Over the past two years, in our ViabilityNet 3.0 program, we have regularly met with staff from organizations that are similar to Via but operate in other CEE countries. The purpose of these meetings is to exchange experience and learn more about the contexts in which the participating organizations work. In June 2019, Via’s Executive Director Zdeněk Mihalco took a two-day trip to visit the Polish organization Szkola liderow.
Inspirace ze světa
Emilia Ciurchea is Alumni of the international program ViabilityNet 3.0. Few year ago she moved back to Romania and got involved in local Tara Fagarasului Community Foundation. Here is inspirational interview with her.Read More
The concept of community foundations is well known in Romania for many years. Emilia Ciurchea, Alumni of our international program ViabilityNet 3.0, is sharing her experience from the work in Tara Fagarasului Community Foundation in Romania. Read More
Ulla Pötsönen is an alumnus of Via’s international program, ViabilityNet 3.0. Although Ulla is originally from Finland, she has been living in the Czech Republic for some time. Back in Finland, she played a key role in making her local library in Joensuu more community oriented. We asked her how she did it. Read More
ViabilityNet 3.0 is a program that supports local community leaders in Central and Eastern Europe and their ideas. Participants take part in four meetings and four study visits over a one-year period. The program visited Bulgaria for the first time in the six-year history of the program. We were welcomed by ViabilityNet alumni. We took a look at several initiatives and even baked bread! Read More
Oksana Oliinyk is Alumni of the international program ViabilityNet 3.0. Few years ago she moved with her family from Kiev to small village Khrystanivka and wanted to live actively here as well. Here is inspirational interview with her.Read More