Moleskine Foundation and Ethale Publishing to launch first ever articles in Emakhuwa on Wikipedia
A new AfroCuration series kicking-off on September 4th and 5thFind out more →
Creativity Pioneers Support Fund
Creativity Pioneers Support Fund is a one-time funding program for the non-profit organizations that use creativity as a tool for social change, that are currently facing the impact of Covid-19 pandemic.Learn More →
Giving Africa greater visibility on Wikipedia by expanding the range, quality and amount of Africa-relevant information while transforming schools from knowledge receivers to knowledge producers.Learn More →
AtWork is an itinerant educational format, conceived by Moleskine Foundation and Simon Njami, that unlocks the creative potential of young people through critical thinking, growing their sense of self-awareness and self-confidence, and stimulating their changemaking attitude.Learn More →
The Foundation cultural publication, aiming to highlight and deepen our programs and initiatives, through the voices and experiences of our partners and beneficiaries.
Folios is our compass while exploring and discovering new frontiers in the field of creativity for social change.
Creativity Pioneers Podcast
The new podcast exploring the link between creativity and social change.
It provides new perspectives and unconventional ideas to amplify our creativity, critical gaze and imagination.
|Over 1300 unique works created by artists who contribute to raise awareness on the theme of creativity as a tool for social change and to spread the culture of sharing and giving.|