Theatre as inclusive practice
Theatre as inclusive practice believes that the power of creativity, theatre and unity would trigger changes in mindsets and societies. It is an Erasmus+ funded project that aims to provide young people with tools and competences necessary for creating and implementing innovative solutions for inclusion in the face of unprecedented risks and societal challenges such as the ones we are facing today. It also aims at tackling exclusionary biases based on race, gender, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation and poverty (among others) that continue to exist and produce barriers to individuals and communities alike. This project is about enhancing skills and competence development in the field of applied theatre.
The project is supported by the British National Agency under
The consortium includes:
UCAN Productions (Coordinator) from the UK
CuBuFoundation (Partner) from Bulgaria
Humanitas (Partner) from Slovenia
Mess Up The Mess Theatre Company (Partner) from the UK