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Issue 84 – December 2011
Wednesday 14 December 2011 by Diyana Yosifova
On December 8, 2011, Next Page Foundation turned 10 years old. The anniversary turned out to be an appropriate moment for some retrospective thoughts on what the foundation had achieved, an opportunity for contemplating once again what our further development should be, and just the right time for a nice celebration with partners, associates and friends.
Our former staff members who are currently living on three continents and pursuing successful careers;
Our interns and volunteers who have learned a lot but also taught us a lot;
Our board members who have inspired us and opened new horizons;
Our donors who have trusted us and still do;
Our grantees who always serve as a precious reality check;
Our consultants in Belgrade, Cairo, London, Sarajevo, Vienna, Kuwait City and many other places in Europe and beyond;
Our partner organizations who have shared with us responsibility, experience and great satisfaction;
And last, but definitely not least, all our friends – for their support and inspiration!
(Darius Cuplinskas, director of the Open Society Institute Information Program)
(Dessislava Gavrilova, co-founder and director of Red House for Culture and Debate in Sofia)
(Bulgarian Donors’ Forum)