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Les artistes de la danse, qu’ils soient danseurs, professeurs de danse, maîtres de ballet ou chorégraphes, ont, de tout temps, voyagé pour exercer leur art. Leurs déplacements, volontaires dans le cadre de formations ou de tournées, sont parfois contraints par les guerres, les épidémies ou des raisons politiques et financières. Alors qu’au début de la professionnalisation du ballet, les artistes français et italiens migrent à travers toute l’Europe, les bouleversements politiques qui touchent le continent au début du xxe siècle entraînent une multiplication des migrations, principalement d’est en ouest. Cependant, la mondialisation grandissante des échanges favorise aussi la mobilité des artistes de la danse dans l’ensemble de l’Europe et vers l’Amérique.

Anna Pavlova à la gare du Nord, 1930, photographie de presse, Agence Meurisse

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Portrait photographique de Marc Chagall (1887-1985), 4 juillet 1941
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The global justice movement emerged in the 1990s in connection with protests over the legitimacy of a global governance by supranational institutions. It bore a strong heritage stemming from the social movements of the 1970s, with regard to both its theoretical point of view and its militant forces, and counted feminist activists among its ranks. Although the woman question is present in the working groups, founding principles, and activist agenda of the global justice movement, feminists have nevertheless denounced the lack of a cross-cutting feminist approach in global justice programs, as well as the incomplete implementation of gender equality in its decision-making bodies.

Members of the global justice movement protesting against the Iraq war, Washington, September 24, 2005

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