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Pka Sla Krom Angkar (Pka Sla) is a proposed judicial reparations project, fostering a transformation in the understanding of GBV and gender equity through the artistic memorialization of shared experience, intergenerational dialogue, participatory documentation and therapeutic support and research regarding forced marriage under the Khmer Rouge. Pka Sla is composed of a consortium of 4 local NGO.
Press release: The Pnom Penh Post, January 23, 2017
Press release: The Cambodia Daily, January 19, 2017
Press release: Khmer Time, January 17, 2017
Piezas sonoras para radio a partir del archivo de los testimonios recogidos en la elaboración de “La verdad de las mujeres víctimas del conflicto armado en Colombia”. El Objetivo general del proyecto es de contribuir a la reparación simbólica de las muje-res víctimas del conflicto armado colom-biano, visibilizando su papel en la reconciliación del país.
The culture credit is a flexible, efficient and transparent tool to be used by SDC Regional Programme Horn of Africa Cooperation Offices, to fund cultural activities and support emerging cultural institutions in the Horn of Africa (with focus on SDC areas of engagement), in line with the SDC culture and development policy and Switzerland's objective to promote peaceful and inclusive societies.
The main objective of this project is to support and promote professional productions of young artists in Macedonia in three interconnected categories: contemporary dance, music and visual arts. Through a series of workshops and other related activities, the project will identify and support the development of young artists and create a platform that will facilitate the implementation of artistic projects.
The Center for Contemporary Culture in Skopje will host most of the activities, but the productions will be presented in several cities throughout the country.
Through a series of activities, the project will contribute to address the lack of cultural activities for children audiences in smaller urban or rural areas, the lack of basic capacity of local level to deliver good quality cultural programmes for children, as well as the high rate of youth unemployment in those areas. The project will take place in six different locations, located in two different municipalities in the North-Eastern and Pelagonia regions. By etablishing a model of a so called triangular cooperation (village-town-village) in each of the municipalities, the project will enhance the potential of each location to deliver cultural activities for children and build capacities for long-term cooperation in future projects.
After the successful organisation of Kathmandu International Film Festival (KIMFF), a package of selected films are taken to different locations outside of Kathmandu valley for public screening. With an objective to bridge the gap between the centre (Kathmandu) and the districts, and ensure people in the rural areas also have an opportunity to watch contemporary international and Nepali films, Travelling KIMFF was started from 2006. So far, Travelling KIMFF has covered 47 of Nepal’s 75 districts.Continuing this practice, in 2017 KIMFF took a selection of issue based and thought provoking films, both documentary and fiction, including 7 short films from the 'Strengthening Public Services in Nepal' short film competition KIMFF 2016. The selection encompasses a wide range of issues impacting mountain people worldwide. They focus on diverse subjects such as education, gender and women's empowerment, labour migration, how communities are coping post-quake, natural resources and environment, livelihoods, culture and lifestyle.
This project aims at establishing a diagnosis of the arts and culture sector in order to develop the Rwanda Creative sector's National Action Plan for Arts and Culture. The project will give the opportunity to engage arts and culture practitioners, stakeholders, institutions in charge of culture, decision makers, experts, and communities in a national reflection on the current state of the sector and its potentials, in order to articulate concrete recommendations and take actions for the development of the arts and culture sector in Rwanda.