DPC recently participated in the final day of the research project MENASMED: Minors and young African migrants in transcontinental route through the Strait of Gibraltar; study of the situation and proposals for intervention, funded by the Andalusian Agency for International Cooperation and Development Exp: 0I004/201. The conference was attended by the director of the Andalusian […]
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From our RAINDROPS Program we continue to raise awareness in educational institutions! Recently Emily and Alma shared a pleasant talk about the diverse migration experiences of people living in Seville with the students of the “Semester in Spain” program at Trinity Christian College Academy. In the conversation they shared about the circumstances that can lead […]
In April, in collaboration with students of Graphic Design of the School of Art of Seville, in a work done for the subject “Advertising Campaigns”, we launched the campaign “If with little we do a lot, imagine what we could do with more”, messages that aim to make visible the actions we take, tell a […]
Poder Migrante is a network of activists and collectives working for the rights of migrants. Its objective is to raise awareness and mobilize against structural racism, xenophobic discourses and policies that criminalize the migrant population. This network has its origin in self-organization and leadership of migrant/racialized individuals and groups. Understanding diversity and learning as “strengths”, […]
On April 22nd, DPC partner Laura Krisko and Veronica Woodsworth, part of our network of collaborators, organized a fundraiser dinner attended by 25 people in order to help to support our Starfish Program. The event, called “Spring Dinner”, was a fantastic fundraiser that brought together old and new friends and family. A delicious intercultural meal […]
Diálogos Para Construir recently participated in the presentation of a project to create flags as a symbol of personal identity, developed by students of Graphic Design at the School of Art of Seville. This project is based on the idea of detaching flags from their limiting meaning and excluding territorial sense, and enhancing their symbolic […]
Our dear Alpha recently participated in the program “No Te Rindas” broadcast on Canal Sur Radio. With his charisma and simplicity he shared part of his life in Liberia and his inclusion process when he arrived in Spain. In the program they talked about the importance of “affection”. Alpha explains what his life has been […]
Although it may seem to us that we have a lot of information and sensitized spaces to promote a society free of prejudice, hate speech and hate crimes, unfortunately, are still frequent. Many people continue to be disrespected because of their origin, ethnicity, sexual identity, ideology, etc., which makes it necessary to continue developing awareness […]
The Raindrops Program, through the Project “Youth, Society and Transformation”, is collaborating with the C.A.S. Program (Creativity, Activity, Service) of the International School San Francisco de Paula of Seville. The objective is to develop the skills of their students with creative actions at the SERVICE of society. Our proposal is divided into two main actions: […]
The third-year students of Graphic Design at the School of Art of Seville recently presented proposals for “social campaigns” inspired by the work of Diálogos Para Construir. An excellent initiative derived from the first actions of the Raindrops Program that we had with the Graphic Design teacher, Ana Lorente. With the objective of linking the […]