Who we are

We are colleagues working in various types of organisation - NGO, museum, theatre, enterprise - from Finland, Germany, Greece, Poland, Serbia, and Spain. Some of us collaborated in the previous project "Connecting Memories. The Power of the Past and the Future of Europe". Others bring fresh energy in the group so that we enjoy an intense exchange and fruitful cooperation.

Our organisations

weltgewandt. Institut für interkulturelle politische Bildung e.V., Berlin/DE | Intercultural and civic-political education across Europe

Helinä Rautavaaran etnografisen museon säätiö, Espoo/FIN | Private museum enhancing cultural diversity for the benefit of the whole society

ACTION SYNERGY SA, Athens/GR | Development of education technologies, methodologies and e-learning courses. Focus: social inclusion

Akademia Humanistyczno-Ekonomiczna w Lodzi, Lódz/PL | Private university working on the base of its Technology of Creativity model

DAH THEATRE RESEARCH CENTER, Belgrade/RS | Modern theater techniques to create engaging art and initiate positive social change

A.M.E.F.E., Málaga/ES | Information and training regarding European programmes and the use of NNTT

Meet our team

Sophia Bickhardt

Social scientist, lecturer, trainer, author; project head of weltgewandt e.V.; based in Berlin/DE

The life is one of the most wonderful ones.

Katri Hirvonen-Nurmi

Chief curator at the Helinä Rautavaara museum, doctoral student in anthropology at University of Helsinki/FIN

Kamila Witerska, PhD

Educator, lecturer, performative trainer, author; based in Łódź/PL

Be the change you want to see in the world.” (Gandhi)

Dijana Milošević

Director at the DAH Theater Research Center, professor at the Institute for Artistic Dance, Belgrade, writer and lecturer

Jadranka Andjelic

Co-founder of DAH, theatre director, artistic director of various festivals,  workshop trainer and lecturer

Pedro Leiva

Degree in education, expert in computer systems, more than 10 years experience in EU projects

Byts and Body

How to deal with the current challenges? What could be considered an advantage of an online exchange, what are the limits? Is virtual learning the future? In which way? What kind of encounter and cooperation do we want?