Diapalante means « mutual help » in wolof - by Claire Dehove[Proceedings] by Claire Dehove


Claire Dehove is an artist and scenographer. She holds a PhD in aesthetism and art sciences. She is the founder and one of the leaders of the Agency of Hypotheses, also known as WOS (Work on Stage). In 2010, she launched the initiative Diapalante, that aims at financing the creation of mobile market stalls for women in Senegal.

Claire Dehove has a background of diverse areas of expertise and experiences. The artist scenographer introduces us to the ”Agency of Hypotheses”, also known as WOS “Work on Stage,” which she founded, and to Diapalante, a project carried out under the remit of WOS. There are many links with alternative management: Claire Dehove breaks away from conventions in terms of legal status, project management and marketing.

Quote article  Claire Dehove, « Diapalante means « mutual help » in wolof - by Claire Dehove », 11 november 2011, Alternative Management Observatory (AMO), [Proceedings]

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