Project: Beitrag zu Arterhaltung des Bali Stars, Indonesia

Project: Textil-Lehratelier in Bamako, Mali

Project: Das Ideenbüro, Switzerland

Project: Revitalisierung von Kastanienselven, Switzerland

Project: Cat Conservation Course 2012

Project: Kwamtili Community Development Project, Tanzania

Project: Manjughoksha Academy, Nepal

Project: Manjughoksha Academy, Nepal

Project: Microplastics

Project: Sonnenkollektoren und ein neuer Brunnen für das Spital in Yeviepe, Togo

Project: Frühförderprogramm PRIMANO der Stadt Bern, Switzerland

Project: Sind die Raubtiere Borneos noch zu retten? Indonesia

Project: Mushak Haxhia School in Valbonatal, Albania

Project: Sammelkampagne ZUKUNFTSBÄUME, Ethiopia

Project: Sammelkampagne ZUKUNFTSBÄUME, Ethiopia

Project: Amani - Support African Children, Kenya

Project: Chisankano Barefoot School, Zambia

Project: Wasserpumpen für Adwa, Ethiopia



About us

Our aim is to make a contribution to the development and implementation of environmentally sustainable forms of economic activity.

 

Participate

Support The UsitawiNetwork by becoming a club member or by helping to establish a local club.

About us

The UsitawiNetwork, the International Service Club for Sustainable Development, is a forum for far-sighted, responsible leaders in business, science, politics, administration, and culture.

The UsitawiNetwork is committed to promoting and putting into effect the idea of sustainable management and action, to establishing contacts and procuring know-how amongst leading decision-makers and stakeholders as well as to supporting or carrying out appropriate projects.




Projects

The UsitawiNetwork supports projects in the area of sustainable development.

 

Local Clubs

The UsitawiNetwork comprises local clubs and establishes a network of individuals who are committed to serve the community according to sustainable development principles.

In eigener Sache

Öffentliche Podiumsdiskussion
6. November in Zürich

Der UsitawiNetwork Club Zürich organisiert am

Dienstag, 6. November 2018 um 18.00 Uhr
im Auditorium der Hochschule für Wirtschaft,
"Sihlhof", Lagerstrassse 5, Zürich

eine öffentliche Podiumsdiskussion
zum Thema

Freiwilligkeit 2.0 -
neue Formen und Bedürfnisse zivilgesellschaftlicher Partizipation

Ellinor von Kauffungen diskutiert mit Jakub Samochowiec, Senior Researcher Gottlieb Duttweiler Institut, Peter Künzle, Geschäftsleiter Benevol St. Gallen und  Alexandra
Sauer, Leiterin Skill-based Volunteering Helvetia Versicherung.

Freier Eintritt, anschliessend Apéro Riche

Programm und Anmeldung