“Creative Arts for CHange” is a project implemented by Clown Me In (Beirut DC) and Clowns Without Borders Sweden over two years, from 2017-2019. It involves training 24 artists in social therapy, game therapy, clowning, improv and puppetry. These artists then go to refugee camps and disadvantaged communities around the country to give workshops to groups of teenagers and adults.
In 2017 we trained female artists to work with women and teenage girls and in 2018 we trained male artists to work with men and teenage boys.
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Twelve female artists have been trained and they started moving around the country to give sessions to different groups of teenage girls and women from disadvantaged communities. Check out the amazing results in the videos below