Társ/a/dalomban. A summary of 2022
What we planned, we implemented, and even more. We're doing a lot of things now that we've been wanting for a long time. The only problem is that we have 5 new ideas from every good project. 🙂 In 2022, the grassroots initiative has become a priority for us, not only in our own circles, but also in our narrower and wider environment. It is important not only to suffer what is happening, but also to actively shape it. It is important to be visible, make visible and perceptible the problems that affect us. It is an ongoing goal for People First membership to do for itself. Let us get involved in the issues that concern us as much as possible, not just let them happen. Let us be visible, let us be active, not expectant, but initiators both inside and outside the association. Read what happened to us in 2022:Read More
“Every new good solution raises new problems”. A summary of 2021
We evolve, we grow bigger, we work more and with more people – meanwhile we inevitably change. Change always brings good, but sometimes it’s hard, sometimes it’s sweet, sometimes it hurts, sometimes it’s a thrill of joy. We felt sort of this way with 2021, the biggest result of which was that we finally respired from Covid. In the great respiration, we had to notice that this never-before-seen situation had left its mark around us and within us. Let’s see what exactly happened to us in 2021:Read More
The Peer-AcT project completed …..to those who think so, because we will continue!
We consider the Peer-AcT project to be a very important milestone in the life of the People First Association. We have learned and recognized the importance and potential of accessible tourism. This is one of the fundamental topics that we can relate to with all our activities so far and in the future. Read our report on what this project was about. And we'll continue it if you want!Read More
Closing report: Make Pécs accessible to everyone! – STICKER project 3.
For three years now our sticker project has been carried out steadily and more professionally. Between 1 January 2021 and 30 November 2021. the current phase WAS SUPPORTED BY THE CITIZENS OF PÉCS THEMSELVES through the "Élő Adás/Live Broadcast" community fundraising project of the Pécs Community Foundation. This gave the project a special boost, atmosphere and heart. In the third phase, we undertook to - we continuously go through and review existing sites - we map all accessible accommodation in Pécs - we organise a national conference on accessibility and cooperation between organisations carrying out similar activities in the country. We have already seen a very positive attitude from both the site owners/managers and the people of the city, the press and the city administration. Go Pécs, let the county seat of Baranya be exemplaryly accessible!Read More
Newsletter: How’s “Sticker project 3.” going?
We regularly report on the project to our donators in a direct e-mail, and to those interested in our Accessible Pécs database here on our web site. In our first Newsletter we can report on:Read More
Closing report: NFSZK FOF2019 – STICKER project 2.
The project entitled "Pécs without barrier" from 01.09. 2019 to 31.08. 2020 was a continuation of our "sticker " project, which started in 2018 and explores the accessible locations of Pécs. We have complemented our previous activities by exploring accessibility for the hearing impaired and visually impaired, and by presenting access to certain locations (bus, zebras, sidewalks, car parks). Since social inclusion is still the fundamental goal, we have emphasized strongly this time that accessibility is important not only for people with disabilities, but also for people with strollers, the elderly, temporary injuries or for persons travelling with luggage!Read More
The year of Corona! A summary of 2020
We've made a crown for this year in all sorts of ways! ("Corona" means crown in Hungarian) Although the epidemic has made our operations more difficult for us, it has caused us to feel a variety of feelings, some of our peers have barely made their lives bearable, yet that crown shines on the heads of members of the People First Association! Many people joined us, innovative ideas were put on the table and realized, more and more people felt that we had a responsibility to each other because we loved each other. And despite the two waves of the virus, the curfew we have never heard of before, programs, development, huge experiences was not lacking this year. Let’s see what we have accomplished through the year of Corona! Let's see, in crown year, what did we do?Read More
Closing report: “Pécs is livable as a barrier-free city” – STICKER project 1.
We started the project in at the end of the year 2018 and completed it in August of 2019 in the framework of this project.. BUT, we can't stop the project, because on the one hand, a constant updating requires, on the other hand, the disabled people requires the continuation. This is a entirely niche activity in Pécs, a current database is required.Read More
Closing report: “If there are no barriers, we’re coming too!” ECK project
ECK was the most complex project so far, which required a lot of work but thus brought satisfaction, recognition, external and internal success and brought new tasks. The greatest achievement is the increase in the activity and responsibility of the members. It was an important goal and impact in the whole project to make Pécs better and more livable.Read More
Together In Partnership! A summary of 2019
This time last year we promised that we would be even more active and cohesive, and that, within the limits of our possibilities, we would strengthen the cooperation between local civil organisations. We feel we have succeeded. We have new members, new partners, new projects, and took part in every meeting and event that we possibly could. More and more of our members take an active role in the life of our association, they contribute with their ideas, opinions, write blogs, organise and take part in public events, work in team projects, travel abroad, attend trainings, strengthening and shaping our community.Read More