Kukunori coordinates, directs and creates international action all over the world. Kukunori can reach over 300 organisations through networking and partnerships with GAMIAN, Citizen Network and other innovation hubs. Kukunori leads European Union funded projects and is a trusted partner for shared action to build wellbeing through culture everywhere. Kukunori is technologically savvy and can create the needed digital platforms and services for designing, implementing and monitoring complex international projects. Kukunori’s staff is capable of leading and facilitating projects digitally and onsite and is experienced in international action for over 20 years. We are always looking for partners, ideas, solutions that are courageous and bring together diverse people and organisations. Kukunori’s experimental laboratory in Helsinki is a local hub for international innovation design and provides a solid base for local international activities.
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Kukunori is a proud member of GAMIAN Global Alliance of Mental Illness Advocacy Networks-Europe.
This European group of global movement is connecting us to other organizations in Europe working with patient-led solutions for mental health and supporting campaigns and actions for better collaboration in societies to build a friendlier environment and wellbeing for all. GAMIAN-Europe awarded Kukunori as the Winner of The Pedro Montellano Good Practice Award 2019 for Guided Functional Peer Support (Culture House) model.
Read more about Gamian: https://www.gamian.eu/
No Labels No Walls is a coordinated art, culture and citizenship action network founded by Kukunori and social theatre The Strindberg Laboratory in Los Angeles USA. No Labels No Walls offers weekly meetings for professionals and non-professionals, digital collaboration and yearly festivals. No Labels No Walls is a partner with the International CitizenFest network of festivals combining audiences and content from around the world. In 2019 and 2020 the No Labels No Walls festivals have reached over 3000 participants living in 39 countries and 50.000 people through social media. The No Labels No Walls movement has collected over 50 organisations to work and produce together.
Visit No Labels No Walls website: https://nolabelsnowalls.net/
Kukunori is a member of Citizen Network, a global innovation hub for creating citizenship for all. It reaches 39 countries and over 200 organisations working with themes like inclusion, equality, social services and community development. Kukunori is also a founder of the Citizen Network TV, a global community media and CitizenFest network of international festivals.
Read more: https://citizen-network.org/
Music Beyond All Borders is an international network of professionals and organizations creating opportunities for minorities, recoverers and people with special needs to compose, record, publish and perform music. The network also explores collaborative music making using technology. The network participates in events, conferences and festivals and produces workshops and meetups for everybody interested in collaborative music making.
Giriphul – is a project that supports education and community development of autistic children and their families in Rangamati are in Bangladesh. The project involves indigenous people from rural areas of Bangladesh and elevates capabilities and platforms for people with disabilities to bring forward their artistic and cultural abilities and strengths. Giriphul is combining distant learning in culture, art and digital and collaboration skills. The project is funded by the ministry of education in Finland and it is a collaboration with Kukunori, Educational institute Live Finland, Resonaari special music institute and SWAC – Society for Welfare for Autistic Children.
Read more about the project: http://www.autism-swacbd.org/
Burning for Change is a collaboration with Kukunori and GGD-Zaanstreek Waterland and focuses on creating prototyped models for tackling problems related to tobacco smoking in The Netherlands and in Finland. The collaboration constructed a design process that allows a multicultural diverse team to ideate and create solutions that work. Burinng for Change is also a LinkedIn community that gathers together professionals interested in collaborative design processes.
Join the group on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/9048984/