A training course that explored social inclusion through Theatre of the Oppressed & Forum theatre and plan achievable local and international projects that support the participation of young people !
The aims were:
For participants to learn more about the issues and challenges of marginalised young people and help them address this marginalisation through drama methodologies and through the specific methodology of ‘Theatre of the Oppressed’.
We believe this methodology can address the very essence of non-formal experiental learning and works excellently with people of all abilities and levels of education. This ties in with The European Youth Forums policy papers that recognises that non-formal learning contributes to the personal and social development of young people.
In their study of the impact of non-formal education on young people employability the European Youth Forum have tangible evidence of the value and the role of youth organizations as quality education providers and of their contribution to the development of relevant skills of young people.
30 youth workers from Czech Republic, Germany, Israel, Ireland, Jordan, Kosovo, Palestine, Portugal, Poland, Serbia and Switzerland participated.Call_for_pax_TC_Scene_for_Change
The project was funded by the movetia foundation.