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VITO MINOIA
INTiP Coordinator, Urbino, Italy

Theatre and pedagogy scholar, President of the Italian Coordinating Board for Theatre in Prison. The organization promotes over 50 prison theatre projects in 15 Italian Regions (www.teatrocarcere.it)

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MICHALIS TRAITSIS
BALAMOS, Thessaloniki, Greece / Ferrara, Italy

Sociologist, director and theater pedagogue, he founded the Cultural Association Balamòs Teatro in 2005. He organises workshops in Venice penitentiary institutions.

ANNET HENNEMAN
HIDDEN THEATRE, International ensemble 

She directs a Group of actors working and living in Palestine, Iraq, Iran, Egypt, Syria, Kurdistan, Ukraine, Germany, Denmark, England and the Netherlands working on "Theatre Reportage" performances and actions.

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JUAN CARLO QUINTANA
Hestia, Las Palmas, Spain

President of the Hestia Association for Family, Psychoeducational and Social Intervention and Research in Gran Canaria

JACQUELINE ROUMEAU
CoArtRe, Santiago, Chile

CoArtRe is a non-profit organisation founded in 1998. It promotes artistic work within the penitentiary system in Chile.

DIEGO PILEGGI
JUBILO, Cracow, Poland

Jubilo is a theatre group born in 2011 in Wrocław, Poland. It is guided by the need for artistic intervention as a protest against cultural exclusion.

RONALD JENKINS
AUTHOR, Middletown, USA

Professor at the Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut and at Yale Divinity School in New York. Directs Prison Arts Projects and Theater for Social Change.

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JEAN TROUNSTINE
CLTL, Boston, USA

American activist, author and director. She has been promoting the rights of women held in prisons around the world since 1987.

JODI JINKS
ARTSALOUD, Oklahoma City, USA

She works in three Oklahoma prisons using devised theatre methodologies; the performance experience involves Oklahoma State University students and prisoners.

ZEINA DACCACHE
CATHARSIS, Beirut, Libanon

She founded Catharsis-Lebanese Center for Drama Therapy in 2007, establishing Lebanon’s first organization dedicated to theatre as a social and psychological therapy tool.

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