To finish training a group of five young collaborators, former beneficiaries of Fundatia Parada, for their social reintegration and professional insertion into the Academy for Social Art that the association intends to set up in Bucharest.
- 5 young Romanian collaborators from difficult backgrounds and former pupils of Fundatia Parada;
- approximately 200 children and young people (aged 9-25) who benefit from the initiatives, shows and activities provided by Fundatia Parada;
- pupils at the schools where Fundatia Parada conducts activities and presents shows.
Fundatia Parada has been working in support of children and young people for years. Its activities are characterised by the use of an innovative tool, circus art, directly in the streets, as if to show that the streets are not a disease to be treated but rather a condition that can be overcome. Public applause makes the participants feel acknowledged as people and so boosts their self-confidence.
Further, in 2010 Fondation Alta Mane supported the realisation of a summer drama camp in Italy for Romanian youth from Fundatia Parada and Italian youth.
Parada Italia is a voluntary service organisation created in 2006 to provide visibility, support and tools for intervention to Fundatia Parada, a project for the social reintegration of young people living in the streets of Bucharest.
Fundatia Parada is a Romanian non-profit organisation established by the young French-Algerian clown Miloud Oukil in Bucharest in 1996 that runs programmes in favour of children, young people and their families living in the streets. It provides social services and activities in the areas of education and social and professional integration.
Fondation Alta Mane supported the project from 2007 to 2012 and in partnership with Fondazione Alta Mane Italia from 2012 to 2014.[/fusion_tab][/fusion_tabs]