program, with the organisation of a first training session from 20th to 30th mai in Buenos Aires. The program took place in the Recoleta Cultural Center and brought together 27 dancers and organisers from all over Spanish speaking Latin America, providing them with training in the field of creation, transmission and setting-up a cultural project.
The program continues through the second half 2019 for the celebrations of 14th July organised by the French ambassador to Buenos Aires. It will see the intervention of the choregrapher from Montpellier, Virgile Dagneux (Cie Virgule) accompanied by the argentine choreographer Edardo Mercado. The project will involve dancers of the May 2019 training scheme as well as ballet dancers from Théâtre San Martin of Buenos Aires. Prepartion will involve a 10 day residency training scheme, culminating in a one-off performance at the Théâtre San Martin of Buenos Aires on the 13 th July.
A third work session is programmed in November 2019 with the objective of creating a performance bringing together a part of the dancers who took part in the first two sessions.



Over a three year period since 2018, the associations Village Titan from Reunion Island and Hip Hop Evolution from Mayotte teamed-up to structure the development of Hip Hop in these two Overseas Departments. Supported by both the Reunion Island Prefecture and the DRJSCS, this structuring focuses on a strong inter regional communication link which has enabled collaboration with South Africa and Madagascar leading to actions favouring the exchange between youth of these different cultures.
Working with Battle Of The Year France and International, as well as enabling crews and Bboys from South Africa and Madagascar to partake in the International BOTY 2018, this structuring project has led to an even bigger project of structuring within the area, which will start at the beginning of 2019 and go on through to 2022.
2019 is dedicated to implementing of the collaborative steps between the operators from these four territories with the French Istitutes in both South Africa and Madagascar, with a view of forecasting the actions to be led form 2020 to 2022.