PAD Foundation conducts research, policy analysis, advocacy, education support, and awareness raising campaigns to promote and advance intersectional approaches to combating environmental degradation and social injustice in Central Eastern Europe. PAD aims to tackle inequalities in access, affordability and quality to environment and public space, as well as to change the narrative of communicating and representing causes of social inequalities. It was established in Budapest, Hungary in 2016.
- EDUCATION AND AWARENESS-RAISING CAMPAIGNS
- NARRATIVE CHANGE AND CREATIVE ACTIVISM
- COALITION-BUILDING AND CONSULTANCY
- PARTICIPATORY PLANNING AND LOCAL INTERVENTIONS
- EXPERT CONSULTATIONS AND PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION
Diána Berecz – Director
cultural and visual anthropologist
Gergely Papp – Research and Advocacy Coordinator
social geographer and anthropologist interested in neighborhood-scale
community-based development, social resilience, justice and equity
concepts supporting climate adaptation
Dr Marek Szilvási – Board Member
sociologist and philosopher primarily interested in sociology
of (human) rights, equality and social inclusion paradigms,
and environmental and social justice.
Dr Judit Dobák – Board Member
cultural anthropologist, settlement developer economist, engineer
Dániel Bozzai – Associate
graphic designer, working in creative social design.