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  • Organisation

    The Arène Théâtre is a non-profit economic interest group or social enterprise made up of entertainment and audiovisual workers headquartered in Karadjé in Commune V in Niamey. It is registered under number RCCM-NI-NIM-2006-C-030 of the Chamber of Commerce of Niamey.
    Arène Théâtre is a community of entertainment and audiovisual workers in which each member is at the same time an employee, a director and an owner.The Assembly of Members appoints from among its members a legal representative and a manager who is the artistic director.

    Today the staff of Arène theater is composed of:

    • An administrative and financial affairs officer
    • A communication officer
    • A logistics manager
    • Actors, musicians, technicians, scenographer
    • Organisation

      The Arène Théâtre is a non-profit economic interest group or social enterprise made up of entertainment and audiovisual workers headquartered in Karadjé in Commune V in Niamey. It is registered under number RCCM-NI-NIM-2006-C-030 of the Chamber of Commerce of Niamey.
      Arène Théâtre is a community of entertainment and audiovisual workers in which each member is at the same time an employee, a director and an owner.The Assembly of Members appoints from among its members a legal representative and a manager who is the artistic director.

      Today the staff of Arène theater is composed of:

      • An administrative and financial affairs officer
      • A communication officer
      • A logistics manager
      • Actors, musicians, technicians, scenographer
    • Project

      The project “Beyond prison!” empowers women and underage girls imprisoned in women’s and minors’ detention centres in Niamey, Kollo and Say. Through multidisciplinary theatre, the group works with women in detention to overcome their problems and change their behaviour in favour of their social inclusion inside and/or outside the prisons.

      The participants are in a creative process of rebuilding their identity and gaining emotional stability in a collective and individual way. They are equipped to challenge institutions, their families, neighbours, and friends to become aware of their responsibilities and rights. The project also empowers them to receive more support and build a stronger foundation for their social integration and/or freedom.

  • Project

    The project “Beyond prison!” empowers women and underage girls imprisoned in women’s and minors’ detention centres in Niamey, Kollo and Say. Through multidisciplinary theatre, the group works with women in detention to overcome their problems and change their behaviour in favour of their social inclusion inside and/or outside the prisons.

    The participants are in a creative process of rebuilding their identity and gaining emotional stability in a collective and individual way. They are equipped to challenge institutions, their families, neighbours, and friends to become aware of their responsibilities and rights. The project also empowers them to receive more support and build a stronger foundation for their social integration and/or freedom.

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