Labyrinth 2030

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Labyrinth 2030 is a project that creates a path towards global responsibility. It is focused mainly on raising awareness of the Czech public about the Czech Republic’s international development cooperation, and actively involving young people under the age of 30 in a search for innovative solutions in this field.

Aside from a number of public educational events about development cooperation, a competition for young people under 30 will also be held to give them an opportunity to contribute to international development effectiveness by implementing their original ideas.

The two-year long project Labyrinth 2030 – Road to Global Responsibility, is funded by the Czech Development Agency and began in spring 2020.

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Labyrinth 2030 ends - it has brought many innovations and a trip to Zambia
December 30, 2021 News

Labyrinth 2030 ends - it has brought many innovations and a trip to Zambia

The Labyrinth 2030 project has come to its end. Over the past twenty-four months, it has offered a competition for young active people as well as the first conference focused on cooperation between the non-profit and private sectors in the field of humanitarian aid and development cooperation. For its innovative approach, Labyrinth 2030 earned a nomination for the prestigious European award for the best global development education project in Europe. Last but not least, it has contributed to the fact that many more people today than two years ago know about Czech aid abroad. What has been the journey through Labyrinth like and what does the project have to look forward to in the future?

The IHRA 2021 Inspiration Forum introduced innovations in humanitarian and development aid
December 6, 2021 News

The IHRA 2021 Inspiration Forum introduced innovations in humanitarian and development aid

On Wednesday, 10 November, the first IHRA Inspiration Forum took place at the Spojka in Karlin. Experts from NGOs and the private sector came together to discuss innovations that help address current development challenges. The event was created as part of the Labyrinth 2030 project and organized by Caritas Czech Republic together with the Czech Forum for Development Cooperation FoRs.

How is mental health viewed in developing countries?
June 28, 2021 News

How is mental health viewed in developing countries?

In developed countries, good mental health has recently become increasingly important. Being mentally at ease is more important to our lives than it seems. In developing countries, however, mental health is not publicly discussed and is often associated with social exclusion. We interviewed Heads of our Missions and asked them how mental health is viewed in the countries they work in.

Outdoor therapy can improve mental health of children with autism in Georgia
June 10, 2021 News

Outdoor therapy can improve mental health of children with autism in Georgia

Did you know that 1 in 270 people in the world has an autism spectrum disorder? Diagnosis varies from country to country, and people with autism often encounter strong stigma and taboo, especially in developing countries. How is the mental health of people who suffer from any of the autism spectrum disorders? One of Labyrinth 2030's projects focuses on people with autism spectrum disorder and their families. Psychologist Adam Táborský wants to use his idea to improve the mental health of children with autism and their caregivers, most often their parents, through outdoor therapy in Georgia. 

Tackling inequalities through movie making for visually impaired people in Georgia
May 31, 2021 News

Tackling inequalities through movie making for visually impaired people in Georgia

Even though the contest Labyrint 2030 which focused on innovation in development cooperation ended, the five best teams are still working on their ideas. At the moment they are trying to find ways how to start their projects and help people in Georgia, Mongolia, and Zambia. One of them is Pavel Ruzyak, filmmaker and keen youth worker, who joined Labyrinth 2030 with a project about movie workshops for the visually impaired in Georgia. He has already visited the country, attended a thematic conference, and spoke with Caritas' mission there.