Jordan - April, 2016CWB Ireland
In April 2016, Clowns Without Borders Ireland did a performance tour of UNHCR camps and children's projects in Jordan.
Jordan - April, 2015CWB Ireland
In April 2015, Clowns Without Borders Ireland did a performance tour of UNHCR camps in Jordan and a project with the children.
Ireland - December, 2015CWB Ireland
In December 2015, Clowns Without Borders Ireland and Dublin Circus Project members created a show specifically for a Dublin based tour of refugee centres.
France - 2015CWB Ireland
In 2015, Clowns Without Borders Ireland did a short four-day tour to the 'Jungle' camp. Shows and workshops were provided to a largely adult audience (200 people).
Rwanda - January, 2015CWB Ireland
In June 2015, Clowns Without Borders Ireland implemented a very successful project in Rwanda and made good contacts for future projects. They worked with local acrobats and performed 10 shows for 6400 people.
Ireland - December, 2014CWB Ireland
In December 2014, Clowns Without Borders Ireland performed a show to celebrate International Migrants Day in Dublin, with migrants living in and around Dublin. The audience was composed of around 100 people.
Ireland - July, 2014CWB Ireland
At several occasions in 2014, Clowns Without Borders Ireland gave workshops and shows for groups of 15 to 30 children in the Mosney Accommodation Center, the Kinsale Road Accommodation Center, the Ashbourne House...
Kosovo - November, 2014CWB Ireland
In November 2014, Clowns Without Borders Ireland went to Kosovo. The mission was very successful as the 18 shows gathered more than 2700 kids from different communities. Local organizations emitted the wish to be...
Jordan - January, 2014CWB Ireland
In January 2014, Clowns Without Borders Ireland traveled to Jordan. The children targeted were Syrian Refugees. They performed 16 shows in 9 venues. They were hosted by refugee camps and community centres. In total...
Jordan - 2013CWB Ireland
In 2013, Clowns Without Borders Ireland went to Jordan with the support of UNICEF and Save the Children to perform 26 shows for 5000 refugees.