Informed by international experts, research and practical experience in Georgia and Germany in the framework of #GEONext – Partnerships for Youth Engagement, this publication aims at providing a comprehensive perspective of the advantages and challenges of cross-sectoral cooperation, as well as best practice examples and tangible recommendations for successful collaborations across sectors.
Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine, European leaders and civil society have shown an immense solidarity towards the people of Ukraine and in particular the refugees that were forced to flee to the neighbouring countries and the EU. However, this solidarity does not extend to Ukrainian Roma refugees, who face severe discrimination, segregation, and rejection. Moldova and Hungary are two of the most important transit countries for refugees on the way to Western Europe. As their authorities, government officials and civil society are publicly reinforcing harmful stereotypes about Roma, crossing the borders, asking for asylum, or accessing decent living conditions in refugee centres has become harder than ever.
Im Sommer haben wir einen Workshop zur Umsetzung von feministischer Entwicklungspolitik organisiert. Hier haben wir mit Vertreter*innen aus dem Bundestag, BMZ, GIZ und Zivilgesellschaft über Erwartungen an eine feministische Außenpolitik diskutiert. Die Ergebnisse und Empfehlungen für die BMZ-Strategie findet ihr hier.
#GEONext – Partnerships for Youth Engagement uses civic education and international, cross-sectoral cooperation to prepare the next generation of Georgians to be civically engaged, know and exercise their rights and responsibilities, harness technology, and build partnerships to demand and facilitate increased government accountability. Meet our mentors from the private sector here!