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Project Celebrating solidarity aimed to explore, stimulate debate and advance solidarity as a crucial topic within European societies and was organized by Ana and Vlade Divac Foundation with  following project partners – RadioKit Foundation (Poland), DemNet (Hungary), Multi Kulti Collective (Bulgaria), MladiInfo International (Macedonia), Partners Albania (Albania) and Ana and Vlade Divac Foundation (Serbia). All those countries have long and turbulent history of facing crisis, both man-made (political, social, armed…

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Little school of solidarity

Little School of Solidarity

We have created an educational poster-comic book “Little School of Solidarity” with the aim of encouraging children, their educators and parents to positive values, solidarity and good behavior. This is a call for conversation with the children about kindness, care for others, and the ways in which the youngest can be involved in supporting old…

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International Human Solidarity Day 20 December

International Human Solidarity Day is: a day to celebrate our unity in diversity; a day to remind governments to respect their commitments to international agreements; a day to raise public awareness of the importance of solidarity; a day to encourage debate on the ways to promote solidarity for the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals…

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Conference „Solidarity in the time of crisis”

September 26th, Dorcol Platz, Belgrade. The conference about solidarity is the final part of the project “Celebrating Solidarity” which Ana and Vlade Divac Foundation implemented during 2016. and 2017. with partners from 5 countries with the support of the European Union’s „Europe for Citizens Programme“. Participants at the conference had an opportunity to listen the…

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Solidarity Talk in Tirana

On June 16th 2017, Partners Albania organized a”Solidarity Talk“, at the EU Info Centre in Tirana. The discussion took place in the framework of the Solidarity Festival, a series of activities aimed at promoting good examples of solidarity across generations. During the discussion, participants and panelists, representatives of civil society, media, business and the public sector, shared…

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Media event in Budapest

DemNet organized a media event in Szimpla Kert, Budapest on May 13, promoting the website Museum of Solidarity and the project Celebrating Solidarity. The event started with introducing the video shooting workshop that has just finished an hour before. The crew entered the venue with the ‘street provocateur’ Luca László still wearing the sign ‘Don’t…

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Promotion workshop in Budapest

Partners in the project Celebrating Solidarity met in Budapest in June (12-13) for a promotion meeting and workshop. The event was aiming to coordinate the finalizing of stories on Museum of Solidarity the development of the web portal Museum of Solidarity the launch of Museum of Solidarity promotion of Museum of Solidarity in all countries…

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Solidarity Festival in Skopje

Our Solidarity Festival definitely managed to revive Skopje’s urban living, by skillfully combining the concepts of art, education and solidarity. The first day of the Festival went great. An impressive number of people came to see our photo exhibition titled “Celebrating Solidarity!”. The twenty best photos from the photo competition were presented, while the three…

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Media coverage on the Festival of Solidarity in Sofia

Our Festival of Solidarity in Sofia, organized by MultiKulti Collective received an immense media attention. The festival was covered on national talavision, national radio, Darik Radio, BiT, Bulgaria On Air and more. See a selection of the significant coverage here.


Video message from Sofia

A message of solidarity from the Фестивал на солидарността / Solidarity Festival in Sofia and a little warm up of the upcoming Museum of Solidarity. The Festival of Solidarity was organized in Sofia in the project Celebrating Solidarity, supported by the Europe for Citizens Program of the European Union.

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