List of NGOs

Helsinki, Finland

Finland-Russia Society, Regional Association of Southern Finland

Finland – Russia Society is the independent non-party organization which functions in Finland since 1944. The aim of the society is to facilitate the development of co-operation and contacts in different fields between Finland and Russia. Finland – Russia Society unites people with different interests: the ones interested in the Russian language and culture, the ones whose work is connected to Russia and the ones interested in the culture of Finno-Urgic folks on the territory of Russia. At present “Finland – Russia” society counts up to 16 000 members. There are about 200 initial organizations of the society working in Finland. Its members voluntarily study the Russian language, tour around the country, organize concerts, friendship evenings, evenings devoted to special occasions, lectures, gather the humanitarian help etc. The society takes an active part in the development of co-operation with Russia and Nordic countries and European Union within the Baltic and Barents Sea region projects. The society also takes an active part in establishment of the network for cooperation of civil organizations.
Ølsted, Denmark

supportgroup for Rite Folkhighschool, Latvia

The supportgroup in Denmark supports a folkhighschool in Latvia. The school is based on the ideas of Grundtvig. We make courses for older people in handicraft, for children in the summer and different kinds of art courses. We have a building in Latvia where 30 people can sleep and have the activities.
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 citizens. As well we were involved into intense exhibition activities (theme: families & different nationalities). Nowdays we are preparing photo exhibition "Family: work & world". Combining our exhibition skills and enthusiasm for liberal and democratic principles, history, we described (on our website) the project of the museum in Pskov, which would tell about the modern essence and advantages of democratic governance with the involvement of the historical heritage of the Novgorod-Pskov Republic and the Hanseatic Union. We also develop the topic of gender equality on our website.
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)
Arkhangelsk, Russia

Centre "Garant"

We develop the Civil society in Russia. Centre "Garant" is a non-governemental charity organisation, created by the active people more than 20 years ago. Centre "Garant" is: - a resource centre for NGOs; - a Community Foundation for social projects; - Centre for development of volunteering of active people; - a centre for development of youth's leaderships; - a centre of international NGOs' cooperation. Our capital is 10 professional employees and more than 50 experts and partners from different regions of Russia. We implented more than 100 local, national and international projects. We are recognized as experts on the local and international levels.
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 and exchange 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 the civil society sector. Interfolk has since 2008 been coordinator for 4 Danish development projects, 11 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 12 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.
Pechory, Russia

Center of Support and Development of Entrepreneurship in Samara

Support and development of NGOs, support of people with disabilities, development of local communities, ecology and sustainable development of territories, sports, tourism.
Pskov, Russia

Young Technician

Lessons on educational robotics, the basics of programming, etc. For children, young people and adults. Organization and participation in competitions in robotics. Organisation of master classes for children and teachers.
Velsk, Russia

Extreme in Velsk

Organization and holding of sports events, sports shows, events aimed at the prevention of violations in the youth environment.
village Krasnoborsk, Russia

SUCCES

NGO is engaged in project activities, participates in contests.

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