Migration is a natural law: everything moves, everybody migrates.
Respect the mobility of life.
Risk Change, a four-year project, reflects and co-constructs migration policies in EU and wider in innovative ways. The project covers the field of contemporary interdisciplinary culture, art and creativity connected to science, especially social and applied sciences and ICT.
In a time when Europe is facing major structural challenges, we want to allude to people to take a risk, if they want a change for the better. RISK is a key word for migrants and CHANGE is a key word for settled inhabitants / non-migrants.
The aim of the project is to consolidate active collaboration between different target audiences, especially between new immigrants and people living in multicultural communities or diasporas, by strengthening active interest in all public issues referring to social structures and the development of science and technology in a shared future. To this end, we also wish to set up a sustainable co-working model.
Risk Change is taking place under the honorary patronage of the President of the Republic of Slovenia Borut Pahor.
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Apart from KIBLA, the lead partner, the project is run by 9 other partners from 9 EU countries, as well as 26 associated partners (19 partners from EU countries and 7 non-EU members).
RISK CHANGE Partners:
Association for Culture and Education
Agency for Contemporary Art Exchange
Foundation for the Promotion of Social Inclusion in Malta
Muzej moderne i suvremene umjetnosti
Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art
MSUV :: МСУВ
Muzej savremene umetnosti Vojvodine
Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina
Novi Sad, Serbia
The Center for New Media Culture
Arts et Cultures Numériques
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Association for contemporary art X-OP
Project RISK CHANGE (2016–2020) is co-funded by the Creative Europe Program of the European Union.
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