AHEAD webinar

Recording AHEAD webinar on participatory consensus building to tackle medical deserts How can participatory consensus building contribute to effective collaboration on policy options to tackle medical deserts? During our webinar on January 27th, the partners of the Action for Health and Equity: Addressing medical Deserts (AHEAD), including Wemos, shared their Continue Reading →

AHEAD – Medical Deserts Diagnostic Tool

The AHEAD consortium aims to support national and local level decision makers in their decisions for health workforce reforms, by providing data and information about the level and nature of ‘medical desertification’ in their area.  One of the outputs of the AHEAD project is an interactive mapping tool that visualises, Continue Reading →

Danube, countries, people, history, media…

Matthias Huber, Austria Participants about Danibe4Peace It was a great opportunity to learn things about people, history, other countries and media. It was a unique time, which I am very thankful for. I met a lot of nice people and am very thankful for this experience! Still not late to Continue Reading →

We are the boat

We are the boat – Roland Ferge, photo series or Participants about Danibe4Peace Series! This photo series based on different people from different countries. All photos made in different places during a journey from Vienna to Belgrade in 2015 as part of the Danube Peace Boat Project. Despite all differences, Continue Reading →

Who is Altair?

Altair Cerda I don’t remember the first moment when I held a camera, but being the son of a photographer it certainly was at an early age. Judging by the pictures made, I was fairly good at it. When I was ten I started doing animated films with a good Continue Reading →

Commitment for the Future

Commitment for the Future Calling YOU! Join us! Empower Youth: Preparing young people to solve the world’s greatest challenges is necessary to achieve the UN Agenda 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. The ”Commitment for the Future” brings together different perspectives and approaches in values-based education to provide a forum to examine Continue Reading →

MIL Cities around the World

What are MIL Cities?  Cities around the world have benefitted hugely from the digital revolution. Information about transportation, health care, entertainment, news, the private sector, civil society, and the government has increased efficiency, opened up new economic, social and cultural possibilities, reduced pollution, and enhanced transparency and participation. A growing Continue Reading →

International Youth Day

Youth need safe spaces where they can come together, engage in activities related to their diverse needs and interests, participate in decision-making processes and freely express themselves. While there are many types of spaces, safe spaces ensure the dignity and safety of youth.  Safe spaces such as civic spaces enable Continue Reading →

The Danube Peace Boat 2018-2022

“We cannot always build the future for our youth, but we can build our youth for the future.” Franklin D. Roosevelt, from Great Speeches The Danube Peace Boat Platform can be a tool for sustainable development, inclusion, reconciliation and peace, intercultural and interfaith dialogue and understanding. Four years ago, MEC Continue Reading →

Highlights

Highlights: Unity in Diversity – World Civil Society, Serbia Launch, 25-27 July 2017 By Mr Peter Pece Gorgievski and Mr Miomir Rajcevic The Danube Peace Boat and Unity in Diversity-World Civil Society Serbia event opened in the city of Novi Sad – the third largest city next to Belgrade, the Continue Reading →