U-CARE Urban Culture Against Racism in Europe
From November 2012 to October 2014, the project “U-CARE – Urban Culture Against Racism in Europe” was running in 8 European countries. 11 organisations joined forces and pooled their knowledge to combine an anti-racist/anti-discrimination peer coaching approach with urban culture and media. Young people with diverse cultural backgrounds (including the national majorities) were educated in national seminars and at an international summer academy in 2013 to become U-CARE Junior Coaches. They empowered themselves to spread the message of increasing mutual understanding and combating racism and discrimination.
You can download the U-CARE final publication here:
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Feel the music - Self Definiton | @ Art Studio Hoogvliet - Rotterdam
On September 26, Within the frame of the final conference of the U-CARE and Steps Ahead projects, Feel the Music will be presented by Pamela Barberi through one of the exercises/actions developed during its practice in Florence. A...Read more...
DOJOLOGIC - Workshop's results
Dojologic took place in its workshop shape during the last two weekends at Vivaio del Malcantone, in florence. The results have been great, there was a very interesting debating. About the contents, we've been talking about sexi...Read more...
Dojologic soon at Vivaio del Malcantone
FREE WORKSHOP AT VIVAIO DEL MALCANTONE, THE 5/6 AND 12/13 OF APRIL from 14:30 to 18:30, in via del Malcantone, Florence. To subscribe and informations write at email@example.com For about on Dojologic: www.dojologic.tk w...Read more...
U-CARE Summer Academy featured in Documentary
The documentary "Wie Du mich bewegst" about culture education projects all over Germany will premiere on December 20th. One of the featured projects is the U-CARE Summer Academy Heek 2013. Here's the trailer, with some Summer...Read more...
Apply now to the World Summit Youth Award 2013
Registration open: 8th of April – 1st of July www.youthaward.org The WSYA selects and promotes best practice in e-content and new media, demonstrates young people’s potential to create outstanding digital content and serves as a ...Read more...