KOROW promotes inclusivity and suggests working with quota. We want to develop a mechanism for inclusion and structural change in the field of art and culture. To encourage this trend KOROW is currently working on decontamination and enlarging of the ‘employees-market’ in de sector of audio-visual, music and performing arts. Through producing and developing sustainable, inclusive and social-responsible art projects KOROW aims to become a role-model. We inspire and support organisations and individuals through networking, coaching, collaborating closely and making sustainable commitments. KOROW believes in ‘change by doing’ therefore we join forces across sectors and communities and provide connections and network that goes beyond social inequalities. So, next time you are searching for production manager, dramaturg, coach, performer, artist, financial advisor etc. please search a step further than the ‘usual suspects’ and dare to dive into our refreshing inclusive POLLS.

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KOROW is Slavic word for weed and weed is a plant considered undesirable in a particular situation, "a plant in the wrong place". Examples commonly are plants unwanted in human-controlled settings. In this concept KOROW is taken out of the agricultural context and implemented in the socio-political context. Unwonted plants are referring to 'unwonted' social groups.