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Siunissaq uagut pigaarput


'Siunissaq uagut pigaarput' is a is a three year 2015-2018 capacity-building, locally based project in Tasiilaq (east Greenland) and Nanortalik (south Greenland) that strengthen children and the young generation exercising their rights in Greenland (cf. UN Children's Convention). The goal is to involve children and young people in artistic activities focusing on important issues in their daily life.

The team behind the project:

In charge of reseach:
Peter Berliner, Professor in Community Psychology. Research on restorative and supportive learning processes in communities and families impacted by disaster, organised violence or other forms of social disruption. Research on ways of promoting community resilience and social resilience in diaster management, including risk reduction, emergence response and recovery

In charge of artistic activities:
Tina Enghoff

Project Manager:
Anette Molbech,




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