List of NGOs

Helsinki, Finland

Physicians for Social Responsibility

PSR’s mission is to raise awareness in the medical community on global ethical and social matters, and to promote safe livelihoods, equality and peace. The organization is non-partisan and independent of companies and any commercial entities that could endanger the professional integrity of physicians. PSR does not accept financial support from the medical or pharmaceutical industries. PSR is an affiliate of the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW) and a part of Health Action International (HAI). The central work of PSR consists of: development cooperation, peace promotion, and social responsibility in healthcare.
Brønshøj, Denmark

Association Denmark-Latvia

The objective of the Ngo Foreningen Danmark-Letland is to strengthen and develop friendships between people from Denmark and people from Latvia. It is done through: personal contacts, participation in international networks (One example is The Baltic Sea Network), participation in projects, propagation of art and culture of all kinds, publication of a magazine 4 times a year (see: http://www.danmark-letland.dk/)
København K, Denmark

Folkevirke

Folkevirke is the women's own cross-political movement of adult education. It was founded in 1944 by Bodil Koch, later minister of the church and minister of culture. The initiating point was the anger or indignation the Danish women felt after the general election in 1943 for our "FOLKETING", the Danish parliament, when only two out of the four female members were re-elected. Folkevirke has been known to bring what you would call "early warnings". Time and again a subject has been thoroughly treated in our circles and meetings, when the government sets up a campaign over the country dealing with just that issue! Right from the start our major principle has been to keep our courses cross-political, i.e. not representing any of the political parties. Also time is always set aside for discussions with the participants and lecturers, to help promoting genuine democracy. Folkevirke thinks it is important to democracy in Denmark, that everybody is heard - and that it is the argument that counts. "The word and not the sword". Folkevirke has since 1990 participated in international cooperation’s through EU-funded projects and Nordplus projects. The members of Folkevirke have a joint belief that it is important in the multi-cultural and globalized society of today to be active citizens focusing on making the values of the society visible to all. Folkevirke is the women's own cross-political movement of adult education. Folkevirke deals with subjects we find important: Environmental questions - new technologies including genetic technology - food-radiation - the challenge of migration and minorities - ethical questions - economics national level, questions arising up to the national referendum on the Maastricht treaty -literature - theatre - music - museums - art, especially women artists, and so forth. Right from the start our major principle has been to keep our courses cross-political, i.e. not representing any of the political parties. Also time is always set aside for discussions with the participants and lecturers, to help promoting genuine democracy Folkevirke has since the early 1990’s been involved in adult education at an international level – in projects in Nordplus and EU. For several project Folkevirke has been the coordinating organisation.
København K, Denmark

Folkevirke

Folkevirke is the women's own cross-political movement of adult education. It was founded in 1944 by Bodil Koch, later minister of the church and minister of culture. The initiating point was the anger or indignation the Danish women felt after the general election in 1943 for our "FOLKETING", the Danish parliament, when only two out of the four female members were re-elected. Folkevirke has been known to bring what you would call "early warnings". Time and again a subject has been thoroughly treated in our circles and meetings, when the government sets up a campaign over the country dealing with just that issue! Right from the start our major principle has been to keep our courses cross-political, i.e. not representing any of the political parties. Also time is always set aside for discussions with the participants and lecturers, to help promoting genuine democracy. Folkevirke thinks it is important to democracy in Denmark, that everybody is heard - and that it is the argument that counts. "The word and not the sword". Folkevirke has since 1990 participated in international cooperation’s through EU-funded projects and Nordplus projects. The members of Folkevirke have a joint belief that it is important in the multi-cultural and globalized society of today to be active citizens focusing on making the values of the society visible to all. Folkevirke is the women's own cross-political movement of adult education. Folkevirke deals with subjects we find important: Environmental questions - new technologies including genetic technology - food-radiation - the challenge of migration and minorities - ethical questions - economics national level, questions arising up to the national referendum on the Maastricht treaty -literature - theatre - music - museums - art, especially women artists, and so forth. Right from the start our major principle has been to keep our courses cross-political, i.e. not representing any of the political parties. Also time is always set aside for discussions with the participants and lecturers, to help promoting genuine democracy Folkevirke has since the early 1990’s been involved in adult education at an international level – in projects in Nordplus and EU. For several project Folkevirke has been the coordinating organisation.
Pskov, Russia

