Black snow caused by coal dust is a common phenomenon in Russia’s Far East. With the support of our art residency programme, Russian NGO Eco Defense and the Stop Coal campaign created an eye catching animation to highlight the issue.
Armenian Human Rights NGO Logos, with the support of the Prague Civil Society Centre, have developed an interactive travelling theatre production to inspire and empower women in rural Armenia to engage in the political process.
In Kyrgyzstan nearly half of all women are subject to violence with most instances going unpunished. Public Union Bishkek Feminist Initiatives launched a campaign to raise awareness and challenge the apathy of the authorities towards this issue.
Applications are now open for «Всёясно! 2018» a data visualisation workshop in Prague
In Kazakhstan, $140m of taxpayer’s money is spent every year on propaganda and media campaigns. With the help of the Prague Civil Society Centre’s visual story-telling scheme, activists were able to shine a light on how this money is spent.
Applications are now open for CitizenLab 2017, a three-day hackathon in Kyiv to explore tools to boost participation in digital activism.
A new campaign by Union Sapari, a Georgian Women’s organisation, successfully raises awareness of the issue of sexual harassment in Georgia.
Applications are now open for Switch 2017, our grants scheme to support tech-based solutions to social problems across Eastern Europe and Central Asia.
A new report from the Russian LGBT Network tells the stories of gay men who were arrested, tortured and then fled Chechnya amid the republic’s anti-LGBT purge.
The Prague Civil Society Centre organised a two-week summer school programme with the Kyiv School of Economics and leading activists, reformers and politicians to assess the state of post-Maidan reforms in Ukraine and what lessons can be learnt across the region.