The unique study UPre ženy (UFor Women): the status and empowerment of women in selected marginalised Roma communities map what, who and especially how to help Roma women to improve their status and living conditions. In doing so, the researchers also focused on empowerment, a tool used in community development around the world. Simply put teach people to catch fish and not give it to them.
We bring the call results in the “Teacher of the Future” and “School of the Future” programs. In cooperation with Deutsche Telekom IT Solutions Slovakia, we have opened these two programs to provide active teachers and schools with the opportunity to implement projects focusing on an innovative and unconventional approach to teaching.
The Carpathian Foundation Scholarship Program provided financial support for the study of English for students under the age of 30. The scholarship in 2019 was financially supported by Palo Richvalský – an artist, teacher, salesman and one of the first scholarship holders of the Carpathian Foundation.
This memorandum is a framework document for closer relations, especially in education and its reforms in the Košice region. It opens up opportunities for closer communication and cooperation. It will be the basis for new initiatives and projects that will improve the situation of children, young people, educators, and teachers
Yesterday, February 12, was a special day for teachers and schools that received a grant in the “Teacher of the Future” and “School of the Future” programs. In cooperation with T-Systems Slovakia, we have opened these 2 programs to provide active teachers and schools with the opportunity to implement projects focusing on an innovative and non-traditional approach to teaching.
Since January 2020, two foundation: Kárpátok Alapítvány – Magyarország Foundations, as a lead partner together with the Carpathian Foundation in Slovakia, have been implementing the project “Chance for Children from Disadvantaged Background”.
The project has brought a number of new inspirations and improved early care services in both Slovakia and Hungary.