networking against exclusion
Frequently Asked Questions
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What is D-A-S-H?
D-A-S-H is for young people engaged in creating a world free of discrimination and racism. D-A-S-H supports and connects groups and individuals in Europe who are either already active or want to get started. D-A-S-H provides access to knowledge and resources which enable active groups to deal with the media independently and in an manner suited to their own needs. D-A-S-H combines activities and campaigns, information and different points of view, offering the chance to reflect on these at different levels and from different perspectives. D-A-S-H connects political commitment with media education know-how in a single project on the net and beyond.
What does D-A-S-H mean?
A dash is a symbol of association and combination. As a punctuation mark, it connects thoughts and provides room for associations and sudden inspirations. A dash allows you to add a critical remark, and calls on you to take a breath for a second and just reflect.
"Dash" is also that little pinch of something that can improve or spoil a dish. "Dash" can signify sudden and rapid movement of an individual or a group. "Dash" means determination and enthusiasm.
Nevertheless "dash" most often implies violence, as in "dashing heads" and "dashing dreams", i.e. the shattering of heads and dreams. The ambiguity of "dash" reflects the contradiction and inconsistency of the circumstances in which D-A-S-H has set its goal of supporting and connecting those groups and individuals working with determination and energy against racist discrimination and violence.
What does D-A-S-H want?
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