Ketemu Project | Gerakan Kreabilitas
is a collaborative movement that will be addressing the unemployment and poor-quality of employment opportunities for people with disabilities in Indonesia
is a collaborative movement that will be addressing the unemployment and poor-quality of employment opportunities for people with disabilities in Indonesia
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is a collaborative movement that will be addressing the unemployment and poor-quality of employment opportunities for people with disabilities in Indonesia

Working together with The Arts Development Company (ADC) as an employee-led social enterprise based in Dorset – UK, we will raise awareness, stimulate discussion, effect a change in perceptions, and prove the value of people with disabilities in the economy.
The project has been awarded British Council’s Developing Inclusive Economy (DICE) Programme Grant, running from March 2019 to March 2020.
Under the same project name, Ketemu will broaden the focus of this pilot to three other ASEAN countries with the support of the YSEALI Seeds for the Future Grant, running from February to October 2019

Project Programmes

In Indonesia

  • Residential design thinking for 30 Creative Enterprises/Individuals
  • Creative incubation & mentorship for 5 chosen projects, products or services
  • Products and services development

In The UK

  • Business Skills Workshops by for disabled creatives by Culture+ Programme
  • Creative incubation and mentoring developing services/products alongside the Indonesian delegates

We will be producing toolkits & resources from our experiences that we hope will help others working on similar projects.

In ASEAN

Supported by funding from YSEALI (Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiatives) Ketemu will choose 1 pair of disabled and non-disabled artist from each respective countries to develop their partnership and co-create two-dimensional artworks. Each pair will be supported by curators and online session mentorship to develop a robust model for disability-friendly partnership within creative enterprises and create an inclusive creative economy. The outcome from this project will be focus on two-dimensional artworks, destination coloring kit responding to their artwork and online platform mapping arts and disability in South East Asia.

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Funded by

British Council DICE Fund is set up to tackle entrenched issues of unemployment and unequal economic growth in 6 countries. It supports the development of creative and social enterprises through partnerships between UK organizations and counterparts in Brazil, Egypt, Indonesia, Pakistan, and South Africa.

 

Partnerships that specifically aim to:

  • empower women and girls;
  • foster youth employment; and/or
  • promote the inclusion and economic empowerment of disabled people or other marginalized groups.

 

Gerakan Kreabilitas is one of 6 projects that has been awarded the fund in Indonesia.

 

YSEALI Seeds for the Future is a grants competition for young leaders in Southeast Asia. The competition, which is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State, provides funding for the region’s most promising young leaders to carry out projects that improve their communities, countries and the region.

Projects cover one of the four YSEALI themes:

  • Civic Engagement,
  • Economic Growth,
  • Education, and
  • Sustainable Development.

Our Partners

The Arts Development Company are a team of experienced arts and culture consultants, producers and programme managers. We work with partners from the arts and in other sectors to develop strategies and policies, encourage networks, and deliver collaborative programmes and projects.

 

CoCreation is a social enterprise that works in arts and cultural sector that aims to invest in social action to support marginalized communities and individuals.

CoCreation has also been deeply involved in the creative sector of Singapore. Work closely with National Arts Council and The Singapore Centre for Social Enterprise (raiSE), recognized as a social enterprise that supports disabled persons through art for well-being programs. The CoCreation team has expertise in designing programs to ignite collaborations between individuals