The project originates from the idea of “wall” considered as a division in a social, political but also individual sense. Its goal is to overcome the walls through arts, to promote dialogue through creative and artistic experience choosing the street as the place of confrontation, encounter and artistic expression.
Using creative processes and a feminist framework to investigate and reflect on the experiences of women living in the European Union and the power of EU Policy to promote gender equality, human rights and inclusion. This transnational project involves four European partners from Ireland, Spain, Croatia and Serbia and uses creative processes of theatre and film and on-line resources to promote a greater understanding of women’s rights and the positive changes that have come about in relation to gender equality as a result of belonging to the European Union.
Starting from the fact that our cities today are (as it was in the past) multi-ethnic cities with many inhabitants of different origin and culture, and that the awareness of that fact has faded in the last decade due to the crisis and wars that created multi-ethnical conflicts, we have created a project that promotes human rights, diversities and makes the culture of different ethnic communities more visible.
FOCUS – For Culture in Serbia (2013)
The aim of the project is the regional partnership of Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) contributing to the implementation of gender-related laws, policies and action plans in participating countries (Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina).
The purpose of the project is for the creation of a new and sustainable network among 8 cultural and civil society organizations from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Italy, Kosovo and Serbia (Dah Theatre) which aims to involve citizens in the realization and conception of multi-country joint activities.