Intercultural Communication for Social Inclusion of Young people through Theater


Skills development and inclusion through creativity and arts.


Promoting engaging, connecting and empowering young people

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The project is carried out transnationally acknowledging that the exchange of the different experiences will enrich the results (tangible and intangible) of the project with a multidimensional point of view, also ass


We will 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.

News & Events

  • The experience of theater in working with youth in social exclusion situations
    In March, the organizations partners of ACTin YOUth reunited in Rotterdam for a LTTA (Learning, Teaching Training Activity) regarding the project. The participants had the opportunity to deepen their knowledge in theater techniques and dive into the field of theater of the oppressed. This LTTA, designed to capacitated youth workers with skills to design, development and implement their workshops with local youngsters, to empower them and fight the social exclusion of young people with different and difficult backgrounds.   Marta […]
  • The theater embrace the realities and diversity of youth
    Theater workshops for youth workers have started in Barcelona, at Raval neighborhood. The group of youth is established by persons with different cultural background and diverse social realities. The workshop help the youth workers to develop their skill’s day to day, but the most for accompanying their emotions. Create emotional relationships between the participants to reach a confident and safety space, group or workshop. In the beginning of the workshops were a complicated moment for the participants because they feel […]
  • Theatre-based Skills Enhancement Workshops in Greece
    The ACtinYOUth training held in Rotterdam, the Netherlands had a significant impact on the overall skills of the participating Youth Workers. The knowledge and values ​​acquired through the educational mobility made them capable and autonomous to design and create their own local training workshops.     For example, Evi Apostolopoulou, the project’s Youth Worker, organized an experiential communication workshop on May 6, 2022, with the goal of raising awareness among participants from various cultural backgrounds about the importance of nonverbal […]
  • The Benefits of Theater Education 
    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 are the essence of drama.  Empathy & Tolerance: Acting roles from different situations, time periods, and cultures promotes compassion and tolerance for others.  Cooperation/Collaboration: Theatre […]