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2° Issue – Call for contributions

European Edinost is looking for articles to contribute to its second issue about politics and future of memory. PhD students, artists and academics are invited to contribute with a short piece (max 6000 characters) on these topics: – Alterations of online/offline histories and uses of memory to prompt discrimination. Commemorations and politics of memory, have...
Ruhrorter, a Refugee Theatre in Germany: Artistic Reflection on Otherness

Ruhrorter, a Refugee Theatre in Germany: Artistic Reflection on Otherness

  “Germany has long immigration (hi)story. In addition to the existing immigration issues, with the recent refugee influx local, state and national cultural policies introduce new measures and funding schemes that advocate cultural democracy and promote the inclusion of immigrants and the refugees. Intercultural work has become the buzzword of many public funding programmes. Regarding...
ID and CV

ID and CV

Lucify.ch is a participative platform for migrant women in Switzerland. Through this platform we have the chance to express our own opinion, troubles, life-dilemma or story. This means that Lucify.ch is kind of a virtual public space for exchange. It is medium as well as space where foreign women can meet and share. As such...
Read EUROPEAN EDINOST 1°

Read EUROPEAN EDINOST 1°

&nbsp Read European Edinost 1 __________________________________ EUROPEAN EDINOST Issue 1 – Update the Partisan Written by social artists, curators, migrants, activists and academics, the European Edinost is a “program” in four issues supported by the European Cultural Foundation. Concept, editorial & Graphic: Alessio Mazzaro Social Media Intern: Enerel Erdenesaikhan Production Intern: Federica Marra Illustrations provided...
Re-sounding a partisan (micro)politics?

Re-sounding a partisan (micro)politics?

The accompanying sound file is a short excerpt ‘OoooO-Oooooo Medvedkine’ from a live, freely improvised sonic performance and discussion – Rhodiacéta (Re-)Response – that we, as Alchemy/Schmalchemy (A/S), generated on 17 October 2018 at Loughborough University in the UK. Our performance was in (re-)response to one of the exhibits in the Re-Imagining Citizenship exhibition, an...

The exercise of criticism. Pietro Gaglianò

The activism of protest movements and the artistic research represent, in the tradition of Western societies, the forces of thought in which the most important forms of criticism of the systems of power develop. In the first case, we have a social critique, structured and articulated from the bottom up, from the analysis of direct...
The Partisan Cemetery of Mostar.  The instrument, the monument, the nostalgia.

The Partisan Cemetery of Mostar. The instrument, the monument, the nostalgia.

The Mostar Partisan Cemetery is one of the most renown monument of the Herzegovina capital and Bosnia Herzegovina in general. It is the work of the architect Bogdan Bogdanović who built several other partisan monuments in Yugoslavia. It is said that before the war that torn Bosnia and Herzegovina apart from 1992 to 1995, Partizansko...
Emanuela De Cecco

Emanuela De Cecco

Genoa, now. Looking for words to not get lost, in an attempt not to be overwhelmed, I need silence, calm, to cope with a feeling of loss, difficulty, I miss the air. Genoa, now. A sense of impotence close to paralysis, I would like to try to find the way to accept the unacceptable. Accepting...

ANDREA in Paris

Let’s start with what I did to integrate myself. When I arrived in Paris, the city was not new to me, I had visited it several times before and my sister was living here. However, the decision to leave my country for a non defined period of time – three years now- had a strong...

CRISTINA in Bruxelles

  It’s not very easy to integrate in a new country, but it’s your choice if you want to stay isolated or go out and meet people. When I came here I did not know many people, so I started to search on internet some websites for expatriates and I started to meet people in...
Countermeasures 1

Countermeasures 1

Some countermeasures to fight hate online and offline, developed by the Southern Law Poverty Center, Parole O_Stili and Spenser Sunshine.     Ten ways to fight hate – Southern Law Poverty Center (US) The SPLC is dedicated to fighting hate and bigotry and to seeking justice for the most vulnerable members of our society. Using...

an email exchange with an US activist and expert of far right movements

a fictional name it’s been used to not disclose the real one of the interviewed.     7/24/2018 Dear Alexander Medem, 

I am writing you after having read your article which talks about educational and other non-violent work that U.S. antifascist groups engage in.

 My name is Alessio Mazzaro, and I am an artist based...