Act now to break up violence – Creative international workshop of theatre and video

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Objectives

  • To develop a critical awareness among youth on the theme of violence in all its forms.
  • To stimulate debate about violence.
  • To emphasize the different approaches deriving from different cultures.

Activities

  • Training course including intercultural debate, workshops (in theater and video production).
  • Creation of a final product (a video) treating the issue of violence, organized and fully created and played by the workshop’s participants.

Results

Partners

  • Coordinator: CESIE (Italy)
  • Student Youth Council (Georgia)
  • Alternativ-V (Ukraine)
  • Stability (Moldova)
  • Blà Blà – Teatro Jovem de Campo Maior (Portugal)
  • International Youth Initiative Association (Spain)
  • Overhalla Commune (Norway)
  • Sustainable Development Association (Egypt)
  • Pistes Solidaires (France)
  • Projektwerkstatt Umwelt und Entwicklung e.V (Germany)

The project

Project Number

Date of the project

6/06/2010 – 12/06/2010

DG of reference

Council of Europe through EYF (European Youth Foundation) – Category A

Categories

Unit

Youth

Info & contacts

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E-mail

silvia.ciaperoni@cesie.org
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