Edwina Issa, Creative Director of Creative Projects and Project Leader of the Jordan Team of Trojan Women Projects UK, an expert in Drama in Education. She served two terms as the Vice President of the International Drama & Theatre in Education Association GMC (IDEA). The major contributor to the Jordan Drama Strategies Teaching Guide, Ministry of Education. She lectures globally, trains drama teachers, examines theatre and works in the use of drama for conflict resolution. Her recent work employs drama and music therapy amongst Syrian refugees and vulnerable Jordanians. She is currently engaged in a visibility project for the World Food Programme using drama strategies
to generate lyrics for an original song by aid recipients to sustain the goals of the WFP. A consultant for the Royal Film Commission Jordan she trains actors for the film industry.
Publications at WAXMANN:
Arts Education around the World: Comparative Research Seven Years after the Seoul Agenda
2018, 424 pages, paperback, 44,90 €, ISBN 978-3-8309-3797-5