Dinos Aristidou - Project lead
Mess Up The Mess
UCAN Productions (Unique Creative Arts Network) is an award-winning cooperative which was established in 2005 to address the lack of performance and creative opportunities for blind and partially sighted children and young people in Wales. Since then, the organisation has grown to over 700 visually impaired members who are aged between 7 and 25 years old. The organisation also works throughout the UK and Internationally.
UCAN Productions develops specialised drama workshops and theatrical performances that challenge the perceptions of the sighted world. By improving physical and vocal confidence and raising the aspirations of its members, UCAN has proved, many times, that visual impairment is no barrier to success in the world of performing arts and beyond.
MESS UP THE MESS
Amman Valley - South Wales
Mess Up The Mess is a youth theatre company based in the Amman Valley, but working in partnership with other organisations across South Wales. Mess Up The
Mess specialises in using drama and other creative arts to engage with and empower all young people to explore their lives and identities, find a voice and be
heard on the topics that are important to them. Since 2005, Mess Up the Mess has been working with the hardest to reach young people in our communities, using theatre and the arts as powerful tools to engage and empower them to make their voices heard. From small scale issues based workshops and preparation for work training to large scale projects which address difficult issues confronting young people today, Mess Up The Mess challenges young people to believe in themselves and their ability to make their world a better place.
07451 270 720
HUMANITAS, founded in 2000, is a Slovenian non-governmental and non-profit organisation. Its principal aims are to offer assistance to less privileged groups at home and around the world, to represent and assert their interests, and to promote respect and acceptance. Our mission is to raise awareness of global challenges such as poverty, over-consumption, the gap between economically differently developed countries and, through global education and awareness raising, to encourage social inclusion, intercultural dialogue and responsibility.
+386 (0) 1 430 03 43
Foundation for development of the cultural and business potential of civil society
Foundation for development of the cultural and business potential of civil society (CuBuFoundation) has been working in support of introduction of non formal educational methods in the sphere of formal school education and youth work. CuBuFoundation facilitates the use of peer learning among students, young people and educators, applies drama techniques for integration, art forms for inclusive education and story-telling, visualization and music forms for transformation of educational content for the purpose of making it accessible, interesting and inspiring for all learners.
+359 2 4342244