No rest for the wicked
About the project / CZ
The work in the future is connected with high level of uncertainty as a result of global economic trends changes, Work 4.0 and climate changes impact. This project will help to build NaZemi capacities so that it is capable of monitoring current trends in the field of work and strengthen active citizenship through public awareness and education, both with the aim to advocate for decent and meaningful forms of work for us and worldwide. Within the project NaZemi will strengthen sustainability of the theme of decent work through establishing network of collaborators and deepening its expertise.
The project is being supported by the Open Society Fund Prague from the Active Citizens Fund. The programme promotes citizens’ active participation in the public life and decision making and builds capacities of civil society organizations. It promotes respect of human dignity, freedom, democracy, equality, the rule of law and the respect for human rights including the rights of persons belonging to minorities. Active Citizens Fund came to the Czech Republic in September 2019 with the goal to support CSOs regardless of their size and experience. It is operated by the Open Society Fund Prague, Committee of Good Will – the Olga Havel Foundation and Scout Institute. The Active Citizens Fund is financed from EEA and Norway Grants 2014–2021. With EEA Grants, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway contribute towards a reduction in economic and social disparity and the strengthening of mutual cooperation in Europe. One of the important objectives of the programme is strengthening bilateral cooperation between donor and beneficiary states through financial contributions in specified priority sectors. It supports bilateral relations between the donor states Norway, Iceland, and Liechtenstein and the Czech Republic.