Democracy in Europe Movement 2025 Academy
Democracy in Europe Movement 2025 was the first pan-European workshop week for activists fighting for a fair, equal, and ambitious Europe.
Accessibility in Greece: The rights of people with Disabilities in Greece
In hopes of achieving full and equal involvement of persons with disabilities in policy and decision making, Senior Fellow Panourgias Papaioannou organized the event Accessibility in Greece: The rights of people with Disabilities in Greece.
Senior Fellow Esra Karakaya hosts an online talk show BlackRockTalk, discussing social phenomenas and global experiences from a youthful and intellectual perspective.
Learning Assistance for Warsaw’s Roma Children
Learning Assistance for Warsaw’s Roma Children gives Polish Roma children attending primary and secondary schools in Warsaw the opportunity to improve their knowledge level and learning skills through individual tutoring.
Memory Walk Sarajevo
Memory Walk was an educational 5- day film workshop with youth in Bosnia and Herzegovina to encourage a reflective and critical stance towards the war memorials.
with WINGS and ROOTS: The Miman Study Guide
with WINGS and ROOTS: The Miman Study Guide is a two part project, with discussion guides and video modules to accompany the 90-minute long documentary film regarding materials that convey complex issues in a comprehensible way and in filling a gap in the existing educational tools against Antiziganism.
ROMA – A Discussion of Diversity and the Treatment of Minorities
Senior Fellow Sahra Josephine Hjorth created ROMA – A Discussion of Diversity and the Treatment of Minorities, which is an online course that teaches about structural racism and contemporary discrimination of Roma people in Europe as well as about the dreams and expectations of Roma youth.
Pull the Brake Against Roma Discrimination
Pull the Brake Against Roma Discrimination is a large-scale awareness campaign that deals with on- and offline methods to combat Antiziganism in Europe.
The Optimist Project
By bringing together students from poor, urban, and rural communities, The Optimist project aims at creating a space to discuss, advocate, and implement equal access to elite institutions.
Recognizing What We See and Don't See: Bridging Communities through Nonviolent Communication and Storytelling
Senior Fellow Amy Hong created the "Bridging Communities" Project in order to enable individuals to initiate conversations in safe spaces and to relate emphatically to those they disagree with, this activates the dialogue and includes trainings on intercultural/nonviolent communication in France and the U.S.