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LATEST NEWS

  • Report from the Congress

    Report from the Congress

    Thursday, July 17, 2014

    The 18th ASSITEJ World Congress and Festival was held in Warsaw, Poland from May the 23rd -31st this year. It was organized in coordination with ASSITEJ Poland within the framework of the Korczak International Festival of Theatre for Children and Young People.

    We want to thank our Polish colleagues for their enormous effort that made it possible to hold this important event for our organisation and to tell them that it fills us with pride that the Festival was dedicated to the emblematic figure Janusz Korczak, an extraordinary man, defender of the cultural rights of children during the Second World War.

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  • ASSITEJ

    ASSITEJ

    Thursday, July 17, 2014

    Dear friends and colleagues around the world,
    The members of the new Executive Committee, the work plan for the period 2014-2017, the new constitution, the minutes of the Congress and the reference book Policies and Protocols are now online in the About column of our Website.
    We hope these materials will be of interest to you.
    We would also like to remind you that the application period for the Next Generation Placement Program closes in a few days July 23.

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  • Assitej France / Assitej Germany : cooperation in Avignon

    Assitej France / Assitej Germany : cooperation in Avignon

    Wednesday, July 16, 2014

    International cooperation in the field of theatre for young audiences still needs to be developed. Some innovative projects show us the way and establish landmarks for others in the future. What are the keys to achieving an international cooperation project? Artists, theatres/festivals, mediators: who can act? How can we learn to work together? Which networks can we depend on to keep those projects circulating?
    Assitej France, with the partnership of SACD and LABO/O7, invites you to participate in a public debate based on concrete examples in Europe.

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MISSION

  • Mission

    ASSITEJ proposes to unite theatres, organizations and individuals throughout the world dedicated to theatre for children and young people.

    ASSITEJ is dedicated to artistic, cultural political and educational efforts and no decision, action or statement of the Association shall be based on nationality, political conviction, cultural identity, ethnicity, or religion.

    ASSITEJ promotes international exchange of knowledge and practice in theatre in order to increase creative co-operation and to deepen mutual understanding between all persons involved in the performing arts for young audiences.

ASSITEJ Networks & Projects

  • Friends of ASSITEJenter

  • NEXT GENERATION PROGRAMMEenter

  • write local. play global.
    connecting playwrights for young audience worldwideenter

  • ITYARN
    International Theatre for Young Audiences Research Networkenter

  • IIAN
    The International Inclusive Arts Networkenter