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War in Ukraine
Our offer to support Ukraine:
Every day at 10am CET we have an open Zoom call to match people who need help with offers of help from Germany and the EU.
Please send us a short e-mail if you would like to take part: ed.eom-evitaitini%40dnatsrov
Due to our long-standing connections through various projects supporting civil society in Central and Eastern Europe, we have very direct and trustworthy contacts which we are happy to share.
If you want to support the general support for Ukraine financially, we recommend the donation appeal of our partner organisation MitOst e.V.:
The Initiative Mittel- und Osteuropa e.V. (InMOE) is an international non-profit network that strengthens, unites, and inspires young civil society actors to effect positive change in their communities. Since 2008, we have conducted trainings, forums, and other events that empower individuals and foster international partnerships. Headquartered in Berlin, Germany, we connect around 30 diverse member organizations from Belarus, the Czech Republic, Germany, Moldova, Poland, Romania, and Ukraine.
InMOE is a Berlin based NGO with the focus on Eastern and Central Europe consisting of natural and juridical members from Germany, Belarus, Moldova, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Poland and Romania.
The heart of InMOE is a value-based community organized by and for its members, allumni and partners of diverse backgrounds with shared interest for development of civil society in Central and Eastern Europe through local activities.
InMOE creates/provides space and opportunities for meaningful intercultural exchanges and encounters, value-based network in order to empower people to take action and bring change towards civil society
We support the development of young civil society initiatives in the following spheres:
Arts & Culture
Human Rights & Diversity
Environmental & Sustainability
Otari is currently the first chairperson of InMOE. He work as a software developer and test automation engineer. Otari wants to empower young activites by giving them practical IT Know-How and coding skills to tackle social problems and corruption.Otari will teach the participants how to create landing pages for their projects.
Timo holds a Bachelor degree in European Studies with a social science orientation and the geographical focus on Central- and Eastern Europe. At the moment he is studying social work.
Besides his interests in civil society development in Central- and Eastern Europe and Russia, Timo is passionate about communication, personal development and understanding societal conditions of social exclusion and discrimination and it´s consequences on the personality.
In addition to his two years with InMOE, Fabian works as a project coordinator in the field of civil society funding for a German ministry. Before that, he was a volunteer at terre des hommes for four years and studied social sciences in Bochum, Bonn and Budapest. His professional interests include Hungary and the Western Balkans. Fabian will run the sessions on project management.
Alevtina studied intercultural communication, languages, and public relations. She has been involved with InMOE for nine years now, including second and first chairperson positions. She works in a Think Tank and focuses on civil society development in Belarus and other Central- and Eastern European countries. Alevtina is passionate about lifelong learning and believes that creating a proper learning environment opens different dimensions for development.
Sebastian studied computer science and is a certified mediator. He has been involved with InMOE for nine years now, three years as first chairperson. Sebastian loves stories and believes that paradoxes and contradictory perspectives are an essential part of human life.
Özlem has a Bachelor degree in European Studies and a Master degree in Eastern European Studies with a major in law. She is also an IPMA