The foundation is predominantly active in a more private way, not seeking publicity. This is done not because there is anything to hide, but in order to protect the book projects and authors whom we support from the dangers of boycott or persecution by local regimes, as in Vietnam, Sudan or Tibet.

Thanks to independent observation and a network of international contacts cultivated over many years, which requires constant development, the executive board itself can carry out the selection of and start projects eligible for support.