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On the fourth day of our programme we had an activity in which each of us had to write a word relating to human rights and then exchange it with our pair. We then went to different areas to take pictures expressing the term or word we had been given. We were advised to take 5 photos, in which one had to be specifically related to our human rights word.
This day was one of a kind. I don’t remember laughing this much in my life. The workshop was built on the play "Waiting for Godot", based in context of the Bosnian War. We were exploring empathy, and thinking about how through theatre we could convey messages about the struggles of refugees, people in war and international communities struggling all over the world.
This workshop really put to test our verbal communication skills. We began by sitting in a circle and introducing ourselves to our facilitator who was an acting coach. He then briefly explained the history of the Yugoslav Wars and in particular the Bosnian War. We were surprised to find out that theatre had played such an important part in the lives of ordinary people during the war.
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