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LATEST NEWS

  • Iceland : Open call for performances

    Iceland : Open call for performances

    Tuesday, August 26, 2014

    ASSITEJ Iceland - International Performing Arts Festival for Young Audiences
    21st – 26th April 2015

    The third edtion of the annual ASSITEJ Iceland festival is to be held in Reykjavík on the 21st to 26th of April 2015 in conjunction with the Reykjavík Children’s Culture festival.

    Last year the ASSITEJ festival welcomed over 2.500 audience members and participants during its four day program which included a mix of theatre and dance performances, workshops and smaller events for children of all ages. In 2015 ASSITEJ Iceland will invite both new Icelandic performances and at least two performances from abroad. All performance fields are taken into consideration.

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  • ASSITEJ

    ASSITEJ

    Friday, July 25, 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 September 15.

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  • ASSITEJ demands protection of children

    ASSITEJ demands protection of children

    Friday, July 25, 2014

    We, the Executive Committee of ASSITEJ, the International Association of Theatre for Children and Youth, call upon leaders to demand the protection of children in Gaza, Palestine, in Israel and in all violent regions globally.
    ASSITEJ believes in protecting the rights of children everywhere, and is fully committed to the 1989 Declaration of the Rights of the Child which focuses on four core principles, including the right to life, survival and development. We work through the medium of theatre and the arts to ensure that every child experiences the fullness of what life can offer them.

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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