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Carte Blanche (Italy)
Cultural non-profit Association working in the State Prison of Volterra with theatrical laboratories. Founded in 1987 by Armando Punzo, it is the promoter of "Compagnia della Fortezza" which include 40 prisoners.
It realises the annual International festival "Volterrateatro".
In 2000 Carte Blanche signed an agreement with many important Institutions as the Ministry of Justice, Ente Teatrale Italiano, Regione Toscana, Municipality of Volterra, Province of Pisa, Prison of Volterra to create the "Centro Nazionale Teatro e Carcere".

Newo (Italy)
It is a private company. Its mission are: services to other private companies, public administration, vocational training in the fields of management, culture, non profit companies, human resources. Newo is partner of the European Association EUROIDEES. It has been participating as a partner to Leonardo da Vinci, V Framework Programme and Tacis projects.
Newo realizes as a partner vocational training activities within the ESF (European Social Fund) policy, Objective 3.

Théâtre de Opprimè (France)
Cultural Organisation non profit which aim is to work with theatre with disadvantages categories, also prisoners.
It is involved in many important International Theatre Festivals.

Riksteatern (Sweden)
Riksteatern is a non profit organisation working in the field of dramatic research all over Sweden.
In each region theatre consultants are employed to co-ordinate the selection of performances in the municipality and provinces where they work.
Riksteatern's ambition is to inspire, stimulate and encourage theatre activities throughout Sweden.

Aufbruch (Germany)
Organizzazione non profit fondata nel 1997.
It is a non proft organisation founded in 1997. Since then AufBruch is developing dramatic performances with the prisoners of the Berlin Tegel, the biggest German prison.
AufBruch has also created side specific works in Berlin trying to spread the themes of prison/criminality all over Berlin and all over Germany.

Escape Artists (UK)
It is a registered charity and performing arts company that aims to rehabilitate ex-prisoners, young offenders and young people at risk through the provision of challenging and stimulate arts-based activities, training, work experiences and employment opportunities. The Company provides an intensive support programme for marginalised groups.

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