An emotional story showing the process of art and music workshop held in 2005 with youngsters with combine disabilities from Daily Care of Center for Cerebral Palsy South Backa district Novi Sad, Serbia.
The film presents a creative experience of artistic combination (theater, dance, music, story-telling, drawing) in the work with artists with disabilities on different projects from 1995-2002. There are no limits when art acts.
VISIBILITY OF THE INVISIBLE – SOCIAL EXCLUSION AND ACCESSSpeaker: Ljiljana Cumura
Ljiljana Cumura is a master in sociology, researcher and youth worker. Her expertise and research focuses are on sociology, methodology of teaching, disability politics, youth & community studies, participatory action research methodology, integration and migration. She implemented more than hundred projects and researches all over the Europe. Some of them are recognized as examples of good practice and are present in numerous scientific journals. Ljiljana holds ten awards for great impact in journalism, education, intercultural learning, music, documentary film, youth work, victimology and social welfare. She is visiting lecturer on VCC Academy Poland/CPS Academy Serbia for module “Project Management and EU Funds” and active member of Malta Sociological Association.
In some societies, gender-neutral terms are gaining influence, in the attempt towards ensuring that gender is not used as a means of blocking individuals from fulfilling their personal freedom, choices and opportunities in life. Postgendered theory claims that the removal of binary gender is liberatory and allows for a more inclusive society.
The aim of this conference is to create a space for a discussion and exploration of postgenderism and its effects on society. WIPSS and MSA invite contributions on related themes such as:
- Is Postgenderism the future of human society? - Is a postgendered society the way forward for gender equality? - What is a postgendered society? - Does Postgenderism redefine what is human?
The conference is organised by Work in Progress Seminar Series and the Malta Sociological Association. It will take place on Saturday 14th March in Valletta (venue to be announced in due course).
Sociologists and/or other social scientists, that is, persons with a recognized qualification in the field of social science, as well as tertiary level students of sociology and/or other social sciences are eligible for membership. MSA is a registered voluntary organisation in Malta (VO 1323)
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