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Palästinensisches Theater benötigt technische Hilfe
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Auf Bitte der Evangelischen Kirche in Deutschland, Arbeitskreis Kirche und Theater, veröffentlichen wir folgende Bitte, um Unterstützung für ein palästinensisches Theaterprojekt:

"Let us work together to replace despair with HOPE, fear with HUMAN SECURITY and humiliation with DIGNITY”


Letter of Inquiry

INAD theatre started in a small scale 1987. In the nineties it became a professional theatre. We had then a pocket theatre with 80 chairs. During the second intifada our building was bombed nine times during the first invasion to Bait Jala. Now we have just an office with a studio for rehearsals on the second floor. The place is rather primitive, the studio is in great need of repairing, the paint in the ceiling is falling down. INAD is now a mobile theatre, going out to schools and other organizations for performances and teaching drama and theater .
Working with the children.
Right from the start INAD has emphasized working with children and youth to provide them with an alternative means of expression, both as audience and participant. We are including social issues in the plays and giving them space to discharge their thoughts, fears and emotions. Particularly in those areas shelled by the Israeli missiles and tanks or attacked by Israeli settlers, this is very important to give children a repose from the traumas and chocks in their surroundings. The adults around us are preoccupied with their own distress.

While children of the world over are protected from targeted violence by international agreements such as the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC, 1989), children and especially adolescents in the oPt continue to endure school closures, harassment, checkpoints, and hostility directed at them by the IDF and Israeli settlers on a seemingly interminable basis.
Depending on our awareness of these facts, Inad Theater worked on the implementation of a school-based, educational drama program in the Occupied West Bank for more than 27 years.
Inad Theater had launched the program (Theatre for Human Rights) to serve as a social-friendly tool for human rights education and a multi-colored umbrella covering a number of basic human rights issues. It offers practical training to youth who want to foster human rights awareness and action among their communities and primary and their clubs, including suggestions for developing learning activities. The project will be human rights based emphasizing basic human rights principles such as participation, equal opportunities and nondiscrimination, inclusion, Transparency and Accountability,, culture sensitive, gender mainstreaming, tolerance, and community ownership.
Now Inad Theatre is entering a new stage of processing its own training hall where it will be a place to implement all our activities for all society groups.
Inad is suffering from the lack of scarcity in financial resources and trying to find resources
To pass out from this crisis and start the trainings.
Requirements for Inad’s training hall
1- Installation and maintenance of sound and light system.
2- Installation of projector and projector white screen.
3- Equipments for control room.
4- Professional filming equipments.

Samia E. Abu Hmud
Administrative Director
Inad Center for Theater and Arts

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