About The Foundation
The Open Dialog Foundation was established by people who consider European values – personal freedom, human rights, democracy and self-government – more than just a declaration, but a daily reality of the 21st century people. Our goal is to create a uniform information space, where people from the Atlantic to the Pacific who share European values will be able to exchange their knowledge and experience, implement their public initiatives aimed at continuous natural transformation of post-totalitarian societies towards democracy and civil freedoms.
Kazakhstan’s silenced voices in Finland15 May 2013On 11 May, the Finnish Centre for Art and Design in Fiskars held an exhibition of photographs from Kazakhstan, entitled ‘Silenced Voices’. The author, photographer and journalist, Kukka Ranta, visited Kazakhstan in autumn 2012 during the mission, organised by the Open Dialog Foundation
AN INVITATION: The Open Dialog Foundation and Collegium Civitas take pleasure in inviting you to a conference entitled: ‘Kazakhstan: human rights or business?’10 May 201315th May 2013 (Wednesday), 5:00 p.m. Collegium Civitas (room A) Plac Defilad 1, Pałac Kultury i Sztuki in Warsaw (12th floor)
AN INVITATION: "Bolat Atabayev - an artist in conflict with an authoritarian system. What can Europe do for Kazakhstan?"10 May 2013The Open Dialog Foundation, Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institute and the Goethe-Institut invite you to attend a debate featuring Adam Michnik, Bolat Atabayev and Roman Pawłowski
Supreme Bar Council’s Mission to Kazakhstan comes to an end10 May 2013On 30 April, 2013, an eight-day mission of the Supreme Bar Council to Kazakhstan came to an end. The Open Dialog Foundation was the initiator of the enterprise, as it had addressed the Commission and External Image of Pro Bono Activities with the SBC with a request to organise the mission