Our collective project with Centro de Foto Documental (Barcelona), , Jungleye (Calais) and the collective Oiseaux Sans Tête (Brussels) is going to Paris this spring for a series of events around participatory photography with refugees and migrants and communication potential. We will keep you posted of our comings and goings! Continue reading
Throughout the so-called “refugee crisis” we have seen how photography can be a powerful tool in shaping public perceptions of “what is going on”, which in turn effects public opinion, political discourse and institutional solutions (or the lack of them) .
We believe that one necessary step in the path towards empathy and dialogue is to be presented with the full multidimensional story, not just the usual media portrayals of victims or threatening strangers.
This year we will facilitate the production and visibility of images of these people in transit from their own point of view. Also, we will multiply the effect of our work by compiling and sharing what we learn along the way. Continue reading
8 points for 8 March. This is the political platform developed by 2000 people who attended a national assembly in Bologna on the 4th and 5th of February: they carried on the work on the Feminist Plan against male violence and they are organizing a Women’s Strike on 8 March, a strike which involves many countries around the world. Continue reading
Since 4th of December last year, a group of artists, activists and neighbors, is building an art installation/ tree house in Schinveld, Netherlands. This is an action against the NATO air base Geilenkirche, Germany, Continue reading
Catch our last discussion in the series ‘What about Inclusion?’ on Wednesday night at NYimB at 20:00!!!
A dedicated supporter of EYFA’s environmental and social justice work – Lush Cosmetics – has publicised a new funding opportunity. Priority will be given to organisations which encourage alternatives to animal consumption. Yeah!
Even if you missed the first meeting in December, you’re welcome to join at this follow-up discussion facilitated by our EVS volunteers. We’ve got allies, activists, and other types of supporters lined up to share both best practices and criticisms of the migrant solidarity movement in Berlin.
Are you under 31 and residing in Germany? Get involved in 2017 promoting Solidarity, Access to the Rights for everyone, Interculture and Antiracism in Milan, Italy. WE STILL NEED ONE MORE VOLUNTEER! Continue reading