Zakharef in Motion is an annual dance encounter of international, regional and local dance performances and workshops that was launched in Amman, Jordan in April 2007 by ZAKHAREF in Motion Establishment. The festival is held in collaboration with many embassies, cultural institutions, government bodies and private sector, it is a nonprofit platform.
Tunisian Federation for Film Societies had achieved its remarkable recovery after independence and spread in many parts of Tunisia
The overall aim of Tandem Shaml is to foster long-term collaboration between cultural professionals from the Arab Region (participants of the Abbara capacity building programme of Al Mawred Al Thaqafy) and Europe (including Turkey).
Art Moves Africa (AMA) is an international not-for-profit organisation that aims to facilitate cultural and artistic exchanges within the African continent.
Bayimba contributes to making Uganda a significant hub for arts and culture on the African continent and led by its values of respect, shared leadership, transparency, accountability, learning, and collaboration.
Seeks to open fields of common thinking on social, cultural and educational domains in terms of Art background by using of new digital tools.
Mash’hed Cultural Association is located at Gafsa Governorate in south-western Tunisia.
Massar Association for Arts and Culture was founded by agroup of artists and Tunisian human rights activists
The Association is characterized by being the only cultural and artistic Association in the city of Thala
Use of the legal and artistic approach indeveloping the capabilities, knowledge, and skills of beneficiary groups, and support the capacity development programs, experimentation, production, and distribution in the field of theater, arts, and general culture
Our partner Ettijahat is grounded in the belief that independent culture and arts are created in the core of great transition processes, even more, that they pave the way for them in a direct or indirect way. Ettijahat is grounded in the conviction that independent culture promotes active citizenship and encourages a change in behavior and not only ideas.
It is grounded in the conviction that Syria is multiple, diverse, intellectually productive, artistically authentic and always believing in culture to be the right of each Syrian citizen.
In 2013 Mimeta and Prince Claus Fund joined forces in an attempt to develop synergies by publishing a joint geographical call for proposals. The call had a special focus on freedom of speech, censorship, marginalized groups and culture and conflict. 18 projects were selected from the call in total and below you will find the six projects co-funded by Mimeta.
The project consists of organising meetings about literature to connect authors with the public. The invited authors engage in a discussion, concluding with a debate about the content of their literary work. Subsequently, a literary bulletin will be produced, that reflects on the meetings and provides a more extensive analysis of the presented works by eminent critics.
MoLi documents hate crimes and abuse based on sexual orientation, gender expression or identity. MoLi encourages the LGBT community to express itself through art in order to fight against discrimination and promote tolerance, as well as to build confidence. The project Lutte Contre le Silence will initiate six artistic workshops focusing on poetry, writing, theatre, photography, drawing and singing under the guidance of established artists.
Over the years, Cine droit libre has become a true space of expression, a tribune for the defence of human rights.
Mobile Cinema: Taking Film to the Margins in Sudan
A Master class in Khartoum that will lead to an exhibition and a publication. Participants are Sudanese photographers and photographers
After the revolutions and the political changes in the Arab region, there was a big need to work on the development of the environment of the cultural work in the region, in order to empower the cultural sector to play an effective role in the process of democratization.
The Abbara program is a comprehensive regional initiative, started in 2011, to build capacity in the independent cultural sector during the transitional period by offering multiple forms of support to selected organizations
Hassala Films (‘hassala’ means money box in Arabic) is an independent production house that was formed in 2010 by a group of independent artists who share the same ideas and thoughts about working in low budget forms to produce long debut projects (fiction and documentary) for talented young artists who seek for a challenge in what they want to say and take the maximum risk regarding their artistic tools. We set up Hassala Films to support young artists achieve their dream projects by offering them free information, cameras, edit suits, actors and extras, locations and efficient independent crew members who can work in deferment or low rate of salaries.