INKuLtur – For Inclusion and Cultural Participation

The project aims to provide people with disabilities in countries of Eastern Europe and in Germany equal access to art and culture. We conduct advanced trainings, create online video courses on inclusion and accessibility, collaborate with cultural institutions, develop inclusive art projects, organize meetings of experts and much more.

2022-2023 the INKuLtur-Project has been implementing its activities in Armenia, Georgia, and Ukraine as well as in Germany.

In 2022 together with our partners we have started an educational programme in South Caucasus for multipliers from Georgia and Armenia. It is an ongoing programme realized by the Caritas Aregak Foundation (Gyumri, Armenia) and the Association Anika (Tbilisi, Georgia). The main goal is to build a pool of multipliers, who can enhance the accessibility of cultural institutions for individuals with disabilities.

Watch a video about the journey of the Fellowship Program for Multipliers in Armenia, which was a part of this project.

Together with the Step By Step Foundation in Kyiv, Ukraine we organized a series of webinars on accessibility for people with disabilities as well as field research visits for employees of cultural institutions. A mini-grant programme was also carried out in Ukraine, which allowed three cultural institutions in the region Vyshhorod to implement accessible measures and thus become more inclusive.

For more information about the project INKuLtur – for Inclusion and Cultural Participation please download our flyer.

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Our Project Partner Organizations

Step by step (Ukraine)

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Emili Aregak (Armenia)

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Association Anika (Georgia)

The League of the Strong (Ukraine)

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This project is a part of the INKuLtur-Programme and is implemented by Dialogue For Understanding e.V in collaboration with partners from Ukraine, Armenia, Georgia, and Germany starting from 2022, until the end of 2023.

This project is funded by the Federal Foreign Office

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