HEDA – Human, Europe, Democracy, Art is a project that develops a method to approach social and civic education in secondary education through theatre techniques and generally through art and includes partners from several European countries [Greece, Belgium, Italy, Poland, Iceland, Serbia]. Supported by the ERASMUS + Program of the EU, 2022-2024.


The methodology is the result of cooperation between artistic and educational organizations, which together try out and develop adequate ways to apply theater techniques to improve students’ democratic competences. By introducing art into education, social and civic competences, understanding and axepting of democratic values​​ and human rights, critical thinking of students and teachers can be improved.


DAH Theater – Center for the Research of Culture and Social Changes with the support of the National Association of Civic Education Teachers and Associates [NAGVIS] organizes and conducts training for primary and secondary school teachers, for working with students using art and theater techniques, 26 and March 26, 2023 in Belgrade

The training is led by the directors of DAH Teatra, Jadranka Anđelić and Dijana Milošević, and pedagogue Tatjana Matijaš [NAGVIS].

During the training, the participants will learn step by step how to use theater and art in development of critical thinking, creative approach to different social issues, apply the theater method in teaching about human rights.

Participants in the training in Belgrade,  March 25 and 26, 2023

Partners in the Project: GeoCamp (Iceland), Centre of Higher Education in Theatre Studies (Greece), Action Synergy S.A. (Greece), IIS Luigi Einaudi (Italy), Szkola Branzowa Stowarzyszenia Edukacja – Mlodziez w Pleszewie (Poland), UC Leuven-Limburg (Belgium), DAH Theatre (Serbia)

Local partner in Serbia