Erasmus+ Project In Poland “Every Pixel Tells a Story”

Date Added: 01 December 2018 / 23:29

16-24 November, 2018, Caucasus Youth Nexus , Delegation of MasterPeace Georgia and Caucasus Youth Nexus attended Erasmus+ Training Course ” Every Pixel Tells a Story ” in Poronin, Poland. The project was supported by European Commission’s Erasmus+ program. The main goal of the project was to teach young leaders how to promote intercultural dialogue through digital means of expressions, with a special focus on digital storytelling. This methodology is widely used in different European countries, in order to enhance inclusion of vulnerable groups of youngsters and give them opportunity to speak up and share their challenges and problems publicly. Totally 18 young leaders from Ukraine, Poland, Austria, Spain, Belarus, Armenia, Moldova, Denmark and Georgia participated in this training course. First day of the project was dedicated to get know to each other activities, ice-breaking and team building activities, exercises about importance of communication with local population. Next days participants had opportunity to acquire skills and competences regarding the methodology of digital storytelling and its components such as script writing, voice recording, working with visual, and using open source software to create short digital stories. In the second part of the project they went through sessions preparing them to become digital storytelling facilitators back in their home communities. During the project participants had an opportunity to visit Zakopane, to explore sightseeing, local culture and history. Delegation offers its gratitude to host organization “Fundacja Autokreacja” from Poland and plans to cooperate with them in future with different projects and activities.


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