Discover the full agenda & register.
As our WE-Hope Project is soon coming to an end, project partners are particulary proud to invite you to the final event of the project which will take place on September 15th, 2022 from 2:30 pm CET in the National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts in Paris, France.
The event will start with an overview of the project and its activities conducted from 2019 to 2022. This will be followed by a European round-table with Policy makers, partners and stakeholders.
We will close the afternoon with two representations of the artistic performance and an opportunity for the participants to meet the artists and the involved local choir in person!
Venue: Cnam, 292 rue Saint-Martin, 75003. Salle des textiles.
Language: English & French (simultaneous translation)
Register for free: here
Agenda of the event
WE-Hope (2019-2022) is a Creative Europe cooperation project connecting people through memories and experiences of migration in Europe, aiming to promote multiculturalism through sharing experiences of surviving crises across generations, thus bringing ‘old’ Europe and ‘new’ Europe closer together in a common framework of hope for the future. We use heritage, art and technology to celebrate our common values: inclusion and togetherness.
To reach this objective, the project partners worked together on:
Building a digital repository – our Bank of Memories has been built on testimonies from refugees and migrants collected by project partners. It will be made accessible to all.
Creating an artistic performance with committed artists, inspired by the testimonies and based on an ancient ‘street art’ form.
Producing open-access learning resources based on the testimonies – in multiple languages.
The organisation of the event is supported by the National conservatory of arts and crafts of Paris (Conservatoire national des arts et métiers.)