inTalk &Play~Well Sessions
BGF2030: bertrieblicher Gesundheitsförderung2030;
Community Health Program
ArtResponse C-19. Solidarity in the time of COVID-19-crisis
sektorenübergreifende Bildungspartnerschaften, Projekte und Kooperationen:
BGF2030 Art&Health: Sicher2030
Talk Sessions, ArtVital Workhops
·Orange Feather Greet:
learning to practice attentive relations: Storytelling und kreatives Werkstatt
° Mädchen- und Frauenspezifische Mode (Gespräche mit österreichischen Designerin Elke Freytag)
· kritische Auseinandersetzung mit Geschlechterrollen- und Konzepten
Körperintegrität: Tanz/Yoga Workshops und Gesprächsrunden über Körperkulturen- und
· Migration, Integration, Identitätskonzepte (Gesprächsrunden, Kunstprojekte)
. Generation Equality:SDG5 (Lesungen, Konferenzbesuche, Vernetzung)
. Preventing Violence against Women in close relationships through early gender-sensitive education
. 1325 - UN Security Council Resolution on Women, Peace, and Security: projects:
Rosa M. Peace Alliance F*Air
Educational Fashion-Project: "Ich tupfe Rosa dahin wo es mir gefällt ... "
with Austrian and international designers, representatives from art, media, politics
and other fields on lifestyles, diversity and gender roles, co-existence and response-ible "self in context"
ACD- Ambassadors for this platform:
1. ACD- Ambassador for Beratung.Training.Coaching: Ms. Ina Biechl
1. ACD- Ambassador for FashionArtEdu: Austrian Fashion Designer Ms. Elke Freytag,
1. ACD- Ambassador for LifeStyle: Austrian/International Actress and Yoga lifestyle practitioner Ms. Natalie Alison
1. ACD- Ambassador for Airshow tours and SDG5 in Pakistan, Ms. Asiya Mughal
Initiative for improvement of the UNSCR 1325 through educational sessions and activities for Women to be actively engaged in Peace keeping missions, conflict mitigation and their active envolvment in decision making processes.
Projects in development: F*Air
Rosa M. Peace Alliance1325
ACD – platform LifeArts has been launched for educational purposes with the aim to contribute to the current debates on gender equality and freedom of expression through interdisciplinary research, educational sessions, creative workshops, and public events. Dance workshops, Yoga sessions, and Talk sessions on IR Feminism, fashion, and lifestyles are organized by ACD and partner institutions, ACD- ambassadors, and special guests.
Fashion can be instrumental in shaping the tone and nature of identity and gender relations. It is also an actual vessel of political legitimacy and unique space for artists, audiences, and other stakeholders in cultural and educational management. In this regard, the ACD team has initiated developed partnerships and have developed educational sessions within the field of the fashion industry, with the aim to reach a wide population by providing gender-sensitive education through fashion and lifestyle-oriented activities.
Fashion can positively stimulate interaction among nations, as a contemporary gathering of individuals who share and exchange their creative works toward common benefit and development.
Fashion has symbolic power, in terms of representation. Its exhibition constructs and persuades meaning through demonstrating. Especially traditional clothes transfer social standards and cultural concepts with regard to the body, gender, aesthetics, gesture, taste, and cultural roles.
Hence, the symbolic power of „fabrics“ for the development of identity, imposes in some way the specter of the legitimacy of the social order. In its political importance, fashion can raise awareness for diverse nations and cultures, but also for individuals and their contribution to the positive change and prosperity to communities.
Fashion media plays a significant role in providing trends, attitudes, and values.
Fashion shows, fashion magazines, fashion blogging and all kinds of social media have become a major outlet for spreading trends and promoting causes, such as health-oriented behavior, but also to initiate changes of lifestyles, values, and attitudes, set trends and contribute to the political changes regarding the position of women in the society, women rights and education for girls, so as provide constructive solutions and models for the development of the wider sense of belonging within a global homeland.
Brands have a potential for economical and educational empowerment of women and girls within developing countries and beyond. Building brand awareness and credibility for traditional crafts and techniques, fabrics, patterns and design, the fashion industry can support especially female designers, which are the largest group of workers within this industry in developing countries to reach better working and life conditions, better staging of the self within family and society through economical independence and education and train young entrepreneurs across all countries to learn how to connect and to support other projects and initiatives through their engagement.
Cooperation among professionals from creative industries (fashion, media) and those from education, training, and consulting on gender issues, will result with the building of synergies to support the young generation in their orientation toward lifestyles and trends with critical observation.
ACD team works with local, national and international designers
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