AAH-I CAPOR (7)

Arts, culture and peacebuilding

17.02.2012 by Dominik Lehnert

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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A beat for peace - 'Salam Bada'

30.03.2011 by Dominik Lehnert

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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Action Africa Help-International (AAH-I)

25.03.2011 by Dominik Lehnert

tl_files/avatars/AAHI.jpgAction Africa Help-International (AAH-I):
Dr. Baba Umar, Technical Director
bumar@actionafricahelp.org
www.actionafricahelp.org

Media for Peace training in Yei

06.10.2009 by Frank Müller

The Media for Peace Training, conducted from the 14th to the 22nd of September 2009, was an advanced workshop for a group of pre-selected individuals (21) involved in media production in Southern Sudan.

This workshop was organized by AAH-I CAPOR (http://www.actionafricahelp.org) and facilitated by Xchange Perspectives.

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Yebes Wen (where is father) - Lost Boy

18.04.2008 by Frank Müller

YEBES WEN is a song about the children of Southern Sudan and the challenges they are facing.

 

The song developed by Lost Boy and Sebastian Prams is part of the AAH-I CAPOR project, produced with the support of Xchange Perspectives in Yei, Southern Sudan.

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KAJU - SISTER DEE

07.04.2008 by Frank Müller

KAJU is a song about the women of Sudan and the challenges they are facing.

 

The song developed by Sister Dee is produced for the AAH-I CAPOR project with the support of Xchange Perspectives in Yei, Southern Sudan.

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Giant Puppetry in Sudan

14.02.2008 by Frank Müller

The latest creative CAPOR invention in Southern Sudan was launched on Thursday, 14th of February 2008 at Freedomsquare in Yei. About 500 boys and girls, women and men attended the first Giant Puppetry Show, tackling one of the currently most sensitive issues: Landownership and Ethnicity!

 

The invention itself and the Community Journalists producing this video were supported by Xchange Perspectives.

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