Informing the National Curriculum and Youth Policy for Peacebuilding in Kyrgyzstan, Rwanda, Indonesia and Nepal.
Mobile Arts for Peace is a four-year international, multi-disciplinary project which provides a comparative approach on the use of interdisciplinary arts-based practices for peacebuilding in Kyrgyzstan, Rwanda, Indonesia and Nepal. It is a collaborative project between universities, cultural artists, civil society organisations and young people across the world.
We are now in Strand One of the MAP project which involves scoping visits, literature reviews, community mapping and training of adult and child/youth facilitators in each of the four countries. Strand Two of the project will distribute a range of grants for child/youth and adult MAP trainers to work alongside CSOs to address local issues including: child rights-based decision-making; child protection and peacebuilding.
Where We Work
Find Out More About MAP’s Phase One Activities
Find out the latest project news from MAP and our Cultural Artists Network
In December 2019, MAP Co-Investigators undertook a four-day scoping visit to Jakarta, Indonesia, to explore how varied arts-based approaches have been and can be used to create dialogue and to explore the synergies between MAP and the aims and objectives of related peacebuilding projects.
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From policy papers to toolkits, our partners have developed and independently recommend a range of valuable resources.
Find out about the latest opportunities to engage with MAP and arts-based approaches to peacebuilding
Keep an eye on our Opportunities section for upcoming events and follow our hashtag #MobileArtsforPeace on Twitter.
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MAP is made possible thanks to the support and funding of the following partners