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Communicating Challenges and Dreams of Young Girls through Mithila Art in Nepal


Reflections on a workshop funded by the Changing the Story Mobility Fund, 23rd July 2022, building on findings from Phase 2 funded projects. By Nub Raj Bhandari, Co-Investigators on the Changing the Story project, ‘Examining the Interpretations of Civic National Values Made by Young People in Kenya and Nepal’.

Munzira Yunjye: In My Way


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.

Exploring Constructive Change Through Color: A Coloring Book Collaboration Between Color Up Peace and Changing The Story


This ‘coloring book’ and exhibition is a result of a series of visual artistic transformations, adapted from the project Color Up Peace. Color Up Peace invites people from all over the world to submit photographs of what peace represents to them (some elements which inspire thoughts of peace, something which may symbolize peace, something potentially crucial for peace efforts based on the experiences of the photographers) and turns these photos into coloring pages.

Searching for peace: art, genocide and memory in 2022 Ukraine and 1992-1995 Bosnia and Herzegovina


Report of a Mobility Fund supported project on the peacebuilding aspects of coffee-making/drinking in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Outlining the development of the project from creating a podcast (“The Late Art Show with Berina and Lisa”) exploring the intersections of peace work, coffee-making and feminism in Sarajevo, and how the project changed with the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine.