About the project
The project included conceptualization, formation and putting of affirmative signs in public space of the city (street, park, promenade). An affirmative sign is a sign that calls for an affirmation of the human life and its positive values.
The aim of the project: The aim of the project is to foster primary human values through public signs.
The number of participants: 24
Age of the participants: 9 – 11
Donators: Anna Lindh Foundation supported the program, with 12 Croatian ALF-network organizations participating in it („Common Values – the Signs with a Human Dimension“). The coordinator of the project was The National Foundation for Development of Civil Society (Nacionalna zaklada za razvoj civilnog društva).
Organizations that participated in the implementation of the project: The National Foundation for Development of Civil Society, Gradska radionica (The City Workshop), Petit Philosophy (Mala Filozofija), Kulturtreger, Center for Peace and Nonviolence and Human Rights (Centar za mir, nenasilje i ljudska prava), Skills, The Youth in the EU (Mladi u EU), Domine, Croatian photo association (Hrvatski foto savez), Slagalica foundation (Zaklada Slagalica), DEŠA, and European Home Dubrovnik (Europe House Dubrovnik).by