The Story Project: Learning from Community Stories is an EU project funded under the Youth Education Sector of the Erasmus+ programme. A consortium of 6 organisations from 4 different European countries works together to create a model and a series of creative workshops based on storytelling to help young people become more resilient and enhance their intercultural competences and creative potential.
The Story Project steps up to put young people’s voices at the heart of decision making and enable them to be part of the solution in the aftermath of the Covid-19 crisis.
FOR YOUNG PEOPLE:
FOR YOUTH WORKERS / EDUCATORS:
FOR ACTORS IN THE CREATIVITY AND CULTURAL SECTOR:
Contact person: Wendy de Rijk
Dona Daria is an expertise centre for emancipation, participation and social inclusion in Rotterdam. It was established in 2006 through a merge of 6 organisations with different cultural roots. The foundation has profound knowledge and experience around the most vulnerable citizens in Rotterdam with a low socio-economic position. Themes of expertise are participation, self-determination, domestic violence, health issues and integration of disadvantaged groups, youth care, including migrants.
Contact person: Reneta Palova
Inthecity is a new media private company, specializsed in producing high quality professional media, expertly tailored to the specific objective and ethos of the project - short films, documentaries, animations and web-based products with educational purposes. The company develops concepts and provides solutions for embedding digital storytelling and creative techniques in different educational environments - skill trainings, language and intercultural learning, entrepreneurial education, gender specific measures, civic and human rights education, social inclusion and integration of miarginalised groups.
Contact person: Sabrina Machetti
The University for Foreigners of Siena is a public university involved both in teaching Italian as a foreign language and in scientific research activities concerning the diffusion of the Italian language and culture all over the world. The University promotes and encourages the international dimension of research and training, the processes of meeting, dialogue, mediation between people with different languages and cultures through a series of educational and scientific activities.
Contact person: Santa Puce
FIFEDE is an insular foundation for training, employment and business development. The foundation in collaboration with Tenerife island local government is executing the Action Plan for Employment to boost employability of Tenerife youth by formal education activities, and the Insular Plan for Entrepreneurship that works on sustainable development of the island. The foundation is Social Labor Assessment Agency and has been certified by Quality Management System ISO 9001 and Environmental Management System 14001.
Contact person: Freda Manweiler
The Smashing Times International Centre for the Arts and Equality incorporating Smashing Times Theatre and Film Company and Smashing Times Youth Arts Ensemble is dedicated to the promotion, study and practice of the arts, human rights, climate justice and gender equality. The Centre operates as an arts space, a resource service, a networking agency and digital hub, using creativity, research and new digital technologies to promote the arts, human rights and gender equality for all.
Contact person: Svetlana Rashkov
Pressure Line is a creative and visual communications agency, established in 1997. Core competences are development of communication and dissemination strategies, research and marketing, creation of corporate identities, web design, multimedia projects, developing and designing of learning materials. Pressure Line works for governmental organizations, regional and local authorities, educational and cultural institutions and welfare organizations.