re-imagining conditions, widening perspectives, creating opportunities
applied arts, cognitive humanities, cultural diplomacy, 4talents&opportunities
virtual edu-inTalk sessions
citizen science projects
STEAM_ing together for now and then ...
IkuBi2030-Sessions on ZOOM 2021-2022
environmental humanities, relations and relationships, art4health, STEAM4BNE4life
SDG3, 4, 5, 17, 4 17 SDGs
art-based intercultural learning, moderated play, inspired by Hundertwasser´s art, and ecological activism,
humanistic education 21st cent., IkuBi2030-learning model
Feathers, roots, and branches:
practicing the culture of peace: attentive relations, eco-social awareness, Europe-Africa intercultural exchange, citizens science, STEAM+SEL4SDE,
Lifelong learning gardens, school museum -
projects in development
Taking part in the EU Africa journey hackathon 2021, introducing our project and B4C-idea
with less is so much possible, but with some more, even more :)
Children Radio Project
was created and initiated by ACD-President as an educational response to the current global crisis urged by pandemic COVID-19 with the aim to support the partners in Maragoli, Kenya, to continue with educational activities that can last also beyond difficult times.
In cooperation with ACD-partners ADEPS organization and Radio Sahara, a promotional jingle has been created and recorded in June 2020 by Fred Manoah, Radio Sahara.
Up to August 2020, ADEPS org. and Noahs Ark Academy in cooperation with ACD are developing educational children's radio podcasts and inviting students, donators, partners, and volunteers to connect and support their activities.
By the possible opportunity, the program will extend on the national (Kenya), European and global levels.
The project IkuBi2030-Children radio is envisioned to spread its wawes all around, reach new partners and spaces voices, hearts and minds: connect & act
Ikubi2030 Children radio:
"Hello, Servus, Habari!”
A project created by the ACD-Agency for Cultural Diplomacy president
Tatjana Christelbauer for remote learning through art-based learning methods and creative SDG-oriented learning opportunities with an intercultural approach.
-support children and their families while staying at home during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond through educational sessions via local radio stream/podcast as a cost-efficient medium; educational meetings with children on Skype organized by ADEPS org., e-mail exchange of templates for creative learning activities;
- support local, regional, and global educational institutions and scholars by space and content for learning continuum, connecting formal and informal learning formats on an intergenerational level
-encourage children and their families to create intergenerational learning sessions by their ideas with family members and share them on a local radio station;
-create a sustainable cost-efficient model for media education:
-encourage intercultural exchange at the local, regional and global level;
-improve (mental) health conditions and support development of health culture based on local resources through cross-sectoral partnerships such as with Community Health Workers, Local media (radio), ACD (global), Red Crescent, cultural and faith-based communities, or supporting partners;
- encourage the development of communicational skills and inclusion of the language variety in daily life by creation of the linguistic landscapes, learning of songs and poems in local, regional, national languages, and introducing the global language landscape, such as learning some songs and poems in German (templates from ACD-president);
- celebrate the local, regional and global language variety applying the European motto of “Unity in Diversity” by the creation of linguistic landscapes with a collection of greets, proverbs, songs, and beyond which will be collected from Radio Talk sessions and posted on this Webpage. Up to June 2020 we will create Facebook page and post all documented Talks, Photo-images, drawings, other materials provided by audiences;
-encourage sustainable development in the region through creative learning methods with a focus on sustainable development education based on UNESCO documents such as IkuBi-Modell
Short description: Talk Sessions with children on a local radio station in local languages and by the inclusion of poems, songs, proverbs, stories, recipes for healthy meals from local fruits and vegetables, collection of "magic words" for feeling, being, playing, learning, speaking, listening, eating WELL …from various languages, for creation of a phonetic and linguistic landscape, art practices, sciences, and media education
Children Radio team currently consisting of teachers reaches out to homes, teachers, and community members via phone calls and visits and ask them to share their experiences within the current crisis, talk about their suggestions for learning activities, their needs, and proposals for creative solutions to sustain and to overcome difficult times in solidarity.
Children are encouraged through the format of Radio/Podcast/outdoor Sessions to learn to create and to present content in their local languages and English, also including some words from other languages and developing multilingual competencies: widening opportunities to take a responsible role in their families and create learning home activities from resources they have, such as family traditions, daily life activities, play and art practices, and to share their experiences, interests, needs, visions, and dreams; learn about SDG´s as a part of daily life at individual and community base, create SDG-supportive activities and get inspired by Austrian born artist Hundertwasser a.o for their art-ecological activities.
Our Legacy, vision:
UN SDGs: SDG4.a, 4.7; SDG3.d: SDG17.17: Partnerships for Goals, including all UN SDGs into our topics for discussions and activities.
The 2005 UNESCO Convention on the protection and promotion of the diversity of cultural expressions
European Day of Languages proclaimed by the Council of Europe
UN CRC: Children Rights Convention
ACD-Agency for Cultural Diplomacy Statutes
Convention on the Rights of the Child, Article 13
“The child shall have the right to freedom of expression; this right shall include freedom to seek, receive and impart information and ideas of all kinds, regardless of frontiers, either orally, in writing or in print, in the form of art, or through any other media of the child's choice.”
Radio is an excellent medium for children, and we must recognize and respect their right to accessible programming. Every large city with over 250,000 inhabitants should provide children with access radio content that is both educational and entertaining."
Our current partners:
Concept, initiative, content: ACD-Agency for Cultural Diplomacy president Tatjana Christelbauer
ADEPS Organisation: Churchill Butaglia
Currently, we invest in our private resources and work on a voluntary basis.
Donations are appreciated:
Thank You! Vielen Dank!
Project start: June 2020