La Boîte just finished an important work on writing the Manifesto for intercultural rurality.
The act of writing this document has been a transformative experience that has clarified our values and what we want for in our community. A manifesto is an important contribution to the ongoing conversation around the issues that matter most to us as individuals and as a society.
The conversation is shaped around three themes:
- community building,
- art and its unifying power, and
- between policy and practice.
At its core, the Manifesto is meant to create an interconnected global community, where people from all walks of life can interact, exchange ideas and find solutions. It encourages individuals to be curious and open-minded about different cultures, and to actively seek out opportunities to learn from and connect with people from diverse backgrounds. The Manifesto for an intercultural rurality’s goal is to create a more inclusive and respectful community.
Ultimately, it is a call to action for all individuals to become more mindful of the impact their actions have on others. By embracing diversity, fostering understanding, and promoting respect, we can create a more inclusive and harmonious community that benefits us all.
We look forward to sharing our ideas with the world and to engage in a meaningful dialogue with others who are passionate about the same issues. We hope that it can inspire change, challenge the status quo, and articulate a vision for the future.