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October 2016

ACCAC Showcase and Culture Exchange Program Korea-Finland

October 14, 2016 - October 16, 2016
Iksan Korea, Republic of + Google Map

ACCAC Showcase tour in Asia took place 2016-2017 with the support of Ministry of Education and Culture Finland. On October 2016 ACCAC showcased in Iksan City South Korea in cooperation with Samdong International and supporting partners Wonkgwang University and Iksan City. It was a unique experience for over 1000 participants to have a contact and feel the different colous and athmospheres of Korean and Finnish cultures. The program included seminar, workshops, Main Program and Day Dance Event. The venue for…

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August 2017


August 19, 2017
Espoo Finland + Google Map

The event is ACCAC kickoff Espoo 2017 and it's free and open for all. ACCAC is an abbreviation of Accessible Arts and Culture. The organizer is an Espoo-based ACCAC Global organization which aims for a more equal and accessible world for all. This growing international organization works now in Finland, Egypt, and Korea. To meet its goals organization arranges events to raise awareness and promote change. Our events bring together artists, athletes, teachers, administrators, and event planners to network, experiment…

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February 2018


February 13, 2018
Kangasala Finland + Google Map

The European tour of the South Korean star group will conclude its closing concert in Kangasala on the eve of Valentine's Day. The concert will arrive in Finland via Florence and San Marino. The concert tour is designed by top-tier Seungwon Choi, who has performed at the Sochi Paralympics, and brings together a professional group each year for a concert tour on the theme of peace and friendship. The Music of Friendship and Peace evening brings the breath of Pyeong…

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December 2018

ACCAC International Conference for an Accessible Mind

December 11, 2018 - December 14, 2018
Kathmandu Nepal + Google Map

ACCAC Nepal hosted an international conference and cultural program focusing on diversity and social inclusion taking place between 11 and 14 December 2018 in Kathmandu. The conference and culture program was celebration of the first anniversary of ACCAC Nepal Growth Centre. It included colourful discussions and performances from all over Nepal and the world. 2018 December 11-14, Kathmandu, Nepal Hotel Yak and Yeti Opening Day: https://www.youtube.com/watch?reload=9&v=zXvMyq7lipI&fbclid=IwAR3cGy64gIWUgAxlNOvAroWbF7F3JLUztovJk_ozJjazJ7HU8BExiCTPU4s&app=desktop Pre Event: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AnoMY-QBX2I&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR2Q5xUAtCkBYuZFZk9DzsEPz3BVnY1OAaH9C8DORkBE1Zzx83lhBBQZuxo

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September 2019

The Women and the Circulation of the Economy & Culture

September 11, 2019 - September 14, 2019
Steigenberger Hotel, El Tahrir, Ad Dawawin, Abdeen
Cairo, Cairo Governorate Egypt
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ACCAC Egypt in collaboration with ACCAC Global is organizing a conference & showcase in Cairo, Egypt focusing on the Woman and the Circulation of  the Economy & Culture. The international program will take place between 11-14 September 2019 at Steigenberger Hotel - in Tahrir sq. Center of Cairo.

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November 2019

ACCAC One World, One Family Conference & Cultural Exchange Fest

November 13, 2019 @ 3:00 pm - November 17, 2019 @ 6:00 pm
Youngkwang City & Iksan City, South Korea

ACCAC One World, One Family Fest in Korea will offer unique and innovative artists and speakers, remarkable practises and experiences to develop welfare and diversity in society and good experiences about social inclusion around the world.

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August 2021

ACCAC Culture 2.0 Festival 2021

August 25, 2021 - August 28, 2021
Tampere, Finland Tampere, Finland + Google Map

ACCAC Culture 2.0 will celebrate diversity and innovation in the hometown of ACCAC movement, Tampere, Finland. During the week, we bring together a variety of art, sports, discussions and cultures from the ACCAC Global network and beyond. ACCAC Culture 2.0 offers a platform for artistic groups to showcase their talent and build networks. In addition, it’s a forum to share information about equal participation and services – for everyone.

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June 2022

Inclusive NEB FEST for Youth

June 11, 2022 @ 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
Waalborrepark, Parklaan
Asse, 24-1730 Belgium
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ACCAC Finland and ACCAC Belgium together with the City of Tampere and Asse Municipality will organise an official NEB FEST side event on Saturday 11th of June in Asse, Belgium. The event will include an open stage for various inclusive concerts and performances, workshops, and a concert at the park by the amazing DJ Arthro (Sweden). The seminar session will focus on the topic of radical inclusion of the youth with methodology presentations and a panel discussion. Performances and workshops will be run by…

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Radical inclusion through Creative innovation labs

June 11, 2022 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Gare Matitime, Brussels Brussels, Belgium + Google Map

Consortium: ACCAC Finland, Music Tech Fest, Polis University, INESC-TEC, Fab Lab Open Minds – synchronizing creative minds for social cohesion and radical inclusion Open Minds Erasmus+ project engages, connects, upskills, and empowers young people. It uses creativity as a spark to connect young people across social, economic, language, and knowledge divide. By emphasizing diversity and creative exchange, it fosters resilience, empathy, active citizenship, and equality, and at the same emphasizes young people with knowledge, mentorship, tools, and know-how. Open Minds…

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April 2023

ACCESS Tampere – Next Generation Culture Festival

April 20, 2023 - April 22, 2023
Tampere, Finland Tampere, Finland + Google Map

ACCESS Tampere Next Generation Culture Festival was an inclusive and accessible event created by our entire international community. Around 1700 people attended the events. As many as 15 professional and amateur artists of different nationalities brought their performances to Tampere. In total, 112 performers took part. The open call for proposals received nearly 100 submissions from all over the world. The aim of the project was to raise the voice of young people, strengthen empowerment, inclusion and equality, and build…

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