FORTHRIGHT
e.V.


FORTHRIGHT E.V. is an association that pursues directly and solely charitable interests.
Its aim is to promote and improve tolerance, international cooperation and the understanding among nations.

In order to reach its goals, FORTHRIGHT E.V. organizes and delivers particular workshops and seminars.
Such deal with a different scope of duties, which include:

– NON-VIOLENT SOCIAL INTERACTION –
– EQUALITY AND RESPECT FOR HUMAN RIGHTS –
– UNDERSTANDING AMONG NATIONS THROUGH ACTIVE COOPERATION –

Organized workshops and seminars will particularly deal with the medium of music and photography.
Those mediums are used to show and educate the beneficiaries about pressing topics in a ludic and unique manner.

FORTHRIGHT E.V. has the aim to create an international platform across boarders 
that can be used by several artists and activists. This platform shall be used to inform and educate about shortcomings in different aspects and countries of our planet. The objective to fight social injustice and improve living conditions of the affected will always be appropriately taken into consideration. The purpose of all projects, workshops and seminars, for which FORTHRIGHT E.V. funds are being used, will be determined and assessed on an individual basis.

CURRENT PROJECTS

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Video shoot for a persecuted artist
Burton Kouvha – France

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Workshops about and against Female Genital Cutting in Senegal
Sister Fa – Senegal


For further information how you can get involved, please contact verein@forthright-project.com

You are welcome to donate here.


The non profit status of the Association FORTHRIGHT E.V. was validated  through the Finanzamt Essen Süd (Tax Office Essen Süd) on the 5th of April 2016.
Tax# 112/5754/1765

FORTHRIGHT E.V. is registered in the register of associations at the Amtsgericht Essen (District Court Essen)
Registration# VR5686

EXECUTIVE BOARD
Sascha Kraus (chairman of the association)Philipp Hanssler (member of the board)
Stefan Kraus (member of the board, treasurer) ∙ Andreas Fernezir (member of the board)