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Vignettes on the Fundamental Rights of the European Union


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e Mediterraneo

Project co-fi nanced by the European Commision DG Justice, Freedom and Security (Actions relating to Fundamental Rights Preparatory Actions 2004) Italian Institute of Culture

Vlašská 34 Praga 1 8th – 22nd December 2006 2nd – 12th January 2007 Monday to Thursday 10 am - 5 pm Friday 10 am - 2 pm

Italian Institute of Culture Info tel. +420 257 090 685 Multicultural Center Prague tel +420 296 325 345 infocentrum@mkc.cz Africa e Mediterraneo www.africaemediterraneo.it redazione@africaemediterraneo.it tel. +39 051 840166 The project Manifesta!is organized

by the association Africa e Mediterraneo with the following partners:

L’Afrique Dessinée Paris In collaboration with:


Italian Institute of Culture Vlašská 34

7th December 2006 - 12th January 2007

Vignettes on the Fundamental Rights of the European Union



The project

Manifesta! is a European project aiming to promote the awareness and respect of the Charter of Fundamental Ri- ghts among the citizens of Italy, France and Czech Re- public through the creative expression of vignettes and humoristic cartoons, with a special attention to school-


The initiative involves European and non-European professional artists and promotes the acti- ve participation of European society in a global refl ection on the Fundamental Rights through

an artistic competition. The ma- terial produced is exhibited in four international exhibitions and published in a multi-lan- guage catalogue; postcards and

posters representing the most signifi cant vignettes allow the realisation of the exhibition in Italian, French and Czech schools, in order to promote the knowledge of the Charter in a funny and effective way.

The exhibition

The exhibition Manifesta! presents a selection of the best works participating to the Manifesta! Competition and some of the works realized by professional artists coming from Italy, Czech Republic, France, England and Africa.

The exhibition leads the visitors in an ideal journey across the Charter of Fundamental Ri-

ghts of the UE and allows them to deepen his knowledge of it throu- gh 36 vignettes illustrating the 6 Chapters of the Charter: Dignity, Freedom, Equality, Solidarity, Ci- tizenship, Justice. The main re- cipients of the initiative are kids from 6 to 14 years old, who have the possibility to approach the basic theme of human rights in a funny but effective way.

The exhibition will be opened by a conference on the subject of human rights and of illustra- tion as an effective tool for social communication; the partners of the

project, local experts in human rights and some of the artists will participate to the event.

Opening of the exhibition

on Thursday 7th December 2006 at 4PM


Luciana Rocca, director of the Italian Institute of Culture Prague

Andrea Marchesini Reggiani, project director Africa e Mediterraneo

Petr Lobotka, Multicultural Center Prague Giulia Guerrini, intercultural expert Africa e Mediterraneo

Andrea Barsova, Government Council for Human Rights Czech artists participating to the project will attend the inauguration:

Lubomír Lichý, Radek Steska, Pavel Starý, Jiří Novák.

During the inauguration the Czech winner of Manifesta!

competition Tereza Fuxová and Daniel Ladman, special men- tion of the Jury, will be awarded.

Opening buffet at 6 PM


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