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Keep up to date with all the events and activites that IGNITE Creativity is doing. Read our featured initiatives below!

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9NOV 2019

Beautiful Scars: The power of Music, PaiNTING & Poetry for Mental Health

Medication and therapy can be helpful for some but for many young people who are struggling to express themselves and end up bottling their emotions, music and poetry offer hope, something to hold on to, plus a new focus with new methods of release. It’s something that they can keep coming back to as a positive anchor, something that doesn’t trigger worry around potential side effects or cost, and that can be a source of connection and community with other people. If our health services could embrace the opportunities presented by creative activities like writing, music-making and performing, they could save other people’s lives too.

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03OCT 2019

WE ARE AFRICA SONg: let love, peace, unity and ubuntu prevail, let xenophobia end

This song was inspired by the unfortunate xenophobic attacks that have occurred in South Africa, where the lives of foreigners, including those of Africans from other countries, were lost due to xenophobic violence. IGNITE Youth Organisation in collaboration with young artists and musicians in Zimbabwe namely Lil Megaz, Wadiwa Musiq, Reich, Rufaro Chapoterera and Runit, decided to come together and call for Africans to unite, end the violence and live in unity as brothers and sisters. We are calling for UBUNTU, for UNITY, for PEACE & LOVE.
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01 DEC 2018

AFRIKA LIGHT Up: youth finding pride in their African identity AND CELEBrATiNG IT

This yearly concert brings together young people in Africa and conveys a new vision of Africa as free, proud, creative and optimistic and emphasized dialogue between peoples and cultures, about the Africa we want to create for tomorrow. It’s about artists across disciplines talking about the future of their art form.” It is a multi-disciplinary event that shows that art can be a magnificent catalyst for debate on any subject … we are using these art forms to articulate a new African identity, to articulate African renaissance.

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