ISUSU · Co-creative Dialogue & Movement of Oppression · Workshop


14:00 - 17:00

Willmanndamm 4, 10827 Berlin

Admission is free - donations are encouraged

** This event is part of ISUSU Pan-African Festival 2019 · Black to the Future **

‘ISUSU’ means ‘us’ in Shona. This festival aims to bring us together as Africans* (diaspora) to celebrate ourselves while shedding lights on an intersectional, sustainable and queer Africa. ✨

· Forum Theater · Workshop

SAT, Aug 17th, 2019
14:00 h – 17:00 h

**Location **
This event will take place at The.Word.Berlin

► About ✨

Forum Theatre, a branch of The Theatre of the Oppressed, was designed by Augusto Boal, a theatre pedagogue, to empower and liberate the oppressed through participatory theatre.
In this workshop, participants will co-create with the lead facilitator, Amarachi, a forum-theatre styled piece that evidences ways in which invisible forms of oppression occur in daily life. The workshop is hands-on and requires openness, respect, flexibility and readiness to tackle difficult subjects
within a safe space.

· Objectives ·

– Provide a platform for the use of forum theatre
– Co-create with participants on identifying silent forms of
– Dialogue on the issues through movement (Forum Theatre)

► Facilitator ✨

Amarachi A. Igboegwu is a Research Fellow with the Făgăraș Research Institute in Romania, an international professional training expert, and doctoral research candidate at Heidelberg University, Germany. Her doctoral study focuses on equipping teachers with skills necessary for teaching and managing culturally diverse classrooms. Her research is focused primarily on unconscious bias in the classroom and critical self reflection as cornerstones for pre-service teacher training for especially
culturally diverse classrooms. Her research work incorporates Forum Theatre to raise awareness of preservice teachers on forms of oppression in the classroom.


This event is free to attend and open to all – donations are strongly recommended, as all proceeds will be going towards the facilitator.

Willmanndamm 4
10827 Berlin
(U7 Kleistpark)


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