06.06. Isaiah Berlin Day in Riga 2018 The Isaiah Berlin Day in Riga 2018 will take place on December 13 at the premises of the cinema "Splendid Palace".
29.05. LAMPA programme unveiled On June 29 and 30 we will flip the on-switch for the 4th conversation festival LAMPA in the Cēsis castle park. This year the LAMPA programme will feature over 270 events, across a range of topics, taking place in Latvian, Russian and English
15.01. TRUST – a contribution to Latvia’s centenary celebrations by the conversation festival LAMPA “Trust is a basic requirement of a strong, democratic country,” emphasizes director of the Conversation festival LAMPA Ieva Morica, announcing that the core value of this year’s festival will be TRUST.
30.11. Light up the Conversation Festival LAMPA with Your Events We invite everyone – from the individual enthusiast to companies or government institutions – to propose their two-day program of events for one of the highlights of 2018, the conversation festival LAMPA.
04.10. Social Entrepreneurship Forum 2017 Social Entrepreneurship Forum will take place in Riga already the eighth time. And this time social entrepreneurs and representatives of conventional businesses are meeting with the goal of creating collaborative opportunities to solve common social challenges.
26.09. Isaiah Berlin Day in Riga 2017 The 9th annual Isaiah Berlin Day in Riga will take place on October 16 at the “Splendid Palace” historical cinema (Elizabetes iela 61, Riga).
30.06. Conversation festival LAMPA 2017 Cognitive experiments, practical workshops, performances, games, contests, discussions, theatre, and even confessions – the third Conversation festival LAMPA will have something for everyone, even the most demanding participant.
02.05. LAMPA warm-up event in Purvciems, Riga Only two months to go until the Conversation festival LAMPA! The second, final warm-up event will be held in Riga, offering mayoral candidate debates, three exciting discussions and a brain-teasing program for kids.
26.04. DOTS stands in solidarity with civil society in Hungary Foundation for an Open Society DOTS along with hundreds of other NGOs across Europe, including Latvia, stands in solidarity with people and civil society of Hungary and calls the Hungarian government not to adopt the law which discriminates non-governmental organisations.