Strategy 2007-2017

Strategy for NPA SEE Civil Society and Media
Development Programme for the period 2007 – 2017
1.0. Background

The countries in the region of South East Europe are slowly recovering from years of war, disintegration and conflict. The wars following the break-up of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRJ) led to mass movements of people and resettlement along ethnic lines. The wars thus produced considerable demographic changes in the composition of the population in many countries and areas in SEE. This fact is still today a major obstacle to reconciliation and normalization of relationships between the peoples and states in the region, and it will be for many years to come. If not dealt with appropriately, this can be seeds for future conflicts. In addition, final status of some geographical and political entities in the region has not been completed. Future stability in the region depends on adequate, just and appropriate solutions to these questions. Читать дальше

Евроинтеграция и перспективы для Молдовы

ns4Сегодня мы можем с уверенностью утверждать, что наши отношения с Европейским союзом находятся в постоянном развитии, а повестка дня двустороннего диалога РМ – ЕС становится более амбициозной. В этом плане следует отметить принятие нашими европейскими партнерами политического решения о переговорах по новому Соглашению с Республикой Молдова, которое станет важным шагом в процессе евроинтеграции нашей страны и откроет новые перспективы кооперации с Евросоюзом. Читать дальше

Преодоление бедности

В связи с политическим, социально-экономическим переустройством общества, во всем мире и на территории Республики Молдова, наблюдается всеобщее и естественное стремление граждан к свободе, политической, экономической стабильности и независимости. Цель любого демократического государства это продвижение и реализация идей открытого общества. Читать дальше

Tools for a new world

A courageous Italian social reformer reflects on the universality of lessons taught by his own efforts to bring change to a violent and stagnant society.

By Danilo Dolci

Until the age of fifteen, I made no particular effort to learn anything. I lived in a middle-class family and went to school year after year, paying rather more attention to the subjects taught by teacher I liked and less to the rest. I adored music, enjoyed reading, and was delighted when it began to snow and equally delighted when the weather turned warm and I could go swimming. Читать дальше

Danilo Dolci

Danilo Dolci was born near Trieste, northern Italy 1927, son a devout Slav mother and a sceptical Italian father who worked for the railways and become a station –master.

Danilo originally studied architecture in Rome, Milan, Switzerland, and also trained as an engineer. As a student he published works on the science of construction and the theory of reinforced concrete.He was hailed as a man with a brillant future. Читать дальше

“Inventing the future” website

A courageous Italian social reformer reflects on the universality of lessons taught by his own efforts to bring change to a violent and stagnant society.

By Danilo Dolci

Until the age of fifteen, I made no particular effort to learn anything. I lived in a middle-class family and went to school year after year, paying rather more attention to the subjects taught by teacher I liked and less to the rest. I adored music, enjoyed reading, and was delighted when it began to snow and equally delighted when the weather turned warm and I could go swimming. Читать дальше

The tarrylown letter

Introduction

The proposed research will be based on a critical analysis of a participatory approach to working towards social change with groups of people. The particular approach to be studied is the ‘reciprocal maieutic approach’ (RMA) (Dolci, 1996) developed by the Italian activist, Danilo Dolci. Читать дальше