We are happy to work with the Archbishop of Vienna on selected projects.
The papal school "Pope Benedict XVI" at Heiligkreuz is the largest German speaking education location for seminarians. Kairos consults its public relations and fundraising activities.
To place children at the center. The NGO Lobby for Children works toward that goal in and through the public debate.
The "Initiative Christian Family" advocates a Yes to Family and a Yes to Children especially by education and training of parents.
Regular scientific exchange for Eastern- and Central European Moral Theologians. Lastly in Krakow (2006), in Lower Austria (2007), in L'Viv (2008) and in Vienna (2009).
The most challenging questions posed to the Catholic Church today, analysed and discussed, and taken up in intense media training for young professionals.
Training seminar for politically interested young adults over one academic year. Host: Austrian Think Tank Dr. Karl Kummer – Institute.
300 participants in discussion with well-known scientists, politicians and artists: Tobias Moretti, commissionar Jan Figel, Austrian president Heinz Fischer, etc.
Publication of a book on the visit of the Pope to Austria in 2007
60 intellectuals from Europe and the Unites States. Public lectures with then Chancellor Wolfgang Schüssel, Prof. Joseph Weiler and Georg Weigel in April 2006.
Food is culture. Try Russia.
Restaurant Peter the Great.
Setup and leadership of the European branch of the NGO World Youth Alliance in Brussels (headquarters in New York City). Advocacy at EU and UN level from 2001 to 2004.
Bike-a-thon across Europe, 13 countries, 8000 km, 2000 participants to raise awareness for the family on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the UN-year of the family (2004).
Worldwide youth competition culminating in an exhibition with a festive opening in the European Parliament in September 2004
November 2004: 200 participants / 35 countries; highlights: S. Curtois (Blackbook of Communism), W. Bartoszewski (Poland), Maat Laar (Estonia).
Munich, February 2003: 200 participants from 7 countries
Bratislava, December 2001: 120 participants from 10 Ländern; highlights: Jan Figel, Otto von Habsburg, Erhard Busek (foto on the right with Dr. Gudrun Kugler).
Organisation of and public relations for the Central European Day of Catholic, hosted by eight bishops' conferences / 90 000 participants (May 04).
Founding and consulting of this student initiative which was the first to offer a personal development cooperation experience to Austrian students. Organisation and company of eight social summer projects for students of all faculties and three projects with medical students in Mexico and Guatemala from 1993-2000.