The ACCESS network believes a more inclusive culture has the ability to facilitate greater understanding of individuals and their lives, increase empathy towards others and develop an appreciation of the diversity of human experience and cultures. Culture plays an important role in finding solutions to the complex issues of today’s urban metropoles.
A brief update from London and AmsterdamBefore we meet in Amsterdam on June 1st, London and Amsterdam would like to give you a brief update on the focus of their integrated action plan.
An update from Tallinn: brianstorm session in Naked Island workshopThe first half of the year has been very active for the ACCESS project ULG and team, as the action plan for cultural accessibility is being completed. This will be input to the culture operational program of Tallinn cultural field. As part of the preparatory process for the document, an ULG meeting and a brainstorming session took place in the beginning of May.
ACCESS End EventFrom 1 till 3 June we will showcase, reflect and celebrate the work we have been done during our ACCESS project on our final ACCESS End event in Amsterdam. It’s been a long time since we all saw each other in Dublin (February 2020), we are excited to see everyone again! Our partners will have the chance to present the outlines of their ACCESS work and tell us more about the way they will adapt their ACCESS work in their daily practice. Key core members and some of their local network members will be present during those days and some of URBACT’s representatives. Each day we will visit one of Amsterdam’s focus areas, so we can experience some culture and ACCESS work along the way. Here are some facts about the Amsterdam focus area’s that we will be visiting during our ACCESS End Event.
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