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Dancing for Equality: ​Interview with Danseurs Citoyens Organization
Street Theater Projects / Street Theatre

Dancing for Equality: ​Interview with Danseurs Citoyens Organization

After organizing a press conference on June 19, where representatives from various media broadcasters were invited, Black is a Value project began performing on the streets of Tunisia to highlight issues of racism faced by black Tunisian community. Through the technique of street theater, Black is a Value aims to support black Tunisians preserve their … Continue reading

Drama, Diversity and Development Project Challenges Sexism and Sectarianism Through Street Theater​
Street Theater Projects / Street Theatre

Drama, Diversity and Development Project Challenges Sexism and Sectarianism Through Street Theater​

  Similar to other Drama, Diversity and Development’s ongoing street theater projects, Villages’ Train project has been performing on the streets of Egypt to highlight issues facing minority communities. The project employs street theater to initiate a discussion about the multi-layered faces of sectarian violence and its manifestation of discrimination and oppressions. By establishing self-sustainable … Continue reading

DDD empowering civil society organizations to establish a regional street theater movement: Interview with Mohab Saber from El Madina
Street Theater Projects / Street Theatre

DDD empowering civil society organizations to establish a regional street theater movement: Interview with Mohab Saber from El Madina

While the Drama, Diversity and Development project provides its sub-grantees with the needed support and platform to develop their ideas during the period their projects are taking place on the ground, it also provides them with the skills and capabilities to grow and sustain these projects even after their work with DDD comes to an … Continue reading

DDD at Sfax Capital of Arab Culture Festival 2016: Interview with Mahmoud Sameh from Launch of a Street Theater Group of the Sinai Bedouin Minority Project -Part 2
Street Theater Projects / Street Theatre

DDD at Sfax Capital of Arab Culture Festival 2016: Interview with Mahmoud Sameh from Launch of a Street Theater Group of the Sinai Bedouin Minority Project -Part 2

Receiving their visas one day before the shows were scheduled to take place and the many canceled and delayed flights didn’t stop each of the Caravan and the Launch of a Street Theater Group of the Sinai Bedouin Minority project of participating in Sfax Capital of Arab Culture festival 2016 in Tunisia. Despite the sleep … Continue reading

DDD at Sfax Capital of Arab Culture Festival 2016: Interview with Mohammed Lattouf from the Caravan Project – Part 1
Street Theater Projects

DDD at Sfax Capital of Arab Culture Festival 2016: Interview with Mohammed Lattouf from the Caravan Project – Part 1

Receiving their visas one day before the shows were scheduled to take place and the many canceled and delayed flights didn’t stop each of the Caravan and the Launch of a Street Theater Group of the Sinai Bedouin Minority project of participating in Sfax Capital of Arab Culture festival 2016 in Tunisia. Despite the sleep … Continue reading

Campaign for Reviving Palestinian Culture in Israel: Interview with Samar Hawila
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Campaign for Reviving Palestinian Culture in Israel: Interview with Samar Hawila

In addition to the Campaign for Amazigh’s Cultural Rights in the Moroccan Society and the Campaign for Stambeli Tradition in Tunisia, the Drama, Diversity and Development project supported another advocacy project campaigning for the Palestinian Arab community’s cultural rights in Israel. The ‘Cultural Rights for Arab Citizens in Israel’ Project was organized by Mossawa Center … Continue reading

Villages’ Train
Street Theater Projects

Villages’ Train

Egyptian society is not free from sectarian and gender-based violence and its manifestation of discrimination and oppression. The “Villages’ Train” project aims to work with young men and women in seven villages in the Minya area, and will employ street theater to initiate a discussion about the multi-layered faces of sectarian violence and its manifestation … Continue reading