Ola and Emelie started actively to talk about the project and in mid-June 2011 the start-up meeting was held. Emelie took a career break from her job at that time and Ola just came back from working on a pre-study on alternative education systems in India.We spent long hours developing the idea, along with formulating why this was important and how we should carry it out. Not long after, Karolina , Robin and Johan joined the project.
After a long process of applying for funding through written applications as well as public presentations, in October and November we noticed that we were granted funding from no less than three funds! Swedish Ministry of Culture’s new culture fund Kulturbryggan, from EU via The Swedish National Board for Youth Affairs and the Youth in Action initiative, as well as from City of Stockholm’s Innovativ Kultur fund.
Matilda Lindblom, Henrik Johansson, Jonas Boutani, Sara Wallén, Sebastian Sjöberg, Sveinung Skaalnes, Nadia El-Imam, Charlotta Åsell, Johanna Olsson, Morgenland