Social Circus Roundup- Spring 2022

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Social Circus Roundup – Spring 2022

This article is the first part of a biannual update from the Caravan Social Circus Network and its members, the international social circus community.
The Caravan Network has had a busy and exciting beginning of 2022, and we have many exciting updates to share with you. With travel and sanitary restrictions being eased world-wide, our activities are moving forward briskly. It is however, with heavy hearts, that our Development Manager Camille Henry, will be leaving us at the end of March for new horizons. Her work has been monumental with regards to the internal foundations of our network, the implementation of our reformed membership structure, and her tireless work in managing our projects during the COVID crisis! We thank you Camille for your fantastic work, and we wish you all the best in your future adventures. This year we’ve already welcomed 2 new organisations to our network. We’re delighted that both ‘Circus Central’ in Newcastle, UK and ‘Taking Flight’ in Dublin, Ireland have joined our network as Friends, and we look forward to collaborating with them in the future.  In February, our communications,...
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Caravan Circus Network

Caravan is an international youth and social circus network of 30 circus schools from across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia, that advocates for the positive impact of youth and social circus. The network was established in 2008 by 6 European circus schools, with a common goal to use social circus as an educational tool and to dedicate this work to groups from disadvantaged backgrounds with specific needs. We are a non-profit organisation that is committed to developing the sector and empowering our members and their participants. Our members are closely connected, and these links have been created through our projects: Youth festivals and exchanges, training for trainers programmes, capacity building, volunteer exchange, production of research, seminars and gathering of resources.