Self-Confidence: Taking risks in class and performing for an audience teach students to trust their ideas and abilities. This confidence will apply in nearly every aspect of their future.   Imagination: In a word addicted to technology, theater provides an outlet for making creative choices, thinking new ideas, and interpreting the material in expressive ways that […]

WCM hosted the LTTA

Stichting CWM Education, in Holland, hosted the joint staff training event: Training for youTHeatre workers during the first days of Mach 22. The aim of this workshop was to give to Youth Workers (4 from each partner organisation) all theoretical and practical skills to go further in the project’s development: giving to some of the

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Alongside the desk research to collect Best Practices, WalkTogether conducted 2 Focus Group with the involvement of 12 youth workers and teachers who provided their insights regarding the techniques to approach young people with diverse cultural background, artistic tools for the education of young migrants and expressed their opinion on the values of theatrical and

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By July we organized a focus group aiming to meet other local entities that work with youngsters with a theatrical approach. It has been an enriching experience, a two hours session of echange, reflection and willingness of networking. This activity is part of ACTinYOUth project, its main objective is foster youth workers’ intercultural competences with

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Alongside the desk survey to collect Best Practices, IASIS conducted 2 Focus Groups with the involvement of 8 youth participants in each one. Sixteen Youth Workers from Greece, Spain and Italy participated in the interactive discussions and provided their insights regarding the techniques to approach young beneficiaries with diverse cultural background, artistic tools for the

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The main objective of ACTin’YouTH is to foster youth workers’ intercultural competences with theatrical methodologies aimed at creating local theatre workshops for the social inclusion of young people with different cultural background at risk of social exclusion. We invite youth workers and youngsters (aged 18-30) to join us in order to participate in the several

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