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On the 2nd of September 2016 46 experts in different aspects of intercultural diversity, coming from the Netherlands, Belgium and NRW, got together for the first conference in the course of TRANSFER INTERNATIONAL.

This event took place in the context of the youth theatre festival ASSITEJ in de Balie in Amsterdam.

The interesting contributions, the exchange of experinces, ideas and visions made this meeting a great day of inspiring discussions!

We are very much looking forward to continuing this exchange during TRANSFER INTERNATIONAL.

Anne Tüshaus from Landesmusikrat NRW and Sofie Joye wrote reports on this day:

http://www.lmr-nrw.de/aktuell/detail/nachrichten/transfer-international-fachgespraech-diversity-im-austausch-mit-den-niederlanden-belgien-und/

https://medium.com/@Sofie.Joye/flanders-state-of-the-culturally-diverse-arts-2df4793e2648#.vr3gpafim

 

Some impressions of the day:

The invited experts were:

from NRW:

  • Britta Bendieck – Duitsland Instituut Amsterdam / Universiteit van Amsterdam
  • Sebastian Brohn – Ringlokschuppen, Mülheim an der Ruhr
  • Ekaterina Degot – Akademie der Künste der Welt, Köln
  • Susanne Duewel – Ministry for family, children, youth, culture, sport NRW, Düsseldorf
  • Anna Heimbrock – Bürgerzentrum Schuhfabrik e.V., Ahlen
  • Robert Hillmanns – Zakk Kulturzentrum, Düsseldorf
  • Marijke Hoogenboom – Amsterdamse Hogeschool voor de Kunsten
  • Prof. Dr. Susanne Keuchel – Akademie Remscheid e.V., Remscheid
  • Johanna-Yasirra Kluhs – Interkultur Ruhr, Essen
  • Lale Konuk – Veedelsmanagement Ehrenfeld e.V., Köln
  • Renato Liermann – Jugendbildungsstätte Hagen, Berchum
  • Elke Moltrecht – Akademie der Künste der Welt, Köln
  • Frank Raddatz – author and dramaturge, NRW
  • Sabine Reich – Pottporus, Bochum
  • Hans-Georg Thönges – Goethe-Institut Niederlande, Amsterdam
  • Anne Tüshaus – Landesmusikrat NRW, Düsseldorf
  • Dr. Christian Esch – NRW KULTURsekretariat, Wuppertal
  • Dr. Christoph Benjamin Schulz – NRW KULTURsekretariat, Wuppertal

 

from Belgium:

  • Shari Aku Legbedje – Sociaal Fonds Podiumkunsten, Brussels
  • Mohamed Ikoubaân – Moussem, Brussels
  • Sofie Joye – Flanders Arts Institute, Brussels
  • Carolina Maciel de França – ARSENAAL/LAZARUS, Mechelen
  • Mehdi Maréchal – Demos, Brussels
  • Pascal Peerboom – Centre Bruxellois d’Action Interculturelle, Brussels
  • GaetanPoelman – Departement Culture, Youth, Sports & Media CJSM), Brussels
  • Kristin Rogghe – Koninklijke Vlaamse Schouwburg (KVS), Brussels
  • Pascal Verschuere – Departement Culture, Youth, Sports & Media (CJSM), Brussels
  • Felix de Clerck – Flanders Arts Institute, Brussels
  • Dirk De Wit – Flanders Arts Institutes, Brussels

 

from the Netherlands:

  • Inez Boogaarts – Consultant of NRW KULTURsekretariat & Dutch Performing Arts
  • Mavis Carrilho – Carrilho EC+C
  • Barbara Ferdinand – Policy Officer at Ministerie Onderwijs, Cultuur & Wetenschap (Ministry of Education, Culture & Science)
  • Conny Groot – MusicGenerations, Rotterdam
  • Marijke Hoogenboom – Amsterdamse Hogeschool voor de Kunsten
  • Patricia Kaersenhout – visual artist and activist
  • Suzanne Kortbeek – RAN INC / Titaan Producties, Amsterdam
  • Tsui-Saen Leung – Performing Arts Fund NL, The Hague
  • Lindsey Liefaard – right about now festival, Amsterdam
  • Sophie Logothetis – DutchCulture, Amsterdam
  • Tom Maasen – Netherlands Embassy, Berlin
  • Gabbi Mesters – Fonds voor Cultuurparticipatie, Utrecht
  • Susanne Moed – Performing Arts Fund NL, The Hague
  • Henriette Post – Performing Arts Fund NL, The Hague
  • Jacek Rajewski – Binoq Atana, Amsterdam
  • Milone Reigman – Likeminds, Amsterdam
  • Bianca Roelink – Policy Advisor Culture and Heritage, Province of Gelderland
  • Nadia Souirti – The Arc
  • Richtje Sybesma – Binoq Atana, Amsterdam
  • Joan Troenohardjo – RIGHTABOUTNOW Inc., Amsterdam
  • Maarten Van Hinte – RIGHTABOUTNOW Inc., Amsterdam
  • Wendy Veerman – VSBfonds, Utrecht