Forum’s 10-year existence.
Online-conference “What is the price of national security?”
2 марта 2021 г. в 11.00 (МСК) в Zoom состоится онлайн-конференция “Какова цена национальной безопасности”.
“Citizens Science to Improve Air Quality”
The „Citizens Science to Improve Air Quality“ project aimed to raise awareness among parents about air quality in Budapest and St. Petersburg and to develop recommendations for implementing sustainable transport.
“Glocalisation for life-quality improvement in rural communities and small towns”
Russian-Latvian project “Glocalisation for life-quality improvement in rural communities and small towns” focused on the glocalisation methodology, its integration into community development processes in Russia and Latvia and its further dissemination in both countries.
“Siberia Without Torture” teaches digital security
From August to October 2020, “Siberia Without Torture” carried out activities to strengthen organisational resilience and create a safe space for promoting activist and human rights initiatives. 16 webinars were held with the involvement of experts in integrated security.
Refugees, Migrants and Coronavirus: A Massive Challenge
Internet in the Shadow of the State
500 Words on Brexit
Dekabristen in 2019
Can social entrepreneurs become the key players of civil society? How does volunteering contribute to regional development? What can be done to revitalise post-Soviet dormitory suburbs? How to combine activism and art? These topics were the focus of the Berlin organisation Dekabristen in 2019. Dekabristen e.V. is an association of […]
World AIDS Day: Helping Communities in Order to Help Everyone
Although HIV/AIDS affects the whole of society, it will be impossible to stop the epidemic without large-scale programmes for prevention, diagnosis and treatment for the key populations. Aleksey Lakhov, deputy director of the St. Petersburg charity foundation Humanitarian Action, writes about the current state of HIV prevention in Russia.