On Wednesday, March 20, the next seminar of the project “Football fan culture in an open society” starts in Berlin. Visiting project coordinators, Peter Lisegang and Ingo Petz, there will be 17 football fans, journalists and employees of football organizations who will get to know the activities of social and pedagogical fan projects in Germany, as well as learn about police work during football games and try to figure out why do we need a fan representative ("der Fanbeauftragte").
Read more … New Seminar: Footbal Fan-Culture in Open Society
February 13, within the INKuLtur project in the library am Luisenbad in Berlin, took place a discussion of German and Russian experts.
Read more … Panel Discussion INKuLtur in Berlin: Accessibility and Inclusion in Cultural Organisations
As a reaction to the phenomenon of hate speech spread in online, young people from Romania and Germany claim together: Log out Hate Speech! Sign in Love!
Read more … German Romanian Youth Exchange: Like Share Diversity! Log out Hate Speech!
Georgia for the first time has elected a woman as head of state - Georgian youth in the framework of the U-18 also elects!
14.000 children and young people - twice as many as in 2017 - cast their votes in the elections, which turned out to be possible in the framework of the DRA project "Move on together!".
Read more … Georgia elects!
On 2-9 December the DRA organized a study trip to Berlin and Brandenburg on the issue "Modern educational spaces in youth education inside and outside of schools" for 14 teachers and heads of educational institutions from Moscow. The participants visited schools, kindergartens, universities and organizations.
Read more … Modern educational spaces in youth education inside and outside of schools
November 19-20 as part of DRA-Project "INKuLtur" in Ekaterinburg took place the first seminar „Arrangement of inclusive structures in cultural institutions“. The objective of the seminar is to develop an idea of possibilities for implementation, realization and advent of the iclusive projects and programs in cultural institutions.
Read more … INKuLtur: Arrangement of inclusive structures in cultural institutions
On the 26/27 November in Berlin took place the seminar "In Search of Lost Universalism" of the Moscow School for Civil Education. There was a panel with Barbara von Freytag (Prague Civil Society Center), Elena Zhemkova (Memorial, Moscow), Stefan Melle (DRA, Berlin), Ambassador O'Donnell (Dublin) under the Motto "The future is Now".
Read more … Seminar: In Search of Lost Universalism
On November 22-23, a conference was held in Sofia to prepare further work on "Transition Dialogue" - a cooperation between Sofia Platform and DRA with the support of the Federal Agency for Civic Education (bpb).
Read more … International Conference: The Generation of Transition in Eastern Europe
What does “inclusion” mean in museums, how are cultural workers and volunteers trained to work with people with disabilities, how can a general understanding of “inclusion” and “accessibility” be achieved? These and other issues were discussed by employees of museums, cultural organizations and projects at the round table "Inclusive practices in museums".
Read more … Round table: Inclusive practices in museums
The capital of Kyrgyzstan has a serious problem with air pollution, especially caused by polluting urban traffic. What exactly environmental organisations can and should do with who, when and how - this was the subject of two meetings between DRA and the Kyrgyz environmental organization MoveGreen - МувГрин.
Read more … DRA plans projects to improve air quality in Bishkek with Kyrgyz partners