Festival with a mission. "The Potential of Cultural Events for Antidiscrimination Activities" training
From June 28 till July 1, Centrum Kreatywności Targowa hosted an international training on the effective use of cultural events for promoting tolerance and inspiring openness, prepared by Arteria Art Foundation.
The event is a part of the Erasmus+ project “Festival as a Form of Education,” organised by Arteria, and is designed for the organizers, collaborators, jurors, and volunteers of Five Flavours Asian Film Festival, and the representatives of its partner festivals: Far East Film Festival in Udine, Camera Japan in Rotterdam, and Cine Aasia in Helsinki.
The goal of the four-day training is gaining practical knowledge on preventing discrimination, which will be used to shape future festival events. During the workshops, we want to work on ideas for educational activities connected with the festival which can help us reach new audiences and make the people of Warsaw more sensitive to the problems of minorities, as well as prevent the stereotypical perception of other cultures and promote tolerance and openness to things different and less familiar.
The event consisted of lectures and trainings devoted to identifying and preventing discrimination, social and political situation in Asian countries, good practices in education and integration, and reaching and engaging wider audiences in festival activities promoting Asian culture.
“The Potential of Cultural Events for Antidiscrimination Activities”
28.06 – 01.07.2019
Centrum Kreatywności Targowa,
56 Targowa St.
10 AM – 6 PM
Prevention and countermeasures against radicalization leading to violence and extremism, hate speech, and hate crimes, and its selected legal aspects
Lecturers: experts from the Institute of Social Safety
9 AM – 1 PM
Diversity in Asia, migrations within Asia, ethnic and political divisions, racism among Asians. The cultural diplomacy in Asia
Lecturer: dr Marcin Jacoby
2 PM – 7 PM
Antidiscrimination workshop: Introduction and a hands-on session
Led by: Anna Urbańczyk
9 AM – 5 PM
Antidiscrimination workshop: Reacting to discrimination, the influence of cultural events on changing the attitudes towards discriminated groups, training volunteers to prevent discrimination, including migrants in festival activities
Led by: Anna Urbańczyk
20 Zamoyskiego St.
Premiere of the play:
“Turn the water heater on. At least hot water will be waiting for me”
created as part of multicultural workshops “Azyl Warszawa” by Strefa Wolnosłowa.
9 AM – 10:30 AM
Educational practices at the Asia and Pacific Museum – examples of good practices and activities with children and adults
Lecturer: Tomasz Madej – head of the education department of the Asia and Pacific Museum
10:45 AM – 12 AM
A meeting with the creators of the play by Strefa Wolnosłowa.
1 PM – 6 PM
How and where to promote cultural events devoted to the art and values of other cultures. Dependable strategies and unconventional approaches to reaching new audiences
Lecturer: Piotr Partyka – Pracownia Szumu
The training is designed for the organizers, collaborators, jurors and volunteers of Five Flavours Asian Film Festival, Far East Film Festival, Camera Japan, and Cine Aasia.
Registration is open at: email@example.com till June 16 2019.
The number of participants is limited.
Priority in registration is given to persons who worked with Five Flavours AFF for at least two editions (People’s Jury, volunteers).
You can only participate in the entire event.
The training is conducted in English.