Initiative – Inclusion – Interaction Contemporary Theatre for Active Youth
We use theatre as a powerful tool in social work with young people.
We aim at raising sense of initiative, engagement and development of active role in society among young people.
We aim at contributing to inclusion of youth with fewer opportunities – deaf and hard of hearing youth, young migrants/asylum seekers and young inmates.
We aim at sensitizing the majority of population for the needs of those groups.
We aim at strengthening capacities of organizations which apply theatrical techniques in work with the youth.
Plavo Theatre – theatre laboratory, Belgrade/ Serbia
Artistic-Cultural Association Aletheia, Milan/ Italy
Cultural Association of the Deaf of Belgrade “Radivoj Popovic”, Belgrade/ Serbia
Intimate Theatre, Bitola/ Macedonia
Jubilo Foundation, Wroclaw/ Poland
Theaterlabor, Bielefeld/ Germany
University of Zurich/ Switzerland
Throughout the year 2020 we will organize local events with public performances in 5 countries, 2 youth exchanges in Serbia and Macedonia, 1 mobility of youth workers in Italy, 1 festival in Serbia.
The project is in concordance with Erasmus+ Inclusion and Diversity Strategy, as well as with EU Youth Strategy 2019-2027 in areas of social inclusion, participation in civil society, education and training and creativity and culture.
Co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.
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Take a look at photos from youth exchange Empowering for the Future, which took place from June 27 – July 3, in Bitola/ North Macedonia, with participants from Germany, North Macedonia and Serbia.
Thank you partners:
Theaterlabor Tor 6, Интимен театар, Kulturno-umetničko društvo gluvih Beograda „Radivoj Popović“ for such a fruitful cooperation.
Thank you Josha Vinke for those lovely photos.