The transformation of bullets from a symbol of war, death and hate into a concrete image of peace and hope.
The UNHATE Dove project was started in Fabrica and took form at the University of Tripoli – a large artistic installation of a dove covered by 22,000 spent cartridges, shot in some of the world’s countless scenes of warfare and combat.
The dove was installed in the gardens of the Palazzo Reale in Tripoli, for the first Independence Day celebrations for the Libyan people in 42 years after the fall of Gheddafi.
A unique event with a strong symbolic value that fits into the UNHATE Foundation’s agenda: an occasion to highlight once more in a
concrete manner the desire to combat the culture of hate and play an active role in cultural change for citizens all over the world, starting with the young.
Learn more about the project.