From Degraded Drylands to Green Landscapes: What is in Land Restoration for Youth and Sustainable Peace ?
31 Octobre 2017, UN Library, Geneva
Desertification is one of today’s most serious environmental challenges. Every minute, we lose the equivalent of 30 football fields of soil to degradation. We urgently need to act. Can we empower young people at risk? Can we transform drylands, the most conflict-prone regions of the world? The Future Policy Awardees 2017 and renowned speakers show that we can.
12.30 on 21 September, 2017
26 September 2017
25 Septembre 2017, Palais des Nations Geneva
18 July 2017, Segovia, Spain.
Rama Mani and Maryann Perrone are leading a performance/workshop EnACT-Theatre of Transformation at the 35th World Congress of the International Theatre Institute in Segovia, Spain.
This initiative aims to evoke critical rethinking of prevailing paradigms of power underlying today’s intertwined crises of war and governance, and to shape new paradigms of power by fostering creative thinking, humane responses and innovative initiatives among scholars, policy makers, practitioners and the public. More
Thursday 6 July, Impact Hub – Geneva
Embark with us in a co-creative journey of transformation through music, theatre, poetry and dance. Meet transformative artists from today’s warzones, refugee camps, and eco-sanctuaries who create peace and co-existence through art despite all odds.
Tuesday 4 July, United Nations Geneva Library.
A Concert-Conversation With Transformative Artists from Warzones and Eminent Global Experts.
Embark with us on a creative journey with transformative artists to today’s warzones and refugee camps, through music, theatre, poetry and dance. Discover the real-life testimonies of transformation of people resist violence and create peace amidst war; who turn suffering to strength, as they flee devastation at home and seek safety across frontiers.
2me juillet, Home for Humanity
Embarquez avec nous pour un voyage co-créatif avec musique, théâtre, poésie et danse.
Venez rencontrer des artistes venus de zones de conflits, de camps de réfugiés ou de sanctuaires écologiques qui créent la paix et la coexistence grâce à leur art.
Créons des cercles de solidarité entre “eux” et “nous” pour mieux découvrir que “eux”, c’est “nous”.