Through music, the Migrants Music Manifesto Project (MMM) aims to dispel prejudices and to alert the population to the positive contributions of migrants and refugees in Europe. The project is co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme - European Commission.
Partners in France, Belgium, Germany, Italy and Greece will develop tools and methods for mediators that promote intercultural dialogue and the integration of migrants and refugees. They will also organize international residences, bringing together musicians and audiences with a migration background, gathering information on the intangible and musical heritage and offering a mentoring cycle on instruments and musical skills.
Music can stimulate the acceptance of cultural minorities in urban areas in Europe and the tools can be used to promote multilingualism. The project offers cultural operators a space to share creative common ground,
aimed at enhancing minority cultures, and more particularly those of migrants and refugees. The main objective of this space is to strengthen intercultural dialogue, mutual understanding and respect for other cultures in order to contribute to the social integration of migrants and refugees.
Migrants Music Manifesto, mobilizes European cultural operators who wish to renew and share their know-how in the promotion of minority cultures.
Musiques de Nuit diffusion / Rocher de Palmer (France; leader of the project)
Le LABA (France; coordinator of the project for Musiques de Nuit diffusion)
CNRS / EHESS - Ecole des Hautes Etudes et Sciences Sociales (France)
EDRA - Kinonikes Sineteristikes Drastiriotites Efpathon Omadon (Greece)
alba KULTUR (Germany)
Associazione Abusuan - Abusuan Intercultural Centre (Italy)