performance discourse on gender and gender inequality
About the debate
Rainbow over the Alps is a performative discourse for the youth aimed to shed light on topics such as gender and gender inequality. The discourse, organized within the Future=NOW! A Youth Manifesto will with the unique format of a TV quiz engage the audience and allow individuals to contribute their thoughts and opinions on topics.
The debate will feature prominent voices in the field, their diverse perspectives and experiences will offer a comprehensive exploration of the complex issues surrounding gender and gender inequality.
Rainbow over the Alps aims to create a space for critical reflection and dialogue on gender and gender inequality. We wish to not only raise awareness but also spark conversations and action towards a more inclusive and equal future.
- Lia Bordon
- Tonja Jerele
- Evan Grm
Moderated by: Trafika Čik Kunt
About the project Future=NOW! A Youth Manifesto
With Future = NOW! A Youth Manifesto (FuN!), co-funded by the European Union through the Creative Europe Programme (Culture), we are working with the young generation to design a field of intersections between art and activism on issues that are at the heart of their future, their concerns. Through activism and performance art practices, we aim to redefine the forums of the 21st century, to engage audiences in individual site-specific actions and to start a debate through participatory practices.
The FuN! project calls us all together to really connect, not only at local and national level, but also transnationally and cross-sectorally. The project focuses on gender issues, the environmental crisis and social inclusion.
In short: this is FuN's way of tackling today's most exciting and dynamic social issues of the future. Youth with youth for youth. More about the project.
The performative discourse is part of the project Future=NOW! A Youth Manifesto.
This project has been co-funded with support from the European Commission, Creative Europe programme, Culture.
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