We are part of a professional network united by the desire to experiment with new practices and methodologies in order to create a more equitable and resilient future. Together, we investigate new models of social inclusion based on a broad design perspective.
Melting Pot Europe promote citizenship rights. They are an independent communication platform, born in 1996, in which associations, experts, lawyers, professors, activists, journalists, photographers and video-makers contribute. Their aim is to create accessible pathways for information related to citizenship rights.Read more
Arte Útil roughly translates as "useful art" in English. The project not only believes that art is useful but also a tool or device for social change. Arte Útil draws on the artistic process to imagine, create and implement strategies that change the way we act in society.Read more
Design for Migration is a virtual space where projects are brought together. Despite their differences, all projects embrace the connecting theme of migration. The platform is open to any contribution that addresses migration flows through a design perspective.Read more
Corriere delle Migrazioni Africa is an online magazine that focuses on migrants in Italy and abroad, through forced or voluntary means. It is published by the social development association called Giù le Frontiere. Giù le Frontiere was formed from the protest, “Day Without Us”, which occurred on March 1st, 2010. This protest highlighted to the mainstream the crucial economic benefits that migrants bring to Italian companies.Read more
The Leone Moressa Foundation is a research institute founded in 2002. It is an initiative of the Association of Artisans and Small Businesses Mestre CGIA who specialize in the study of migration. The Leone Moressa Foundation promotes scientific research which investigates the economic benefits of migration in Italy.Read more
Atlas of Transitions is a three-year project in which ten partners from seven countries (Italy, Albania, Belgium, Poland, France, Greece and Sweden) collaborate. The project explores intercultural exchanges between European citizens and newcomers, through the means of performing arts, creative processes, and collaborative research study.Read more
Macro Asylum is a new device conceived by curator, Giorgio de Finis, which transforms the New Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome into a real living organism. It is a hospitable and interactive space that invites people, knowledge and disciplines to meet and collaborate in a logic of constant openness. Talking Hands collaborate with Macro Asylum on "B&W - Black & White, The Migration Tendency". This project investigates the way one dresses as a means of communicating identity.Read more