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  • Organisation

    NGO GONI is an organisation composed of mainly artists. GONI engages itself in scientific symposia on one hand and on the other hand, has activities geared towards societal development including concerts, trainings, and conferences that inform and raise awareness about the plagues that undermine the society. Since 2012, the organisation’s is known for organising the International Festival of Slam and Humour. The festival is held every year and the 8th edition is scheduled to take place on October 2019.

    • Organisation

      NGO GONI is an organisation composed of mainly artists. GONI engages itself in scientific symposia on one hand and on the other hand, has activities geared towards societal development including concerts, trainings, and conferences that inform and raise awareness about the plagues that undermine the society. Since 2012, the organisation’s is known for organising the International Festival of Slam and Humour. The festival is held every year and the 8th edition is scheduled to take place on October 2019.

    • Project

      Your turn to speak project reduces inequalities between people without disabilities (PWDs) and those with disabilities. This is done by using an expression framework created for PWDs, who are trained on it in workshops. The framework focuses on public speaking techniques and gives PWD’s the necessary tools to voice their rights as well as express themselves freely.

      The project also provides a platform where PWDs create one or more texts (written or vocal) in the form of slam/poetry on their life stories including their wishes, the realities they live in, the barriers to their inclusion within their communities, their expectations towards themselves and towards those without disabilities.

  • Project

    Your turn to speak project reduces inequalities between people without disabilities (PWDs) and those with disabilities. This is done by using an expression framework created for PWDs, who are trained on it in workshops. The framework focuses on public speaking techniques and gives PWD’s the necessary tools to voice their rights as well as express themselves freely.

    The project also provides a platform where PWDs create one or more texts (written or vocal) in the form of slam/poetry on their life stories including their wishes, the realities they live in, the barriers to their inclusion within their communities, their expectations towards themselves and towards those without disabilities.

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