Al-Harah Theater believes in the importance of partnerships between local community institutions, especially cultural ones, to unify various efforts in promoting the role of culture and arts in serving society. Al-Harah Theater also places great importance on networking with institutions in our Arab and international surroundings to exchange experiences and convey the message of Palestinian art to the world.

Al-Harah Theater is a founding member of many different local, regional, and international networks, including:

The Palestinian Performing Arts Network is the result of years of intensive collaboration between fifteen Palestinian artistic institutions working in performing arts, including dance, music, circus, and theater.

Established in 2015, PPAN serves as a collective framework for artistic institutions, playing a collective role in enhancing Palestinian cultural identity, encompassing intellectual, civilizational, and human components, as the heritage and future of the Palestinian people. It upholds the value of freedom of expression as a human necessity, particularly for liberating both people and land. It aims to generalize performing arts across all areas, especially those facing political, social, and economic marginalization, using them to highlight the high human values of Palestinian Arab resistance and social cohesion, making performing arts one of the means and tools of liberation.  


This Palestinian network was established by three performing arts institutions: Al-Harah Theater, El-Funoun Palestinian Popular Dance Troupe, and Theatre Day Productions. The network aims to exchange experiences between these partner institutions to enhance the artistic and administrative capabilities of their teams, as well as to build the capacities of other artistic groups and independent artists, focusing on youth.

DNA seeks to contribute to establishing a national base for performing arts, working on spreading and promoting arts in education and developing the Palestinian cultural sector in general.

El-Funoun Palestinian Popular Dance Troupe: 

Theatre Day Productions:  

This network includes various Palestinian institutions targeting children up to 18 years old, aiming to unify and intensify efforts to achieve and enhance children’s rights in a safe environment by empowering children and individuals to influence national policies and raise community awareness about children’s rights, based on the International Convention on the Rights of the Child and international human rights law.

Founded in 2008, Tamasi aims to promote excellence in the performing arts at the local, regional, and international levels. Tamasi is a collective of 11 organizations from Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, and Palestine, all sharing a strong belief in the central role of arts and culture in achieving social and economic growth and prosperity.

Tamasi believes that the struggle for freedom is primarily a struggle to open spaces, whether physical, social, or political. Democracy does not begin or end at the ballot box; for the democratic process to be effective, freedom of expression, diversity, dialogue, and acceptance of the “other” must become a lived reality practiced at all levels and in all contexts. Performing arts, being inherently diverse and inclusive, represent an indispensable tool for opening channels of communication and dialogue and rethinking some prevailing narratives and behaviors.  

An international network co-founded by Al-Harah Theater, comprising 29 different members from governmental authorities, universities, research centers, and cultural NGOs from 21 Mediterranean countries. This network aims to foster cultural exchange and cooperation among cultural and arts practitioners in the participating countries, creating a blend of rich artistic identities rooted in shared history. It plans cross-border projects and partnerships in performing arts, literature, visual arts, and heritage, serving as a forum for joint discussions among member countries to promote and elevate culture in the Mediterranean region.

An international network for artists in the performing arts sector, established in 2000 by the French association The Presto Co. Subito\ Trisunic, following several European projects involving TV entertainment, educational exchange, and co-productions. This network includes partners from Belgium, France, Italy, Lebanon, Palestine, and Portugal, and aims to gradually expand to include other countries from the Arab Maghreb and the Middle East.

Indra Congress aims to provide young people from conflict-affected communities with opportunities to express their opinions, needs, and aspirations through the use of the arts, to build fair and equitable human relationships. Through this forum, we aim to provide a safe space that allows young people to unleash their creativity, share their stories, express their ideas and feelings, and explore strategies to deal peacefully and effectively with challenging situations in their lives and communities.

Our vision is to use the language of the arts to foster empathy and connect young people with their peers worldwide. This will empower them to learn more about themselves and each other, build cross-border relationships, and become agents of change in their communities and advocates for justice. 

The Anna Lindh Foundation is an intergovernmental organization bringing together civil society organizations and citizens from across the Mediterranean to build trust and improve mutual understanding. The network aims to build more inclusive, empathetic, and resilient communities to combat growing distrust and polarization. Established in 2003 to “take action to restart dialogue and reject the risk of a clash of civilizations.” 

ASSITEJ works to unite theaters, organizations, and individuals worldwide who produce theatrical performances for children and young people. The association is dedicated to protecting and promoting the artistic, cultural, and educational rights of children and young people globally, advocating for all children regardless of nationality, cultural identity, abilities, gender, sexual orientation, race, or religion. ASSITEJ brings people together to share knowledge and practices in theater for children and young people to deepen understanding, develop practices, create new opportunities, and strengthen the global sector.

Members of ASSITEJ include national cultural centers, professional networks, and individuals from around 100 countries worldwide.