| Other important aims of the Culture in the Neighbourhood project are: |
- to help adjust traditional identities, roles of women and the family to the social structures and cultural frameworks of modern democratic societies;
- to solve cultural conflicts between the traditional and contemporary reality by creating active and communicative interaction between children, parents and the surrounding communities and institutions;
- to prevent the drop out of children and youngsters by providing them with new possibilities and instruments to realize their cultural and physical potential;
- and to prevent the loss of young educated talents and children’s natural creativity by increasing new jobs for young artists, creating new models for art education and improving the relationship between schools and other actors in the neighbourhood.