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WAR DIVIDES
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USING MUSIC TO BRIDGE DIVIDES, CONNECT COMMUNITIES, AND HEAL THE WOUNDS OF WAR
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May 13, 2015

After 5 years working under the banner of Musicians without Borders, we are proud to announce that our partner organization Musicians without Borders UK has established itself as an independent organization. From May 2015, Musicians without Borders UK will be known as Music Action International (MAI).

August 4, 2015

A bigger and more important question is emerging - if individuals share their stories and emotions in music, will I hear them?

August 3, 2015

Today is #MusicMonday and we wanted to share with you this live street performance featuring the Katarina and Ljubica Duo, Marko Louis and Teodora Saric. A musical performance to celebrate World Music Day during the Belgrade Art Week in Serbia. Ljubica Damčević,violin and Katarina Rankovic,piano are a duo that performs original music that is characterized […]

July 31, 2015

On August 2nd, a new group of 28 MwB Community Music Leaders will graduate from their year long training program. For their final assignment they will create an “Active Listening Playground” for 500 children from organisations working with street children, HIV-affected young people, and people living in post-conflict communities. Following their graduation they will take […]

July 31, 2015

We are looking back at an exciting period of workshops and community performances: more than 1700 children from isolated villages in the West Bank participated actively in our Musical Playgrounds. They sang, rapped, played flutes and body percussion and most of all, they had lots of fun.