Here’s one of our newest initiatives: the Sustainable Living in Prishtina website. We hope this website will inspire you to make more sustainable choices. Share what you learn, because together we have an even larger impact!
The new European General Data Protection Regulation is in force with effect from 25th May 2018. The Ideas Partnership is committed to complying with it. You can read more here about your rights and our responsibilities. Please feel free to get in touch, whether as a formal exercise of your rights under GDPR or just to explore any questions or concerns about this. We will be contacting all those who shared data with us before the legislation came into force, in order to get their consent to continue.
At a conference on Friday 3rd November, 2017, TIP launches a new report into early marriage in the Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian community in Fushë Kosovë / Kosovo Polje.
Here’s a sneak preview of January in our 2018 calendar:
Here’s a lovely new way you can support our work and help some very disadvantaged children, and at the same time enjoy a memento of your relationship with TIP: these bright 2018 calendars show the diversity of the work that we do – and the diversity of how your support benefits those most in need. Just open up and have a look…
This year’s UK supporters’ day is coming soon! It’ll be on July 15th, and already you can bid for lots from the auction: lovely things to wear, lovely places to stay, lovely other things…
There’s a fun new fundraising idea, it’s coming soon, and you can be part of it! Surely you want to learn here how you can TIP the Teapot for Kosovo…
The children of Fushë Kosovë have designed some funky greetings cards,
and you can order a pack here: https://tipvideosblog.wordpress.com/order/.
You’ll get something very special, and you’ll be donating money to their kindergarten.
Here’s Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Cornwall celebrating with some of our supporters in the UK the extraordinary link between their Cornish village, Port Isaac, and TIP’s work with marginalized children in Kosovo. Pictured here with the Duchess are people who’ve visited and volunteered, people who’ve given shoes or clothes or other necessary things, people who’ve devised and run small projects to help the community, and some of those who’ve given money, including legendary shanty-singing group The Fisherman’s Friends. Special day; special relationship.