Sukhumi, Gali, Zugdidi, Kutaisi, Gori, Rustavi, Tbilisi Almost a three-week study stay of two dozens of young people from the Czech Republic, Belarus, Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan scheduled a meeting with dozens of independent journalists to learn about the work of Abkhazian and Georgian NGOs, to meet the Georgian ombudsman or visit the Georgian region… » pokračování
On Friday 27 May 2016 we celebrated not only the release but the 40th birthday of Azerbaijani journalist Khadija Ismail. Similar celebrations were also held in 40 cities around the world under the Sport for Rights coalition. Rasul Jafarov, recently released prisoner also attended this event. Unfortunately six dozen people are still unjustly imprisoned, and… » pokračování
In TRI OCASCI CAFÉ on 26 May (Thursday) 2016 there was a meeting and a discussion with Rasul Jafarov, an Azerbaijani human rights activist and recently dismissed political prisoner.
In October 2015 NESEHNUTI hosted for 3 weeks 8 trainees from the South Caucasus. Program in Prague and Brno was designed to meet the needs of participants who are primarily engaged in protection of women’s rights, disability rights, environmental issues, protecting LGBT rights, minority rights and the development of independent journalism. Many meetings with NGOs,… » pokračování
From 12 to 25 June 2015, 13 NGO and independent media representatives from South Caucasus countries participated on a training in the Czech Republic, Slovak Republic and Poland. They learnt about SVOBODNA EVROPA /Radio Free Europe /, found out how to work with new media in the Czech Television, what assistance is provided by the… » pokračování
Together with People in Need, on June 12, 2015 (opening day of the European Games in Baku) we organised in Prague Happening to support of political prisoners in Azerbaijan. We support the Czech athletes, but we demand to release the local political prisoners!
NESEHNUTÍ together with the Georgian organisation Abkhazinterkont organised at the local state university a three day BarCamp. It was attended by eighty people from Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, the USA, Poland and Belarus. Various NGOs presented their work through parallel discussions, lectures, presentations, workshops and field trips. The topics dealt with the… » pokračování