for ourselves and for others. What compassion means is to accept ourselves and others without judgment, without preference. We start with ourselves, accepting ourselves so we don’t continue the punishment.
It is a result of The Brave Kids Artistic Instructor Training and Practical Dissemination Project — a two-year (2017-2018) project of the Song of the Goat Theatre Association co-funded by Creative Europe Programme of the European Union. It aims to support an ongoing expansion of the Brave Kids Project while ensuring its continued quality and integrity. The core activities of the project include extended training workshops for artistic instructors, recruitment and training for new artistic instructors in new project sites, as well as the development and publication of an integrated online manual of the Brave Kids model. More than a static written document, this manual is an interactive platform that aims to engage a larger audience of new partners and collaborators, exchange best practices, and share the Brave Kids ethos on a larger scale.
We wish to express our gratitude and appreciation to the European Commission, the Creative Europe Programme, and our fabulous project partners in making this project happen:
- Charitable Foundation “Caritas Georgia” — Tbilisi, Georgia
- Fundacja Świat na Wyciągnięcie Ręki — Warsaw, Poland
- Fundacja Wymiany Kulturowej to TU to TAM — Przemyśl, Poland
- Haliganda Association — Košice, Slovakia
- MiniArtShow by Ioana Ginghina — Dragomiresti Deal, Romania
- Toleranti Association of Samtskhe-Javakheti Region — Akhaltsikhe, Georgia
- Women's Charitable Organization "Our Vision" — Zhydachiv, Ukraine
- Song of the Goat Theatre Association, Wrocław, Poland — lead partner.
Authors of the Brave Kids manual 2017-2018:
Gabriel Almagro, Grzegorz Bral, Iwona Frydryszak, Mateusz Mefo Godlewski, Kamila Kamińska, Ilona Krawczyk, Kathy Lawson, Jacek Timingeriu, Katarzyna Timingeriu, Mary Sadowska, Justyna Warecka.
Video: Karolina Bendera, Tamar Kelaptishvili, Pascal Production, Anna Stohrm.
Photos: Filip Basara, Mateusz Bral, Ela Korsak, Sławek Przerwa, Piotr Spigiel, Anna Stohrm, Aleksandra Twardowska.
This project has been founded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.