Contemporary Family

NGO "Contemporary Family" implements projects aimed at the improving of the life’s quality of Russian families and the whole society. We have strong capabilities in IT techologies (sites' bilding, softwear's development etc). As well we try to understand the current worlds trends in state family policy in applying to the situation in Russia. We think about the projects enlarging the democratic opportunities for Russian cictizens.
Svendborg, Denmark

Network for Ecological Education and Practice

"Network for Ecological Education and Practice" was founded on january 21st 1994, with the object to establish a foundation for information, exchange of experience and dialogue about initiatives in promoting a sustainable development in Denmark. This is done by informing about meetings, courses etc., and by establishing connections between projects and people. Eco-net is a member of the three umbrella organizations: “The Danish 92 Group – Forum for Sustainable Development” (25 Danish environment and development organizations), “Danish Adult Education Association” (34 national, adult education organizations) and CISU – Civil Society in Development (286 Danish development organizations)
Middelfart, Denmark

Interfolk - Institute for Civil Society

Interfolk, Institute for Civil Society is a Danish non-profit association and private research institute, founded in 2008. The aim is to promote humanistic and democratic learning capacities in a civil society context. The activities of Interfolk include research, surveys, development projects, courses, seminars, debate activities and other cultural activities - in a Danish, Nordic and European context. Interfolk’s main area of project activity is in adult education, arts and culture and promotion of the learning capacity in civil society contexts. Interfolk has since 2008 been coordinator for 4 Danish development projects, 8 Nordic projects supported by Nordplus Adult, Culture Point Nord as well as the Nordic Council of Ministers NGO programme for the Baltic Sea region and the open programme for cooperation with Russian NGOs; and 7 EU projects supported by the former Grundtvig programme and current Erasmus+ programme and the Creative Europe programme. All these Nordic and EU programme can to some extent include cooperation with Russian NGOs. Below three typical projects are presented.
village Oktyabrskiy, Russia

Local public organization of teachers named M. Ozhigov in Ustyany

Propaganda of the profession "Teacher". Search and promotion of gifted teachers and children. Legal assistance to citizens. Assistance in advancing the methodological work of teachers. Independent public expert assessment of methodological materials of teachers and participation in certification.
Pskov, Russia

Pskov Regional Public Organisation “Centre for Sustainable Development of Pskov Region”

CENTRE FOR THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF THE PSKOV REGION is a non-profit independent regional public organization based in Pskov, Russia. We undertake a wide range of programs designed to bring tangible improvement of the practice of sustainable development of Pskov Region. The Center co-operates also with different international organization, especially on the issues of trans-boundary cooperation. WHAT WE DO In pursuit of its mission, the Center focuses on following functions: 1. Acting as a informational resource on the practice of sustainable development: • Making existing work on the practice of the sustainable development accessible to practitioners; • Cooperating with network of Agenda 21 in Western and Eastern Europe; • Developing informational resources on the practice of sustainable development. 2. Providing policy and programs assistance to the Pskov region and local self-government bodies of power in supporting of sustainable development: • Informing of population about ecological situation and improvement of ecology, by realisation of the programs, projects and researches. • Increasing of an educational and cultural level, by realisation of the educational programs and projects. • Improving of a social climate, by realisation of the social programs in the area. • Providing monitoring and sociological researches on realisation of the rights of the citizens on reception of the complete and independent information. • Improvement of an economic situation and investment appeal, by realisation of economic researches and programs. 3. Encouraging youths to participate in public and political life of the region. In its work the Center directed to the number of activities in several areas: 1. Environmental Area: • Conducting of the informational projects to inform people of the region about very special ecological situation in the Pskov Area. • Organising special events to improve the current ecological situation. 2. Development of the Local Self-Government as the grass-root democratic institution • Conducting of the training seminars for the representatives of municipalities of the Pskov Region. • Consultation on the project development for the representatives of local authorities. 3. Educational projects • Conducting of the training seminars for the pupil ho participated in election companies. The Center is always open for cooperation and works basing on the principle of transparency. We invite to cooperation citizens of the Region, regional and local authorities, NGOs and international organizations. Our main goal is to help in arranging of the constructive dialog between people and power for better improvement of the Pskov Regional sustainable social-economical development.
village Nizhneye Chazhestrovo, Russia

Protection

We are in charity and volunteerism, culture and education and human rights.

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