(Re)Collecting Outcast Europe

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(Re)Collecting Outcast Europe was a digital culture project that aimed to redevelop and enrich the digital collection Outcast Europe — i.e. the thematic collection that brings together content related to migratory and refugee experiences, including the digital copies of the material objects that were gathered and digitised during the homonymous project, implemented from September 2017 to February 2019. Main…

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Using Theatre to Make Politics

Using Theatre to Make Politics

This project is an answer to the high levels of civic and political apathy amongst young people and envisions an innovative way of bringing young people and authorities together. Partners involved in the project are coming from Greece, Hungary, Poland, Norway, Portugal and Romania. The main goal of the project is to increase the level of civic participation and…

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Through the Lens of the Other

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“Through the Lens of the Other” aims to introduce and explore new ways of understanding and addressing discrimination in Europe. Critical theories in social sciences explain, through the concept of intersectionality, how oppressive social beliefs and structures (xenophobia, sexism, homophobia, ableism etc.) are interconnected; systematic oppression cannot be understood or addressed with single-issue approaches as they tend to accentuate…

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Positively Different, Short Film Festival, 13 – 15 February 2020, Athens – Call for entries

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Drawn by the multiple facets of oppression, aspiring to further creative works, cultural networks and political causes from and about the invisibles of modern societies, the brand new “Positively Different” short film festival invites all film-makers, documentarists, visual artists and film-students to submit short movies from the fields of fiction, documentary or visual arts. We are particularly interested in…

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Inter Alia and GLAM Hack at the Conference: “Tradition Anew” of the Biennale of Western Balkans

On 15 May 2019, Inter Alia team members Nikos Pasamitros and Revekka Kefalea presented the ECHO project and the GLAM Hack initiative respectively at the Biennale of Western Balkans one-day Conference in Ioannina (Greece). Read More Inter Alia and GLAM Hack at the Conference: “Tradition Anew” of the Biennale of Western Balkans

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