8813 Sankt Lambrecht
- International/Cultural relations
• Structure of the organization, including number of staff employed and/or partners
ADAM is a non-profit NGO and has a managing board of six members, a board of trustees (five) and strategic and project related individual consultants. No employees yet. Among the partners are St. Lambrecht Monastery (seat location), Universities (Vienna, Graz, Innsbruck), MTS (company), parishes in Vienna, Graz.
• Budgetary resources available in a year
Approx. 4.-12.000 EUROs, project related
• Sources of funding
Project partners‘ sponsorship and contributions, municipalities, local governments
• Modalities of action:
Concrete projects, exchanges, lectures/ seminars/ workshops, creativity labs, exhibitions, retreats, residency programmes, consultancy, agency, mediation; online activities supporting projects and online lectures/ seminars/ workshops/ discussions
• Main partners involved in the organization's projects/activities
Cultural, religious, social, art, eduction and science related institutions, think tanks, universities, municipalities, local governments, partners in the Euromed region, South Eastern Europe (Western Balkans and Turkey) and MENA.
ADAM promotes education, diversity, knowledge transfer and change. In doing so, fostering human rights, gender equality and non-discrimination, democracy and sustainability are at the core of our activities. We build and cross bridges between West and East, create networks between North and South, promote communication and foster visionary webs between Europe and the Orient. ADAM contributes to shaping and strengthening a culture of dialogue and sustainability in politics and society, economy and environment, science and art. We want to promote openness and competence, support youth engagement, strengthen women's public participation, intensify inter-generational and social dialogue and implement diversity and integration management - locally and regionally. ADAM also focuses on capacity building and developing and sharing good practice examples in the above mentioned areas.
Shaeirat – Bilingual performances by contemporary Arab women poets
Earth Works: Encounter of ceramic artists from Austria and Egypt
Western Balkans: History and Encounter in Styrian Schools
Urban Anthropology Program
SCRIPTORIUM: Workshops in creative, intercultural and therapeutic writing and storytelling
ADAM, through its members and collaborators/ partners, has a long-standing network and vast experience in project cooperation with partners from the Euromed region, SEE (Western Balkans and Turkey) and MENA. Our multilingual and experienced staff allows us accurate insight into the regions' developments and to connect to crucial project partners supporting our (and ALF's) mission and objectives. ADAM is, hence, a potentially innovative and effective partner that helps strengthening the Austrian Network through expertise, consultancy and project cooperation.
ADAM wants to contribute to the objectives of the ALF through offering expertise and cooperation. It also seeks partners in the Euromed area to develop and implement objectives based on the Euromed cooperation. Fighting prejudices, promoting understanding and intensify cooperation needs a strong and diversified network to which ADAM can contribute.