WOMEN’S SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP FORUM. GERMANY – AZERBAIJAN – RUSSIA.
We invite to participate in the project “Women’s Forum of Social Entrepreneurship” female entrepreneurs, founders of NGOs, producers of social, cultural and educational projects from Germany, Russia and Azerbaijan, working in the following fields of activity:
• Social projects,
• Civil society,
• Women’s issues,
• Culture and art,
• Personal development.
The project consists of a series of online trainings on the development of ideas for international projects by the participants, as well as webinars and workshops on the following topics:
• Creation of business plans and business models,
• Development of financial and marketing plan,
• Rules for the presentation of the project,
• Operational project management,
• Communication in social networks
• Grants for non-commercial projects,
• Investments for Start Up.
As part of a series of trainings (July-August 2022), participants can choose one or more partners and develop ideas for joint international projects in mentor groups. The best ideas will be finalized into specific projects by the cooperation partners during a working meeting in the fall of 2022 (exact time and place to be confirmed) and presented at the final forum in Baku in January 2023. The most sustainable and implemented project will receive a development award of 1,000.00 euros, as well as the opportunity to find a potential investor within the framework of the forum.
Project organizers: Founder of the Women’s International Social Entrepreneurship Forum Mediaost Events und Kommunikation GmbH (www.mediaost.de), International Center for the Development of Women’s and Social Entrepreneurship VEIA (www.weia-world.com) and Azerbaijan Women’s Entrepreneurship Association (www.aqsia.az ). The project is supported by the German Foreign Ministry as part of the Eastern Partnership and Russia program.
Participation in the forum is free, including trainings, webinars and travel expenses of the participants.
TEENAGERS WILL MAKE A CARTOON ABOUT THE HERO OF RESISTANCE TO THE HOLOCAUST.
From June 23 to September 30, an international creative laboratory will be held online as part of a project to study European history and involve young people in the creative process on the topic “Jewish resistance in World War II”.
The project involves teenagers aged 13 to 19 with experience in creating animated films from Germany, Belarus and Russia. The result will be the creation of a cartoon about a teenager Jack Kagan, who participated in a unique episode in the history of Jewish resistance during World War II. Together with other prisoners of the labor camp in Novogrudok (Grodno region, Belarus), he managed to escape through the tunnel and join the partisan detachment of the Belsky brothers, who led the resistance movement against the Nazis.
The laboratory program includes a series of webinars with an in-depth immersion in the topic of the Holocaust. The project brought together not only enthusiasts who are fond of animation, history, cinema or fine arts, but also participants in international festivals and young artists. The premiere of the cartoon is scheduled for December 8, 2022, on the Day of Remembrance of the first mass execution of Jews in Novogrudok.
The project is organized by NGO KuBiPro e.V. (Berlin), MOBO “Dialogue” (Minsk), animation film studio “Enfis” (Minsk) and ANO “Resource Center for Social Initiatives” (Moscow) with the support of the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the framework of the program “Eastern Partnership and Russia”.
Workshop on the development of an online platform against domastic violence
From June 30th to July 5th 2021, a working meeting was held in St. Petersburg as part of an international project on development of an online platform against domestic violence. Twenty experts on combating domestic violence from Germany, Russia, Belarus and Ukraine developed the content for the online platform to help victims of domestic violence and to share the experiences of practitioners, which each of us can use in our work. The project was funded funded by the Federal Foreign Office of Germany within the programme “Eastern Partnership and Russia”.