The Wandering Arts Caravan of ECHO III – For Memory’s Sake | 20-28 September

After the remarkable success of the separate Art Residencies in Greece, Romania, Albania and Bulgaria during the winter of 2023, ECHO III – For Memory’s Sake returns with the much anticipated Balkan Caravan tour. Actors, musicians, digital artists and writers, having already penetrated deep into the heart of Balkan heritage and the concept of arranged marriages, come together to…

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Inter Alia is looking for Communications & Outreach Coordinator for PDSFF24

Inter Alia seeks a full-time Communications and Outreach Coordinator to plan, direct, and implement all activities and actions aiming to establish and enhance PDSFF24’s public image and visual identity. The selected person will be responsible for overseeing the planning and execution of the communications strategy of the Festival from December through March. The selected person will report to the…

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FABLE spaces for empowering youth – Developments and future activities

Last week, we had the FABLE partnership meeting in Budapest. During the meeting, we evaluated the outcomes and experiences of the project so far and spent some quality time together reflecting on the socio-ecological and political implications related to the topic of fashion. FABLE aims to connect discussions on sustainability with creativity, particularly in the fashion industry, to create…

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Workshop on the political ecology of food systems

By Amerissa Giannouli ( A few weeks ago, we had the pleasure of facilitating a participatory workshop on the political ecology of food systems (mainly, focusing on crops) during the Re:think GAIA Festival 2023 in Kalamata. A food system is the outcome of a complex network of relationships. In this context, the sustainability of a food system cannot be…

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Belgrade: Conflict of two (and a half) worlds

When strolling the streets of Belgrade, it is impossible to avoid reflection about the absurdity of war and the different paths this part of Europe could have taken. Romanticising the past comes instinctively. On the one hand because the same nationalist, patriarchal, divisive discourse, aesthetics and symbols are still used by the same shadowy elites that have ruled the…

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Forced food insecurity at the Lesvos Closed Controlled Access Centre

Inter Alia together with other 41 organisations co-signed a letter to the Greek Authorities and the European Commission to act upon their obligations to ensure human dignity and access to food and water. DATE: Thursday, June 15, 2023 TO: Mr Daniel Esdras, Minister of Migration and Asylum; Mr Emmanuel Logothetis, Special Secretary-General for the Reception of Asylum Seekers; Ms…

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Creative Climate Praxis and Justice

Inter Alia organized “Creative Climate Praxis and Justice,” an event dedicated to the topic of sustainable fashion. The event brought together individuals who are curious about the social and ecological impact of the fashion industry. Together, we explored how prevailing perceptions of sustainability affect environmental policy-making and delved into alternatives for a more sustainable world that is intricately linked…

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ANTYGONE TODAY,  23 April – 2 May 2023

In just eight days, a group of 45 young people from eight different countries embarked on a transformative journey, using the power of theatre to explore contemporary social issues and foster solidarity. Inspired by Sophocles’ timeless masterpiece, “Antigone,” and under the guidance of director Valerio Strati and choreographer Carlomauro Maggiore, the youngsters came together to create a performance that…

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