This week we share the interview with Mónika Garai-Fodor, dean of Óbuda University, professional head of BEESE Pro Bono. She interviewed students participating in BEESE Pro Bono pilot programs: Students: Gréta Bartha, full-time student of Óbuda University, project manager of the short-term pilots in 2019 and the mid-term pilots in 2020 Afrodité Wild, full-time student…

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Martin Ossikovski is another associate professor of the Media and Communication Department interviewed by Denitsa Gorchalova. He teaches Academic Writing, English for Journalists and Sociologists and Media Ethics. Denitsa Gorchalova: How do you perceive the idea of pro bono activities to become part of the curriculum at UNWE? What are the pros and cons? Martin…

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Between the end of April and beginning of May our partner Work for Social carried out the third pilot of the Campus Pro Bono Program. This pilot, named ‘Sprint Pro Bono’ was carried out on-line due to the COVID-19 crisis. The beneficiary of the ‘Sprint Pro Bono’ was Viajes Tumaini, an association that connects volunteers…

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In 2018, during the European Pro Bono Summit in Madrid, some members of the BEESE Pro Bono Project had the chance to get to know in person Teresa Coles, co-founder of CreateAthon®, an international marketing marathon that has delivered more than $25 million in pro bono service to the nonprofit marketplace. After presenting our Project…

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We are very happy to announce that we launch our new logo! Thanks to our partners from Porto University and their second Campus Pro Bono Program, their art and design students could work on our branding and new logo. Students worked guided by their teachers to end up creating and thus professionalizing our new logo.…

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A few weeks ago, the second French pilot took place on a full day. Three students surrounded by six mentors (employees and jobseekers) came together to help the NGO Démocratie Ouverte. Démocratie Ouverte (Open Democracy in english) put forward various proposals for more democracy :  They have a project incubator that puts citizens back at the…

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Article written by András Martoni (Corvinus Science Shop) about how they promote the civic engagement of their students. Corvinus Science Shop (CSS) promotes collaboration between science and society. Community partners bring their questions to the university where – through our bridging work – they partner up with lecturers, courses and students to address those questions…

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