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Once Upon a Story - Digital Storytelling for Intercultural Dialogue

The training activity took place
in √Čvora, Portugal
organised by ESN √Čvora
5.-14. November 2017

Aims & objectives

- To provide participants with an opportunity to go through an intensive facilitator course that will enable them to understand digital storytelling as a method of working with youth with diverse cultural/migration background
- To equip them with skills necessary to design and implement digital storytelling projects
for intercultural dialogue in their own respective communities
- To enhance participants' ITC skills and to promote the use of innovative youth work
methodology based on digital means
- To reflect upon the specifics of work with youth at risk of discrimination due to their
cultural/religious/national background and to discover methods for avoiding radical
- To establish a network of individuals and organizations interested in further
cooperation on the topic of working with youth with diverse cultural background
- To develop a concrete plan for follow-up projects focus on promoting intercultural

Target group & international/intercultural composition of the group & team

Youth workers from Portugal, Spain, the Netherlands, Italy, Germany and Poland.

Training methods used & main activities

Digital Storytelling - Berkeley method

Outcomes of the activity

All participants created a film with their personal story during the training course, followed by facilitators training in the method.

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

Lead trainer

I worked on this training for 10 days as a full time trainer.

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