Applications

Please find here the approved applications to the Social Art Award 2021 – New Greening. The open call was closed on 1 May.

The next Open Call for the Social Art Ward will be opened in early 2023.

 

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We are all humans
by Ela Wysakowska-Walters Raghad Rasras
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Title:
We are all humans

Author:
Ela Wysakowska-Walters Raghad Rasras

Description:
We are Raghad and Ela. We started off with thinking about a tool for working with women from Jabal Al Natheef refugees camp. A place in which women know nothing about their rights and what is more they literally stand against their rights unconsciously. Raghad suggested working with a group of women from Jabal al Natheef who are aware of the human rights problem but espouse no active actions for the issue. But first we need to clarify what we think women rights are. We applied a set of questions to clarify our stands on the topic. And we began to notice that the work on women rights cannot exclude a larger picture. Women and Men, not either – or, we are all humans and we share the same rights. The way for the future is to abandon all binary oppositions in favour of seeing us as one, enjoying the same rights and supporting each other. With the above in mind, we are giving to you WE ARE ALL HUMANS – a game, which you can play in four different ways. Each way will take you on a trip trough your internal assumptions, it will help you to challenge them, discuss them, see them from a different perspective. And hopefully, it will aid a conversation about what is and how it can be improved bearing in mind the context, the situation and the mindset. According to the list of links between the environment and Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), our project falls into three categories: 1. no poverty; 2. good health and well-being; 3. education.
Description:
We are Raghad and Ela. We started off with thinking about a tool for working with women from Jabal Al Natheef refugees camp. A place in which women know nothing about their rights and what is more they literally stand against their rights unconsciously. Raghad suggested working with a group of women from Jabal al Natheef who are aware of the human rights problem but espouse no active actions for the issue. But first we need to clarify what we think women rights are. We applied a set of questions to clarify our stands on the topic. And we began to notice that the work on women rights cannot exclude a larger picture. Women and Men, not either – or, we are all humans and we share the same rights. The way for the future is to abandon all binary oppositions in favour of seeing us as one, enjoying the same rights and supporting each other. With the above in mind, we are giving to you WE ARE ALL HUMANS – a game, which you can play in four different ways. Each way will take you on a trip trough your internal assumptions, it will help you to challenge them, discuss them, see them from a different perspective. And hopefully, it will aid a conversation about what is and how it can be improved bearing in mind the context, the situation and the mindset. According to the list of links between the environment and Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), our project falls into three categories: 1. no poverty; 2. good health and well-being; 3. education.

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