GLOBAL STAY TOURS is cultural peer exchange through the screen. The concept has proven to be a powerful instrument for global understanding, and it works without damaging our climate. In Denmark, Spor Media has organized many tours for cultural youth groups from countries in Latin America, Africa and Asia. In cooperation with KinderKulturKarawane in Germany we received the first youth group in 2004.
One year ago - in February 2020, the international conference “Sharing best practices around using Cultural Peer learning in the world” took place in Kigamboni (Tanzania). Despite the ongoing Covid19 pandemic, a lot has changed at our partner Kigamboni Community Centre (KCC). Several events and successes have recently been celebrated in Tanzania.
Discussing with the children the importance of taking care of our planet and how it can be done with small daily actions, was one of the main objectives of Brave Kids for Earth workshops. With this in mind and guided by Daniel Kiermut, the kids created this stop motion animation.
The rights of the child have become a priority in the international arena over the last few decades. However, serious problems persist today, posing a serious threat to human rights and especially to children. Poverty, discrimination, violence, exploitation and abuse unfortunately still accompany us in our daily lives.
Fredrick Dagharo shares his opinion on engaging young people for the Global Goals. Check out his amazing short movie highlighting Kigamboni's young people and their work about the SDGs in Dar Es Salaam in Tanzania.
Bolivia is going through a very difficult time on all levels: political, social, health care... We are governed by a group of people who have been elected very arbitrarily, starting with the President. She was elected by a group of people who belong to the oligarchic classes and are opposed to the government of Evo Morales.
The international conference Tanzania took place in February 2020 according to the motto “Sharing best practices around using Culture and Peer learning in the world. People from Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya and different countries in Europe joint CULPEER4change. The network comprises 17 partner organizations.