Social inclusion through artistic practiceLaunched in 2015, Dream Up allows children and teenagers from disadvantaged backgrounds or living in difficult conditions, to learn or regularly improve in an art. Three years after its launch, the 30,000 children and teenagers who have benefited from the programme have completed over 1,500 workshops, internal events, shows and even complete artistic creations (plays, producing a first CD...).
Let’s take a look back at the first Dream Up programme.
Dream Up renewed in 30 countries
The very positive impact of this programme on young people (confidence building and self-esteem, practicing community life, respect for others, improvement of attendance and schooling...) no longer has to be proved, and this is what encouraged the BNP Paribas Foundation to renew Dream Up.
For this new programme, Dream Up will be established in 30 countries on five continents. Each of these 30 projects has been created by a local association with the support and participation of BNP Paribas employees in these countries.