Come together connecting cultures!
Due to the current spread of the corona virus, measures have been taken that seemed almost unthinkable some time ago, such as restrictions on social life and the closing of borders in Europe and worldwide. Older people in particular are threatened by health problems and most often experience social isolation.
The current situation is blocking many things, but not our sense of community and our commitment to peaceful, solidary and common coexistence in Europe.
Every second Sunday the Danube-Networkers invite people from the Danube countries and all over Europe to an online session “COME TOGETHER – Connecting people by culture in times of Corona”. A colorful program is organized via the video conference system ZOOM. There is something for everyone – music presentations, singing, dance, presentations about traditions from different countries (e.g. traditional festivals, cultural customs, etc.) or even breath-relaxation exercises. These are not contributions from professionals out of the box, but according to the motto “from friends for friends!” members of the transnational network and guests design the program themselves.
With the help of the new media we try to stay in touch with each other even in times of Corona and to balance cultural and social disparities.
The sessions take place every second Sunday at 6 pm (German time)
Since we do not have a common language, we communicate in English. But even this is only possible to a limited extent, since many adults in the southeastern European countries have learned Russian and not English. That is why there are always volunteers who help with the
Learn more about how we unite cultures, how we strengthen solidarity and how we meet each other even in times of the Cornona crisis.
Upcoming Come together Sessions
The participation in the video conference is free of charge and easy to use.
You need an internet connection, a computer, smartphone or tablet, a camera and a microphone, which are usually already built into the newer devices.
The access data for the events can be found in the calendar.
Are you interested to contribute in the sessions?