Silence Was Golden got screened during Philosophies and Human rights (Droits de l’homme) at the UNESCO Headquarters in November 2018 in a week dedicated to philosophies, presented in the framework of UNESCO’S ‘Science Program on Social Transformation’ (MOST), and ‘The Council of Philosophy and Human Sciences’ (CIPSH).
Arts and Society has proved the fundamental importance of innovation and creativity in all aspects of life (Education, Science, Health, Ecology, Human Rights, Peace…). The aim is to involve artists, and activists, to seek cooperation between all citizens of the world. The purpose is to create a platform for events, exhibits readings, performances – and to encourage active participation by individuals to collaborate and share information about methodology and techniques, as well as offer a place to discuss and exchange ideas.
Arts, Cultures and Creativity are fundamental tools in education, in learning, in peace, improvement and in innovation, in resistances and in the fight against ignorance, collaborating with scientists, educators, scholars, humanists and ecologists towards better respect between all differences, as between people and the planet, towards a global change. A global networks, training for artists, intercultural workshops and exhibitions also in schools, social and cultural centres, prisons. A&S strive to connect populations of all ages to learn to appreciate and to attest cultural diversities, questions of societies and issues of the Planet. Artists and projects leaders using methods and tools beyond religion or politics, to get to know both self and others, and to encourage freedom of expression and respect between all pluralism and their differences, as between people and their planet.