The Art of Being Human: Week of Tolerance

The Art of Being Human: Week of Tolerance
This year, the Week of Tolerance will kick off on 12 November. The highlights will include a dance premiere and the conference of ideas Children Speaking.

The Jewish Museum and Tolerance Centre is holding the Week of Tolerance 2018: The Art of Being Human series of events on 12-18 November, timed for the annual International Day for Tolerance on 16 November.

A World Where Everyone Matters will be the themeThe Week of Tolerance offers quests and games for the youngest; a conference of ideas for teenagers; seminars and trainings for students; educational and professional programmes for teaching staff; roundtable discussions; performances; and exhibitions. All of these events will be free of charge.

The hit of the programme will be a dance premiere. On 14 November at 7 pm, (Dora Mamalia (Israel) and Dariusz Nowac (Poland) will perform a duet, Into Me, See. Through movement, the dancers will tell a story of people’s unity and communication regardless of ethnic identity and language. After that, there will be a meeting with the two dancers where visitors will be able to discuss the performance and learn more about the project.

Other highlights will include the conference of ideas Children Speaking, a new ambitious project in the TED format. It will give teenagers an open mic opportunity to share their ideas, knowledge and even personal stories. The conference will take place on 13 November.

To attend the Week of Tolerance, please register in advance on the official website.