Some voices have stated this pandemic was an equalizer since it put humanity in the same shared health risk. However, we see this pandemic has caused even more inequity than before.
Inclusion is a room where we meet to dialogue and create equitable living. This room has two main doors, one where those who want to include others enter, another where those who want to be included...
Online workshops have the advantage of eluding some limitations as geography or professional fields.
After 32 years of worldwide continuous operation, the identity of Dialogue in the Dark was obvious.
Has this pandemic really triggered our creativity and innovation?
“Diversity is being invited to the party. Inclusion is being invited to dance.” - Verna Myers.
This new Dialogue workshop is one developed by the venue in Mexico. The core of the workshop is to set the personal internal conditions for inclusion.
Most of the Dialogue in the Dark venues remain closed in the world. The future of our organization is uncertain since the physical dark, our platform for encounters between sighted visitors and blind...
One of the global most relevant achievements of Dialogue in the Dark over 32 years is providing jobs for the visually impaired persons. This achievement is now devastated by the pandemic.
Dialogue in the Dark in Milan has not reopened since the first lockdown in Italy. There was an attempt last October but the second wave of the pandemic throw over the reopening plans.