The Dome Project receives sustainability fund from Cultural Innovators Network
The Dome Project receives sustainability funding from Cultural Innovators Network for its next round of activities.
In its next phase, The Dome Project Vol.2 maintains its sociopolitical orientation (identification of grassroots solidarity & sustainability initiatives) and incorporates the topic of “humanitarian crisis” as regards the increasing flows of refugees approaching Europe of closed borders. How does Europe and its neighbor countries respond to this escalating phenomenon, costing the lives of thousands of people in their efforts to a safe and decent life? Elite political discourses and official European migration policies aside, which are the civic society organizations and grassroots initiatives that stand for refugees’ human rights? How do they contribute when mobility is hampered by Europe’s hard-line approach towards asylum and migration while security measures at the land and sea borders are heightened?