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Spaces of Tolerance

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  • Organization name: ‘Culture Hub Croatia’ Platform for Education, Creativity and Development through Culture | “Culture Hub Croatia” Platforma za edukaciju, kreativnost i poticanje razvoja kroz kulturu
  • Location: Split, Croatia
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‘Spaces of Tolerance’ is a creative programme addressing the issue of discrimination and hate against migrants in the city of Split, but also at the level of Croatia. A holistic eight-month programme includes an artist residency: an open studio and artistic intervention in the public space; creative workshops for youth and adults; creative communication campaign and illustrations exhibition. This variety of opportunities to come together, express creatively, learn and grow enables different target groups to engage and act against hate and discrimination. As an organization working in the cultural and creative sector, in collaboration with other national NGOs active in the field of minority rights protection, we are bringing these communities together and joining forces to reach a wide number of citizens, especially youth. We believe that only through education, we can create a more open and tolerant society of the future and thus advocate for a systematic change at the policy-making level.

Grant Amount: 15.000 EUR

This content was published in the context of the Minorities, Accountability, Rights, Independence and Organisational Development (MARIO) programme. Learn more >

MARIO is funded by the Citizens, Equality, Rights and Values Programme (2021-2027) of the European Union (ref: 101091387).