Workshop: Introducing a Circular Four-Step Process of Participation in Democratic Life

After an invitation of the Institute for Youth and Life-long Learning, Inter Alia facilitated a workshop that focused on the ways and methods to engage young people in democratic processes (14.11.2022). The overall aim of the workshop (coinciding with one of the Erasmus+ strategic objectives) was to explore approaches to civic, economic, social, cultural and political participation, through the…

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OUTCAST EUROPE CONNECTING WITH SCHOOLS

During November, Outcast Europe expanded its network to schools in the greater area of Athens, in order to bring the topics of movement and displacement in the classroom, via a non-formal learning activity titled”Objects narrating the stories of ‘others’”. The first visit took place on November 25 at Mesopotamia Solidarity School in Moschato. Mesopotamia is part…

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My Step Forward – Reflections by Drosoula Charta, Katerina Georgouli, Evi Dendrinoy and Loukas Katsantonis

“The program “Step forward” was a unique experience. We stayed in Celje,a beautiful town in the middle of Slovenia. We made  friends from around Europe, we exchanged ideas and views and we discovered many new things through the activities. The theme of the topic was about helping young people to make a step forward in various aspects of their…

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Media Literacy – Resource Guide Handbook for youth workers, trainers, teachers and volunteers ­

This media literacy non-formal learning guide, is an outcome of the Get it Right project and aims to develop competencies of youth workers in the field of media literacy, to cultivate critical thinking, text interpretation, responsible use of social media, with a view to raise awareness about the importance of media literacy. Read More Media Literacy…

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The Land of Milk and Honey, Documentary Movie, Grapes of Wrath

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This documentary follows the developments of a Capacity Building Project “Grapes of Wrath” that took place in Greece, Italy, Ghana, Senegal and Kenya in the period Feb 2017 – Jan 2019. It tries to discover the stories of the African migrants in Europe and to bring these stories back to the origin communities in Africa. Read More

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