Kafkadesk partners

Building up on our ambition to bring you a high-quality coverage of everything that’s happening in Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and Hungary, as well as on our desire to showcase all the relevant actors shaping the future of Central Europe and promote innovative civil society projects throughout the region, Kafkadesk has partnered and joined forces with a number of talented professionals and independent organizations.

We’re always on the look-out for new partners and happy to support new and original initiatives! If you think we can work together, send us an e-mail to discuss ways we could cooperate at: partnerships[at]kafkadesk.org.


Founded in 2009 in Budapest as Hulala, a French news and analysis website about Hungary, Le Courrier d’Europe Centrale is now the leading independent French-language media covering Central Europe as a whole (Czechia, Slovakia, Hungary and Poland). Be sure to follow them on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn!


Euro Créative is an independent French think-tank undertaking reflection on the multi-thematic developments occurring in Central and Eastern Europe. Its objective is to increase knowledge and stimulate interest about this region in France in order to develop political, cultural and economic relations with these countries. Follow them on Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn.


Co-founded by authors Zuzana Palovic and Gabriela Bereghazyova, Global Slovakia is a Bratislava-based not-for-profit organization that seeks to promote Slovakia on the global stage and foster a constructive discussion about the country’s past history, current events and future perspectives. You can also follow them on Facebook!

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From Bishkek to Berlin, Lossi 36 brings you news, analysis and photography from Central and Eastern Europe, Russia, the Caucasus and Central Asia, shining a spotlight on the work of students and up-and-coming professionals. Check out their work on Facebook and Twitter!

Founded in Budapest and London, Lazy Women is a growing team of writers and creatives, from a wide range of nationalities, disciplinary backgrounds and lived experiences, who have gathered to give voice to their own understandings of the female experience and its relation to the public/private dichotomy.