Cultural Programmes

At MRG, we believe – and know from experience – that culture can be a potent force for protecting and promoting human rights of minorities and indigenous peoples worldwide.

Cultural methods, such as street theatre, film, music and literature have a unique ability to challenge discriminatory and racist attitudes endemic to many societies. Cultural expressions can empower marginalized communities and peoples to better defend their human rights.

Today, MRG is at the global forefront of using culture as a human rights instrument.

Our track record from Sub-Saharan and North Africa, the Middle East and the Caribbean demonstrates the variety of ways in which culture can support minorities and indigenous peoples. We look forward to continuing and expanding this work together with local and international partners.

Below are examples of cultural programmes managed or implemented by MRG.


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Dominican Republic Street Theatre programme
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Dominican Republic: Street Theatre Programme

Duration: January 2013 to January 2016 Regions/countries: Dominican Republic Minorities: Dominico-Haitians What is this programme about? To use street theatre and community consultations…

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Walk Into My Life

Duration: January 2015 – October 2015 Location: London (UK), Stockholm (Sweden), Budapest (Hungary) and Oviedo (Spain) Minorities: Ethnic, religious, linguistic, cultural and…