From the foundations of society up to national legislation reforms, the EU-ISA works a multi-vectored approach on a multitude of levels.
The basic idea: Organizing direct aid won’t change legislation, nor will it trigger reforms. Influencing politics and initiating reforms won’t help those in dire need of support right now. And informing the public about a crisis won’t do anything without presenting the opportunity of guided direct action.
To really help – in every sense of the word – an organization needs to do all of the above, at the right time, at the right place. But executing that kind of workload requires strong and capable partners, well versed in logistics, public and business administration, politics, diplomacy, legal advocacy.
We’ve worked tirelessly to establish a network of partners being able to sustain on such a level, and even outperform. And we succeeded.
From a basic networking platform to a serious, highly professional charity under the auspices of ambassadors and high ranking officials, the EU-ISA alone probably won’t change the world – but it will accomplish a lot.
Help us reaching our goals – a better tomorrow for all of us.