The final phase of the Collective Cultural Research, an initiative by Road of Hope in collaboration with Somastel, Nisa for Nisa, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, and the GGD, is getting closer to its exciting conclusion. This research, which delves into the experiences of healthcare professionals, newcomers, and migrants, has inspired a compelling theatrical production, named “Cultureluurs”, and set to premiere on November 8th.
Indeed, the play picks up this pioneering study where women from Syria, Eritrea, Somalia, and Morocco took on the role of interviewers. They engaged with other women within their respective communities, aiming to create a tapestry that weaves together the unique experiences of healthcare professionals, pregnant women, and mothers. The result is a narrative that sheds light on the complexities, challenges, and triumphs of their interactions with the public health system in Amsterdam.
Cultureluurs’ narrative is not just a story but a powerful platform that mirrors the vibrant mosaic of cultures that make up our community. It is a poignant reflection of the experiences, expectations, and aspirations of those involved in the crucial journey of maternal and child health within the city.
Stay tuned for this enlightening theatrical journey on November 8th, where the stage will become a mirror reflecting the rich tapestry of our city’s cultural diversity.
Wednesday, November 8
3:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Podium Mozaiek, Bos en Lommerweg 191
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