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Case studies
Cultural projects
    in Africa
‘Africalia’s purpose is to make culture
               a vector of
   sustainable human development’
‘Art and culture facilitate discovery,
and increase awareness and knowledge’
‘They strengthen commitments and
          help to open up
       and promote dialogue’
‘Culture and art, closely related to the
      concept of creativity, have a
fundamental economical value and are
    ther...
Book Cafe
Project in Zimbabwe, Harare
     A meeting place of
  mixed cultures and Arts
Slum TV
Film and documentaries
    www.slum-tv.org
The importance of ‘Rolmodels’
          Julius Mwelu
Founder of The Mwelu Foundation
        www.mwelu.org
Hot Sun Foundation
  Kibera Film School
www.hotsunfoundation.org
Projects in Burkina Faso
     Ouagadougou
  A network example
The Cultural Platform of Burkina Faso
A cooperation of 5 major organizations
Music, Theatre & Contemporary Dance
The ‘Cartel’
A Cooperation of 4 Theatre Companies
A Brand new project in
     Congo, Kinshasa
        Kin Label
A way to tell the story of
50 Years of independency,
 access...
Working over the Borders
    The Pan African Projects:
‘Cinetoile’ in 8 African Countries
     ‘Je Danse Donc Je suis’
   ...
Cinetoile – Cinema project
Reinforcing the operators in the field
          www.cinetoile.eu
‘Je Dance Donc Je Suis’
Choreograph - dance project
      With streets Kids
‘Africalia supports this cultural and artistic
  richness with the objective of enabling
  local people, organizations and...
Global Youth Anti-Corruption Forum - Africalia
Global Youth Anti-Corruption Forum - Africalia
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Global Youth Anti-Corruption Forum - Africalia

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Wim Oscé (Africalia, Belgium) presented this presentation during the Global Youth Anti-Corruption Forum in the Culture & Development Session - Linkages and added value of cultural elements in maximizing the potentials of development projects with a focus on anti-corruption.

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  1. 1. Case studies Cultural projects in Africa
  2. 2. ‘Africalia’s purpose is to make culture a vector of sustainable human development’
  3. 3. ‘Art and culture facilitate discovery, and increase awareness and knowledge’
  4. 4. ‘They strengthen commitments and help to open up and promote dialogue’
  5. 5. ‘Culture and art, closely related to the concept of creativity, have a fundamental economical value and are therefore essential for the lives of thousands of people’
  6. 6. Book Cafe Project in Zimbabwe, Harare A meeting place of mixed cultures and Arts
  7. 7. Projects in the Slums of Matare and Kibera Kenia, Nairobi Aimed on Social Integration
  8. 8. Slum TV Film and documentaries www.slum-tv.org
  9. 9. The importance of ‘Rolmodels’ Julius Mwelu Founder of The Mwelu Foundation www.mwelu.org
  10. 10. Hot Sun Foundation Kibera Film School www.hotsunfoundation.org
  11. 11. Projects in Burkina Faso Ouagadougou A network example
  12. 12. The Cultural Platform of Burkina Faso A cooperation of 5 major organizations Music, Theatre & Contemporary Dance
  13. 13. The ‘Cartel’ A Cooperation of 4 Theatre Companies
  14. 14. A Brand new project in Congo, Kinshasa Kin Label A way to tell the story of 50 Years of independency, accessible to Youngsters
  15. 15. Working over the Borders The Pan African Projects: ‘Cinetoile’ in 8 African Countries ‘Je Danse Donc Je suis’ in 2 African Countries
  16. 16. Cinetoile – Cinema project Reinforcing the operators in the field www.cinetoile.eu
  17. 17. ‘Je Dance Donc Je Suis’ Choreograph - dance project With streets Kids
  18. 18. ‘Africalia supports this cultural and artistic richness with the objective of enabling local people, organizations and artists to blossom and to participate to a necessary change of mentality in the North as in the South’

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