National Network
Czech Republic

Tř. Kpt. Jaroše 18
60200 Brno

+420 543 245 342
E-Mail (2)
Mobile Phone
+420 605 239 579
Organisation Type
Non-Governmental Organization
Year of Establishment
Fields of Activity
  1. Democracy and community development
  2. Environment/Sustainable development
  3. Gender
  4. Human rights
General Information
NESEHNUTI is non-hierarchical organisation with about 10 people with full-time job and another 15 person with part-time job. We work with many volunteers and also with partners from abroad (f.e. in a program Initiative Way we work in countries in Caucasus and support locla initiatives (in Georgia, Armenia and also Ukraine). Most of our work is covered by grants, we also have individual donors. We have very serious ethical codex so we don´t receive money from any company. We focus on human rights and partly on protecting environment. Our topics are: supporting initiatives abroad, women rights, supporting people from abroad living in Czech Republic, local activism in the area of city planning etc. 
Mission and Objectives

As a social and ecological non-governmental organisation, we work principally on the basis that ecological and social problems have shared causes and consequences which must be resolved. All our activities aim to show that social change based on respect for people, animals and nature is possible, and, most importantly, must be led from below. Therefore, we support people who are interested and engaged in what’s happening around them and who consider responsibility for life on our planet as an integral part of their own freedom. We work independently of party and economic interests, using strictly non-violent means

Main Projects / Activities

The Initiative Way
We support active people abroad, primarily, though not exclusively, in the southern Caucuses, Transnistria and Belarus. We help local activists create a civic society and protect human rights, animal rights and the environment. We organise educational seminars, help find financial aid, provide long-term support for projects and campaigns and arrange educational trips to the Czech Republic. For more information about The Initiative Way, visit,
Together Towards Diversity
Together Towards Diversity opens up debate about migration and refugees in the Czech Republic, the issues surrounding it, the associated prejudices and the lack of respect frequently shown by the majority of society. Through educational and informative activities, we hope to work together to look for answers to topical questions and to learn what a multicultural life, outside the world of media bubbles and prejudice, looks like in specific locations. We are currently leading a campaign for public health insurance for foreigners. Our goal is for legislative change so that migrant groups with long-term Czech residency are included in public health insurance. For more information about Together Towards Diversity, visit:
Women’s Rights are Human Rights
The programme aims to create a space in which attitudes related to stereotypical notions about the role of women and men in society can change, and problems resulting from these ideas (gender discrimination in the workplace, violence against women, the beauty myth etc.) can be resolved. Our goal is for women and men in our society to be able to develop according to their abilities, rather than according to what is expected of a man or woman. In order to achieve this, we organise lectures and workshops for schools and the general public and we have touring exhibitions. We are also running the campaign ‘Against Sexism in the Streets.’ As part of this campaign we hold the Sexist Piggy contest. To find out more about this programme, visit:
Civic Eye
Our goal is to encourage public participation in the planning and decision-making surrounding projects which may impact the natural environment. We support initiatives and active individuals by connecting and strengthening their local campaigns. We organise educational and motivational workshops and can provide long-term support or focus intensively on selected causes. For more information about the Civic Eye programme:

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Contact (1) Full Name
Mariana Zborilova
Job Title
Coordinator of program Together Towards Diversity
Head of the organisation
Non-hierarchical structure