We encourage the development of democracy in our society through workshops, conferences, exchanges and other educational activities. We offer internships for young leaders.
We publish methodological materials and consult NGOs and businesses with CSR programs about preparation of research papers, project proposals, publictions and methodological tools.
We offer a variety of social services for families and children at risk and encourage positive socialization through various cultural activities and prevention programmes.
The CAN-MDS is an innovative Surveillance System for child abuse and neglect incidents using a common methodology across countries and, critically, across different sectors, services and professional specialties within countries.
The Tolerance Project is an Arabic-Persian-English civic education effort aimed at promoting tolerance in the Middle East. They’ll be using social media to push out the open-access educational materials and spark civic dialogue.
Press on this link to read more about United Nations Democracy Fund in August: newsletter (.PDF)
Just before publishing this first InfoNet Newsletter in 2014 was made some improving changes to the Info Net website.
Prestigious Awards Honor Excellence in New Communications, Digital, Mobile, Social Media and ICT Developments
July 17, 2013 – The nonprofit Innovations in Civic Participation (ICP) released today the National 2012 Summer of Service (SOS) Program Evaluation Report. The SOS initiative engages economically disadvantaged middle school youth as community problem-solvers in six weeks of civic involvement, arts-based education, team-building recreation, and academic skill-building activities. School- and community-based summer enrichment providers in New York, New Mexico, North Carolina, South Carolina and Washington participated in the study which tracked the academic, social and civic development of nearly 400 yout
A new report by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) identifies the specific barriers and experiences of unequal treatment in accessing healthcare that people may face because of a combination of their traits (e.g. ethnic origin, gender, age and disability).
The Society for New Communications Research, a global nonprofit research and education foundation and think tank focused on the latest developments in new and emerging communications tools and technologies such as digital, social media, and mobile, and their effect on business, culture, and society, is now accepting applications for its 2013-2014 Fellows. The application deadline is Friday, January 11, 2013.