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Engaging our senses in our understanding of human rights.


Children Can Do a Lot

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Tabula Rasa: Poetry Night

An evening of spoken word featuring poets from across the globe reimagining dominant narratives


More Than Noise: Interactive Audio

What happens when we stop and listen to all the sounds that make up our everyday lives?


If These Walls Could Talk: Mural Painting

Mural paintings inspired by the stories of children and young people in The Lawrence House, South Africa


The Rights Studio Festival

An invitation to play with, break with and reshape how we engage with human rights across generations.


In My Feelings About Climate Change: In Conversation

SustyVibes founder Jennifer Uchendu in conversation with Clover Hogan, Elizabeth Wathuti & Britt Wray (PhD)


Collective Vibrations

Crowd-sourced everyday sounds turn into a live music session with Mel Uye-Parker

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Break To Create

Venice Biennale 2019 as part of the Artivism Pavilion. Breaktocreate was developed as a part of ARTIVISM, the first-ever human rights pavilion at the Venice Biennale in 2019.

Little Inventors

Children must take part in climate and environmental decisions – they care, have rights and their ideas, passion and imaginations can inspire adults to urgently act to save our planet from irreversible destruction.