Theatre Tools for Dramatic Situations — Romania

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Programme & action: ERASMUS+, Key Action 1: Training Course

Venue: Sarata Monteoru & Buzau, Romania

TC dates: 7 – 15 May  2020

Participants: 2

Host organisation: FPT Buzau

Participating countries: Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, France, Greece, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, North Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Turkey

Please read the  info-pack

Project info:

THEATER TOOLS FOR DRAMATIC SITUATIONS is a training course that brings together 34 participants and 5 experts from 17 European countries. Activities will take place in Sarata Monteoru and Buzau from May 7-15, 2020.

The context in which the project takes place stands out by increasing the number of migrants in Europe and the outbreak of the worst post-World War II crisis. Terrorist attacks in recent years have lowered the acceptance of allogeneic populations and increased the risk of integration to 42% in the EU. Resident populations are reluctant, fears, hatred and xenophobia migrant groups are increasingly appearing into intolerance, discrimination, street protests, while some parties legitimate their sentiments in nationalist extremist programs and actions that generate success among a part of the population and an unclear position in the media.

The aim of the project is to improve the professional activity of youth workers in Europe in educating young people and civil society for a better social integration of migrants

Objectives:

  1. raising for 34 youth workers from 17 countries awareness of the importance of cultural diversity,equal opportunities and anti-hate discourse in developing their capacity for social integration of migrants in the community
  2. developing 34 youth workers from 17 countries of new socio-civic and cultural-artistic competences to facilitate the elimination of conflicts between the majority population and migrant groups
  3.  Improving the quality and efficiency of work of 34 youth workers from 17 countries by assimilating for a week a non-formal creative tools based on dramatic art and their application in the next 6 months in identifying solutions to situations of cultural discrimination of migrants

 

There will be 3 intercultural sessions, 5 introductory-thematic sessions based on the preparation and documentation phase and 6 extended DRAMA workshop divided into 3 sub-forums: forum theater, role-playing and LARP, the final products being represented on a stage in Buzau.Evaluation activities will be daily, intermediate and final and will be reflections in groups and plenary.

DRAMA workshops will produce 2 forum theater plays, 6 scenes and one LARP track.

Profile of participants:

  • 2 youth workers/partner – gender balance recommended, native citizens recommended(we can accept maximum 1 person/country not native but resident – no ESC volunteers or Erasmus Students accepted)
  • age over 20 years old
  • active or interested in working with migrants
  • good english level- B2 minimum
  • different level of experience: one experienced and one beginner
  • active involvment in all sessions and in dissemination phase after project
  • team spirit and possibility to use the results of the project after mobility in their organization and community 

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