- Foundation for Tolerance International (FTI) at the Yntymak Week Celebrating International Peace Day 28 September 2023
- Snippets from the UNESCO – MAP Roundtable in Kathmandu, Nepal, on 21 September 2023 27 September 2023
- Youth Participatory Mural Guidebook 21 September 2023
- Looking within: The power of reflexivity in our journeys 20 September 2023
- Comics by students at GS Remera Protestant 16 September 2023
- Song: Mbera Incuti (I am a friend) 16 September 2023
- Drawings by students at APEC Kibondo 16 September 2023
- A Poem: Humura Nturi Wenyine 16 September 2023
- Drawings by students at GS Buhaza 16 September 2023
- Performance of a peace song by Kihere Youth Club members 16 September 2023
Mobile Arts for Peace (MAP) Culture as Change Webinar
Can Cultural Art forms contribute towards social change?
Thu, 15 Jun 2023 12:00 – 14:00 BST
This webinar will introduce three projects engaging directly with how cultural art forms can affect social change in young people and their wider communities. It will start by introducing the project led by Dr Simon Dancey and his team from UCA. They will discuss what Deuda performance (a Nepali call and reply genre of song and dance, performed in Western Nepal) is as an art form, as well how and why it invites communication/change.
The webinar will be interactive allowing for rich discussion. The second project to be introduced is One Drum One Girl led by Kiki Odile from the Women’s Cultural Centre in Kigali, Rwanda. She will be presenting how introducing girls drumming, including a reflection on a recent festival held in Kigali is challenging gender norms. Thirdly the webinar will share learnings from The Magic of Theatre, via their Director Nurlan Asanbekov, discussing how taking youth theatre to informal spaces/venues is catalysing a growth in cultural and educational opportunities in Kyrgyzstan. The webinar will include our young researchers, video clips and a synthesis discussion looking for similarities and nuance across all three. We hope you can join us!
The organisers will provide interpretation from English into Bahasa, Kyrgyz, Nepali, and Kinyarwanda.