Dare to Care

Author: Michal Siewniak


It is often not easy to be positive these days, isn’t it? However, despite some major local and global challenges, I am remaining positive.

There are a number of fantastic efforts at all levels to support our communities, residents and neighbourhoods, overall people in need.

I wanted to introduce to you a really inspiring campaign called Dare To Care, which is led by the United World Project.

It is called Dare To Care, because it puts care first, in the world which, it might seem, often doesn’t care.

It is a campaign made up of many people committed to putting care at the centre of their day to day interactions, communities and politics.

The campaign responds to local care needs, but with a global impact, made possible by global online meetings.

Why care?

The health, economic, climate, food, loneliness crisis. These crises require us to think of a new approach, maybe a new style of decision-making, a new status quo. The care should be at centre of this new, more collaborative approach.

So, check the link to find out more.

Email me at bureau@neweuropeans.net if you want to find out more about this fantastic campaign.

Let’s get going!


Michal Siewniak

About the Author

Michal Siewniak

Michal Siewniak works as a Community Development Manager with CVS (Community Voluntary Services), Broxbourne and East Herts.

He supports the needs of different community groups with advice and advocacy and helps build the organisational capacity of these groups. He liaises with appropriate bodies and works in partnership to maintain awareness of needs of minority groups.

Michal is an excellent linguist and speaks Polish, English, Croatian and Italian.

"I don’t want to see Europe divided again. My experience has taught me that we must work together to address the global issues. I don’t want us to take a step back. I would like us all to recognize and champion diversity and challenge prejudice. New Europeans is doing a fantastic job giving a platform to all who cherish their European citizenship rignts and the vlaues that underpin them. I am proud to be able to be part of the team taking this work forward for the next generation of Europeans."

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Michal Siewniak

About the Author

Michal Siewniak

Michal Siewniak works as a Community Development Manager with CVS (Community Voluntary Services), Broxbourne and East Herts.

He supports the needs of different community groups with advice and advocacy and helps build the organisational capacity of these groups. He liaises with appropriate bodies and works in partnership to maintain awareness of needs of minority groups.

Michal is an excellent linguist and speaks Polish, English, Croatian and Italian.

"I don’t want to see Europe divided again. My experience has taught me that we must work together to address the global issues. I don’t want us to take a step back. I would like us all to recognize and champion diversity and challenge prejudice. New Europeans is doing a fantastic job giving a platform to all who cherish their European citizenship rignts and the vlaues that underpin them. I am proud to be able to be part of the team taking this work forward for the next generation of Europeans."

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