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See it our way – Participatory Photography for Intercultural Dialogue

Training Course

23 October - 1 November 2016 | Armenia

Erasmus + Training Course, address to youth workers interested in developing their competences in Participatory Photography for Intercultural Learning.

Intercultural dialogue is the communication and the exchange of opinions and information between people from different cultural and social backgrounds. In a very diverse Europe where migrants flow and refugee crises is still dividing communities, it is more and more important to deepen the understanding of the characteristics of the other.

Visual methods admits us into a world where people can tell us their own life stories trough images. And Stories, the integral element of documentary practice and tradition, are necessarily inflected with the immediate voice and politics of the tellers.

During the proposed Training Course 28 youth workers and youth leaders will learn what participatory photography method is and how it can be used as a powerful tool for intercultural dialogue.
This project will give the participants the possibility to explore the methodology through a set of various workshops and interactive exercises. The training will also provide them with a space for debating and exploring the concept of Intercultural Dialogue and its challenges.

The participants will have a better understanding of method and all the necessary tools that, after returning to their respective communities, will enable them create projects that are based on will help them giving a voice to the minority groups they work with.

Many countries of EECA region are now facing challenges connected to the fact that their societies are growing more diverse, with an increasing number of immigrants from war zones establish themselves and living for a long period of time in the region. Hence, it is crucial to organize a mutual exchange of best practices that will contribute to the capacity building of actors in both EEACA and EU countries.


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Training overview

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This Training Course is

for 28 participants

from Armenia, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Italy, Moldova, Portugal, Russian Federation, Spain, Ukraine

and recommended for

Youth workers, Trainers, Youth leaders

Working language(s):




Contact for questions:

Ana Farelo


Phone: +37477695478


We will be able to reimburse your travel costs up to the following maximum amount:

Georgia: 180 EUR

Moldova: 275 EUR

Ukraine: 275 EUR

Russia: 360 EUR

Portugal: 820 EUR

Spain: 530 EUR

Germany: 360 EUR

Italy: 360 EUR

Greece: 275 EUR

Armenia: 0 EUR

Food and accommodation is covered 100% for all the participants (including the Armenians). There are no additional participation fees.

This training activity is funded by:

The Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme
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