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Finding new meaning: DiD Hong Kong

The lobby of the Hong Kong Dialogue in the Dark exhibition

The Dialogue in the Dark team in Hong Kong is dealing with the current crisis inspired by their mantra: the right to serve. They believe that people with disabilities can create value for others not...

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Dialogue 10-years impact report

Cover of the 10 years Social Impact report.

Dialogue Social Enterprise celebrated 10 years in 2019. In addition to this anniversary, the pandemic time was a good moment to stop and recap our achievements.

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A café to feed the soul

Since traveling will still be difficult this summer, Vilnius has found another way to visit countries all over the world. And DiD will be part of this experience.

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The blind positive ambassadors

Portrait of Francis Zhang

Some weeks ago, I virtually encountered once again with DiD facilitator Francis Zhang from Shanghai. As we at DiD strongly believe, we learn from encounters. Our conversation made me think about the...

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COVID-19, Empathy and Dialogue in the Dark

Portrait of Luiz Calina

With the Covid-19 pandemic monopolizing the world's attention, one word came to be used several times: EMPATHY. Besides it, collaboration, solidarity, unity and many others also have a prominent place...

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Inclusion at risk

A rope, a bit worn out, with a knot in the mid. One side is thinner than the other.

The crisis is an opportunity. We all know that phrase, but only in theory. Today we are trying to bring it to reality during this time of corona virus. I do not know if we are going to achieve it,...

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7 TIPS TO WALK IN THE DARK

Four people with canes entering the black box in a Dialogue in the Dark exhibition.

For years, we have explained how Dialogue in the Dark is not a simulation of blindness but a contingency experiential exercise. Besides lack of eyesight, when our visitors go into the dark, they are...

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