AtWork Tour 2018 “I had a dream”

AtWork Kampala, foto di Clare McLay

Calling all dreamers!

We are happy to announce the news about our itinerant educational format AtWork. This year we have decided to unite all the 4 chapters that we are going to implement under the same umbrella topic: AtWork Tour 2018 “I had a dream”. 100 participants, 100 dreams, 100 projects.
Our advisor Simon Njami comments on the topic: “It is a school of freedom and social engagement, for, no changes can be achieved by one person alone. If Nelson Mandela, Mahatma Ghandi or Martin Luther King, to name a few dreamers, succeeded in their endeavours, it was mainly because they were able to convince outside of their ego. It is time to tell those kids who represent our future that there is no such a thing as fatalism. We were born what we were born, but we always become what we did. In few words, ‘I Had a Dream” is a call for action, here and now.”

The call to action this year also includes an open call for participation. Young creative talents and students from different fields from all over the world can apply for any of the 4 chapters of the tour: Rome, Ndjamena, Kampala, Harare. The Moleskine Foundation will be giving out a number of scholarships for each chapter that will cover the workshop participation costs. Find out all the details of the call here.

Help us inspire a new generation of creative thinkers and share the news about the call for participation through your networks to allow more participants to have access to this unconventional educational experience that fosters critical thinking and creative doing.

We are convinced that creativity is one of the key drivers for social change.
Stay tuned to discover the dream map of the current generation weaved on the pages of the notebooks created during the “I had a dream” AtWork Tour workshops!