Project "Open Communities – Open Media"

GSI logoThe Gustav-Stresemann-Institut e.V. (GSI) - GSI European Academy Bonn was founded and started its activities in 1959.

Its history began in 1951 with the foundation of the European Movements’ International Youth Secretariat aiming to encourage European youth to actively take part in the building of a demo-cratic and peaceful continent. National Secretariats in all democratic states of Western Europe were established.

In 1959 the German Secretariat became an independent institute for trans-national training and European co-operation. The new Institute was named after Gustav Stresemann, honouring the achievements of that Peace Nobel Laureate (1926, together with his French colleague Aristide Briand).

«Resource Center for Elderly» Public Association (hereinafter referred to as «RCE» PA) is a Public Association established in the year 1991 to solve the problems of older generation in the Kyrgyz Republic.

What do we do?

From the moment of its creation, the activity of the « RCE» PA is aimed at promoting the interests and solving the problems of the older generation and other disadvantaged groups of population.

Our mission is to contribute to the creation of a favorable environment aimed at protecting the interests of senior citizens, improving quality of their life, promoting citizen initiatives, as well as a fair state policy for older generation of Kyrgyzstan.

Many projects organised by Non-Governmental-Organisations (NGOs) begin with good ideas and much enthusiasm and achieve successful results.

Project definition and implementation, however, often lack professional scope and efficiency. Pro NGO! has been working to overcome this since 1998.

Pro NGO! aims to improve the overall performance of NGO activities by combining their initiatives with the expertise of business professionals.

We believe, that the key to good project work is a multidisciplinary team consisting of experts from diverse fields.

The Public Foundation "Generation 21" was established in 2011. The main activity of the fund is to create social stories and investigative journalism.

In 2011-2012, with the support of the SOROS-KYRGYZSTAN FUND, a series of 12 serial video pieces was created, dedicated to orphans

In 2012, the Director of the Generation XXI Foundation became a laureate of the film festival “Bir Duino Kyrgyzstan 2012” “Ramps for the Disabled” (authors Azizbek Dzhanaliev and Bolot Satarkulov, 10 min, 2012)

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