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Radio Morobo: “A welcome community asset”

13.02.2015

tl_files/media/Articles/2013_Nik_Morobo.jpgXchange Perspectives (XcP) supported the GIZ Governance Programme (GovPro) to establish a Community Radio Station in Morobo County, Central Equatoria State, Republic of South Sudan. Ochan A. Hannington provides insight into the Radio Morobo project.

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A call for arms

12.02.2015

tl_files/media/Articles/2013_Basti_ACallForArms_ATP.jpgThe film ‘A call for arms: Community security and arms control in Darfur’, produced by Xchange Perspectives (XcP) for BICC, sheds light on the traditional-leader led approach to control arms, outlining different aspects of the initiative and how it benefits the people of Darfur.

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“The Five” premiere

01.08.2014

tl_files/media/Articles/Pictures/TheFive.jpg“The Five — Merry-Go-Round to Fantomia” is the title of a play by the theatre on stilts project Merula. “The Five” will premiere Saturday evening 08:00PM, August 2, 2014 at the Albanian League in Prizren, Kosovo -- don’t miss.

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‘We are about two metres tall’

02.07.2014

tl_files/media/Articles/Pictures/2013_08_25_KosvoStiltPerformance.jpgFollowing last year’s successful launch of the theatre on stilts project ‘Merula’ in Kosovo, the team gathers again in July to advance their skills and stage a performance on August 1 and 2, a tale that places a couple of young heroes and dreamers in exile.

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Juba Youth

20.02.2014

tl_files/media/Articles/Pictures_2/Juba_YouthPic.jpgXchange Perspectives (XcP) supported Weltfilme e.V. to implement the Juba Youth project in South Sudan. XcP and Weltfilme worked with five South Sudanese film-makers to produce fictional and documentary short films on issues affecting the youth and their way of living in South Sudan.

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‘We can do it all’

07.07.2013

tl_files/media/Articles/Pictures/2012_11_Nepal_Felix.jpgIn 2012 XCP landed in Nepal for the first time, carrying out amazing activities, which bridged different worlds: East and West, young and old, students and teachers, the Deaf and the hearing.

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Restoring hope in Kawangware

13.04.2012

tl_files/media/Articles/Pictures/Streetchildren_00.jpgXchange Perspectives (XCP) and its thirteen partners rally to bring the issues of street children up to the surface of Kenyan society and politics. This is an initiative to bring up the voice of Kenya’s street children so that their rights are no longer ignored. It as well aims at sharing knowledge and skills with some of the many street children in Kenya.

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Arts, culture and peacebuilding

17.02.2012

tl_files/media/Articles/Pictures/Art_Peace_01.jpgIn recent years, arts-based approaches to conflict transformation have gained increased attention and prominence from a range of disciplines. There is an ever increasing number of individuals and civil society organisations utilising the arts for the positive transformation of societal conflicts. Since 2005, Xchange Perspectives has been active in South Sudan, working at the nexus of arts, culture and peacebuilding.

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Club Infantil - Nicaraguan kids in action

09.11.2011

tl_files/media/Articles/Pictures/Jinotega_Kai_01.jpgA future where we are all aware of the conditions of marginalized segments of society and their potential! For the past eighteen years, the Club Infantil in Jinotega, Nicaragua has been dedicating considerable time and effort working along the lines of this vision. An Xchange Perspectives member recently volunteered for over three month, supporting Nicaraguan kids in action.

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A beat for peace - 'Salam Bada'

30.03.2011

tl_files/media/Articles/Pictures/Peace_At_Last.jpgPeace as a state of being transfuses all levels of life from the
social and the political, to the ethical and the spiritual. The interconnectedness of all these realms is essential to identify and grasp, as acting on one level influences and shapes all others. And where does peace start? It starts from the heart, as Lost Boy, a musician supported by Xchange Perspectives sings.

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