jueves, 27 de abril de 2017

Peerform It! - Press release 2

The International Seminar Peerform It! has finished succesfully

From the 18th to the 23rd of April in Ezcaray (Spain), professionals that work with the youth with interculturality and inclusion have participated in this initiative funded by the Erasmus+ programme. The objectives of this activity, to share the good practices each of the organizations locally implement as well as to make new connections for future projects, have been widely achieved.

21 professionals from the 7 participating entities, ON&OFF as coordinator, Dinamica Teatral as collaborator, and Theatre - Studio “Studentina” (Bulgaria), Association for promotion of IT, Culture and Coexistence IKS (Croatia), Associazione Culturale Zoe (Italy), Stichting The English Theatre STET (Netherlands) y Asociaţia Bolyongo Színházi Egyesület (Romania) as participants, have gathered in the north of Spain to share the good practices about interculturality and inclusion they carry out with their youth.

Each of the participating organizations led a 1,5 hour workshop with a theoretical introduction, an implementation of the activities and a part used for questions and comments. It must also be highlighted the presence of Fernando Ruiz, the pedagogical and artistic director of Dinamica Teatral, who shared a good practice on the use of theatre with the mentally disabled. 

"Peerform It!" is a European project funded under the Key Action 1 of the Erasmus+ programme of the European Comission; and therefore a workshop to share experiences, good practice and tips in the planning, implementation and reporting of Erasmus+ programme was implemented.

In the development of this seminar, professionals in the field of youth, art and interculturality have made new connection and started developing new transnational projects, as well as created new educational materials and intellectual outputs to disseminate the use of theatre as a tool to promote among the youth values such as solidarity, inclusion, respect and intercultural dialogue.

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