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World Water Day 2021 with Storytellers for Peace

World Water Day is a yearly observance created by the United Nations. It is held on 22 March to highlight the importance of fresh water. This year’s theme is Valuing Water . We want to support this fundamental message with our voice. Water is life, water is all of us, water is everything. The storytellers from all over the world in order of appearance : Barry Stewart Mann (USA) Beatriz Montero (Spain) Joerg Baesecke (Germany) Jozé Sabugo (Portugal) Lisi Amondarain (Argentine) Hamid Barole Abdu (Eritrea) Cecilia Moreschi (Italy) Katharina Ritter (Germany) D.M.S. Ariyrathne (Sri Lanka) Alessandro Ghebreigziabiher (Italy) Suzanne Sandow (Australia)   Storytellers for Peace was born in June 2016. It is an international network of artists, storytellers, authors, actors and musicians who create collective stories through videos. Artists come from all over the world and tell stories about peace, justice, equality and human rights. All participants tell their stories in their first language.

Call for Storytellers: 30th anniversary of the Berlin wall’s fall

Dear Friends,

After Rudyard Kipling’s If, Imagine, Human Rights Day 2016, World Storytelling Day 2017, 2018, International Day of Nonviolence 2017 and 70th Anniversary Universal Declaration of Human Rights, here we are to the new call.
As you might know, this year will be the 30th anniversary of the Berlin wall’s fall.
In my modest opinion, more than ever today, we are watching new and dangerous walls to divide people, breaking hopes, dreams and lives too.
Don’t you agree?
According to our usual style, I invite you to join us in making a collective video about the new walls between us.
The deadline to send the video is the 20th of October 2019 with the usual rule of no music or any sound, just voice, with text of the speech on word or inside the email, and no more than two minutes.

If you are interested contact me.

Deadline: October 20, 2019

Let’s make peace through stories!

Alessandro Ghebreigziabiher