The Drama, Diversity and Development project rounds off with regional  advocacy initiatives to share the fruit of the project
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The Drama, Diversity and Development project rounds off with regional advocacy initiatives to share the fruit of the project

 A month ago, the Drama, Diversity and Development project organized three advocacy initiatives in each of Lebanon, Palestine, and Tunisia. During these events, DDD’s team got the opportunity of sharing the results achieved by the project both on the local and regional levels, in collaboration with DDD’s subgrantees in these countries. In addition, DDD took … Continue reading

Gaza’s Bedouin Community in the Spotlight: Interview with Rafat Al-Aydi
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Gaza’s Bedouin Community in the Spotlight: Interview with Rafat Al-Aydi

After spending months of preparation for their street theater performance,Young Stories of Bedouin Life and Prejudice Project got the opportunity to share the fruit of their hard work on the streets of Gaza. The project employs street theater to challenge discrimination against the Gaza Strip Bedouin community, particularly the Bedouin community of Umm-El Nasser Village … Continue reading

Theatre Day Productions Takes on the Streets of Gaza to Shed Light on Issues Faced by Gaza’s Bedouin Community
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Theatre Day Productions Takes on the Streets of Gaza to Shed Light on Issues Faced by Gaza’s Bedouin Community

Theatre Day Productions, the implementing body of DDD’s ‘Young Stories of Bedouin Life and Prejudice’ project, will be sharing the fruit of their hard work for the past 7 months in the streets of Gaza starting from the 1st of August. After having spent a good part of 2016 working with the community of Um … Continue reading

The Power of Street Theater in Uniting the Lands of Contrast
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The Power of Street Theater in Uniting the Lands of Contrast

Nessim Ghroum, Drama, Diversity and Development (DDD) programme coordinator in the Middle East and North Africa, recounts his trip to Egypt and Lebanon: “This was a journey of contrasts. Contrast between fancy and westernized Beirut’s corniche and humble villages in rural southern Egypt. Contrast between Al Koura’s forgotten Syrian refugee camp, nested in a dirty abandoned mall … Continue reading

The Caravan’s performance tour throughout Lebanon to highlight Syrian refugees voices
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The Caravan’s performance tour throughout Lebanon to highlight Syrian refugees voices

More than a month has passed since the Caravan organized its press conference to announce its project’s tour schedule. The Caravan’s artistic team provided the many media representative who attended the conference with an in-depth preview of the project. The dates of the Caravan’s street theater tour were also announced during the press conference. The … Continue reading

Bringing Street Theater to Areas Lacking Cultural Activities: The K’Art-Na Project
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Bringing Street Theater to Areas Lacking Cultural Activities: The K’Art-Na Project

After conducting a tour to different cities in Southern Tunisia through K’Art-Na’s bus, the second stage of the K’Art-Na project included organizing different training sessions for youth from various areas in Southern Tunisia on street theater techniques. The earlier bus tour of theater performances covering various geographical areas in Southern Tunisia attempted to raise awareness … Continue reading

DDD’s Progress for the Past Two Weeks!
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DDD’s Progress for the Past Two Weeks!

This photo was taken during the opening ceremony of  Lang’Art’s new cultural space on the 9th of April. Lang’Art is one of the implementing organizations of DDD’s ‘Black is a Value’ project. The opening ceremony took place with an audience of individuals who support  the work performed by the center. During the ceremony, Bahri Ben … Continue reading