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EuropeLab 2018: Opening Minds and Memorials

EuropeLab 2018: Opening Minds and Memorials

For the third year running, WECHANGE is at EuropeLab, a forum for young professionals from the EU and Russia. Run by the organisation EU-Russia Civil Society Forum, EuropeLab always takes place in significant places of historical memory. This year, it is in the city...
Let’s stay connected

Let’s stay connected

Stay Connected was a three day event here in Berlin for civil society actors from Germany, Russia and the Eastern Partnership countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Republic of Moldova, Ukraine), funded by the Auswärtiges Amt (Federal Foreign Office)....
Let’s get down to (socially aware) business

Let’s get down to (socially aware) business

With all the necessary theoretical knowledge covered, it was time for UkraineLab participants to get out and about in Ivano-Frankivsk and get to grips with the practical sides of impact places. The partcipants once again split up into four workshops to focus on...
A Day of Theory with a Dash of Failure

A Day of Theory with a Dash of Failure

With grey skies and pretty much solid rain forecasted, it was a good day to be inside. Thankfully, UkraineLab planned the weather perfectly for a day of digging into theoretical questions behind impact places. Participants split up into four workshops to tackle some...
The Factory that Rocked

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

How to save Poland’s democracy

WECHANGE at EuropeLab 2017 in Gdansk Charlotte Bull and Enno Strudthoff WECHANGE was in attendance at EuropeLab 2017 in Gdansk, where Adam Bodnar, the Polish Commissioner for Human Rights, held the opening speech.  „These protests may change the future of Poland,“...