Romania: A social circus performance held at the Pullman Bucharest with the Parada Foundation
Nine young artists from the Parada Foundation participated in a social circus performance at the Pullman Bucharest.
The aim of the Parada Foundation, to which Solidarity Accor has lent its support over the past five years, is to facilitate the social integration of children and teenagers living in the street. Using circus performance is just one of their many approaches. Many of the instructors themselves lived on the street as children.
For the fifth straight year, a troupe of nine young people had the opportunity to perform in front of the Pullman teams and their children. This show, which took place during the Christmas holidays, has become a tradition over the years by bringing together young and old alike through the circus and solidarity.
Ricky, aged 15, was on the stage that day. It was a very special moment of interaction between young people from all walks of life. For him, this performance was a chance to “share joy with others and teach them about the circus.”