As part of our global Shakespeare Lives campaign, the theatre play Imagina Shakespeare was presented at the Great National Theatre in Lima, Peru.

The play is part of a programme which allowed over 10,000 students from public and private highschools the opportunity to experience creativity, innovation and inclusion through the performing arts. 

One of these functions had the participation of over 200 young people in vulnerable situations from the outskirts of Lima who are part of programmes such as INABIF (national programme for integral family wellbeing, orphanages) and YACHAY (national programme for people living in the streets).  

As a result, we were able to enhance our relationship with the Ministry of Women and Vulnerable Populations and to empower awareness about issues regarding equality, diversity and inclusion with other partners.

“I would like to thank you for such a wonderful show. I really enjoyed it; but mainly, thank you so much for sharing joy with the children and people of INABIF and YACHAY. I am confident this experience has left a positive mark in their lives”- International Cooperation Head from the Ministry of Women and Vulnerable Populations.


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