Educational programme

Higher education and professionals

As a Netherlands based organisation we have developed an educational programme for students in higher education and professionals already working in the field. The programme is built to share our experiences and to create awareness on how to use your skills to contribute to a more humane tomorrow.

Those studying and working now, will be shaping the future. We aim to inspire students in arts and social studies to actively use their talents for a better world. Furthermore we aim to humanise the people referred to as ‘refugees’.

Our method emphasises empathy, creativity, and resilience-building, equipping participants with practical strategies to address the multifaceted challenges faced by those affected by displacement. Through interactive workshops, case studies, and hands-on exercises, participants learn to harness the power of storytelling, play, and artistic expression to foster healing and empowerment.


Our programme offers a unique opportunity for individuals in higher education and professionals already active in their fields to immerse themselves in our methodology and develop the necessary tools to enact meaningful change. Through a carefully crafted curriculum, participants delve into the core principles of our approach, gaining insights into the complexities of working with displaced communities and vulnerable populations.

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The next generation

join us in creating change

Whether you’re an aspiring artist, a budding social worker, or simply someone who cares about making a difference, we invite you to join us in our mission. Together, we can harness the power of creativity to build a more just and equitable world for future generations.

Artists and social workers

Artists and social workers play a crucial role in addressing inequality and fostering social change. Artists have a unique ability to inspire empathy, provoke thought, and challenge norms through their creative expressions. Social workers, on the other hand, are trained to understand the root causes of inequality and provide support and advocacy for those who are marginalised or oppressed.

We believe in equipping the next generation of artists and social workers with a deep understanding of inequality and the tools to create meaningful change. Through our programs and workshops, participants learn about the complex issues of inequality and explore innovative and creative interventions that can make a difference.

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