This is an Accepted Manuscript version of chapter 7 of the book 'Participatory Arts in International Development' published by Routledge/CRC Press on 29 August 2019. The final version of each chapter can be found at https://www.changingthestory.leeds.ac.uk/resources/pa-in-id-ams/ The complete book is available online: https://www.crcpress.com/Participatory-Arts-in-International-Development/Cooke-Soria-Donlan/p/book/9780367024970
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This fanzine is created by the Youth Research Board's Preserving Memory Group composed by: David, Antonia, Trina and Leonard. It comes as a product of art research on projects supported by the Changing the Story network and talks about how these young people perceived memory and described its state imaginatively on an alien planet from Earth.
Watch the critical review of Changing the Story Projects in Eastern Africa Project led by Dr Marlon Moncrieffe, (Principal Investigator) University of Brighton, UK. With partners Dr John Mwangi St. Paul’s University, Kenya, and Mr Chaste Uwihoreye, Uysenga Ni Imazi, Rwanda.
Zine representing outcomes of workshops funded by Changing the Story Mobility Fund, 26th-28th July 2022. The venue for the workshops was the YEGO center at Rwamagana.
Uzabintwari project at Rwamagana Youth center "YEGO CENTER" We are using Art, theatre and Dialogue, for bring back heroism! let the elders guide the young so the raise wisely! and be the most important person in their community. I can be the Hero!
Skill Exchange workshops to develop skills that would be useful to young change-makers, March - April 2022
Blog (2021/04/27) Understanding Places from a Distance
blog (2019/10/29) New Project: Developing Youth Leadership for More Peaceful and Inclusive Societies in Post-Conflict Countries
Blog (2020/03/19) Making connections: reflections on the use of proverbs in research and practice
Blog (2018/03/12) Mobile Arts for Peace – Rwanda
Blog (2018/04/05) Making each other human: The Mobile Arts for Peace Project
Blog (2019/03/28) Mobile Arts for Peace (MAP): Shaping the Rwandan National Curriculum
Blog (2019/07/07) Mobile Arts for Peace Project Update
Blog (2019/11/15) What are the benefits of integrating young people in peacebuilding processes in communities and schools?
Blog (2020/09/03) Arts-based Methods and Digital Technology for Peacebuilding during the time of COVID-19
Blog (2019/04/17) Learn more about Mobile Arts for Peace (MAP)
Blog (2020/02/09) Remembering the Srebrenica Genocide on Holocaust Memorial Day
Connective Memories is a participatory arts research project on the topic of Isangizanyankuru (meaning shared stories and memories in Kinyarwanda), codesigned, co-delivered and evaluated by 10 young people and 6 adult facilitators in Rwanda, in collaboration with the Institute of Research and Dialogue for Peace and Uyisenga Ni Imanzi.
Collaboratively designed arts-based Virtual Reality space with a focus on sharing best practices on Peace Education via CTS research in East Africa. Created by Follow on Fund Project, Consolidation, Learning and Evaluation in Kenya and Rwanda.
Find out more about the Changing the Story Consolidating Learning project CoLearnSEE. Highlights projects across South Eastern Europe