The project aims to provide people with disabilities in countries of Eastern Europe and Germany equal access to art and culture. We conduct advanced training courses, create online video courses on inclusion and accessibility, collaborate with cultural institutions, develop inclusive art projects, organize meetings of experts and much more.
Within two years (2022/2023) the INKuLtur-Project is implemented in Armenia, Georgia and Ukraine as well as in Germany.
In 2022 we have started together with our partner in South Caucasus the educational programme for multipliers in Georgia and in Armenia. It is an ongoing programme, that is providing by Caritas Aregak Foundation (Gyumri, Armenia) and Association Anika (Tbilisi, Georgia).
The main objective of these programme is to build a pool of multipliers, who can enhance the accessibility of museums, libraries, and theaters for individuals with disabilities.
In Ukraine we organize in 2022/2023 together with Foundation Step by step (Kyiv, Ukraine) webinar series on accessibility for people with disabilities as well as Field Research Visits for workers in cultural institutions. In addition, we carry out a Mini-Grants Programme within three cultural institutions in the region Vyshhorod, Ukraine received grants and implemented accessible measures.
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