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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How is mental health viewed in developing countries?
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