#Corona-Lockdown: Our tips and top 5 tools for successful online meetings
During the #coronavirus #homeoffice time, teams need more than ever reliable channels for online communication. This not only concerns companies, but also associations, initiatives, parent groups and school classes. But already the first days in a state of emergency...
Networking Conference 2019 Civil Society 4.0
With this conference WECHANGE eG wants to connect civil society actors from Germany, Russia and the countries of the Eastern Partnership (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine) and provide a space for exchange, networking and issue-based...
As part of the Federal Foreign Office programme “Expanding Cooperation with Civil Society in the Eastern Partnership Countries and Russia”, WECHANGE organised a forum for the organisers of impact spaces in Germany and Ukraine from 22-24 November 2018 in Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine. Read more about the event here.
WECHANGE Conference ‘Civil Society – ready for the future?’
At the start of November, the first WECHANGE conference for representatives of civil society from Eastern Partnership countries, Germany and Russia took place in Berlin.
WECHANGE – The Lowdown
Ever had a question you wanted to ask Wechange? This is your ultimate guide that originally appeared on Green Net Project.
Let’s stay connected
WECHANGE was at Stay Connected, a three day event for civil society actors across the Eastern Partnership. Read about our impressions here.
Let’s get down to (socially aware) business
Is coworking dead? This and other questions here from Day 3 of UkraineLab.
A Day of Theory with a Dash of Failure
It was time to get serious on day 2 of UkraineLab. Read more about Wechange’s insights from the day here.
The Factory that Rocked
WECHANGE has the pleasure of being at UkraineLab 2017, a forum for Ukrainian civil society, which is taking place this time in Ivano-Frankivsk. Read about our impressions of the first day of the forum here. Walking past the Promprylad factory, you might not suspect...
How to save Poland’s democracy
“These protests may change the future of Poland,” says Adam Bodnar. the Polish High Commissioner for Human rights.