YouthLoop

The vision of the project

Our vision is to build resilience in youth, especially youth with fewer opportunities in a state of vulnerability, through activities related to video production of short fiction films.

Objective

We aim to achieve that young people with fewer opportunities as final beneficiaries of the project acquire a very useful tool for the development of strong resilience that can protect and empower them facing challenges in their lives with the use of short fiction films which can be a very attractive tool for the development of positive self-image.

Goals

  • To develop and disseminate a methodology that will equip youth workers with knowledge about the process of short fiction film as a medium for working with young people.

  • To directly involve young people with fewer opportunities in the whole process of testing the methodology for the duration of the project.

  • To disseminate the positive effects of cross-sectoral cooperation and thus facilitate their contribution to fostering the development of young people's resilience to face the challenges of life.

Activities

  • Developing a methodology and thus tools and knowledge on how to organise workshops for young people with fewer opportunities in the field of short fiction film.

  • International mobility for young people with fewer opportunities on short fiction filmmaking, led by filmmakers and youth workers, to test the methodology developed. 18 participants will take part.

  • Development of an e-learning platform where youth workers will be provided with developed methods and practical tools for the use of short fiction film in youth work, based on our developed methodology.

  • Carrying out final dissemination events to disseminate the results of our project.

Partners

Gombolyag Alapítvány

Hungary (coordinator)


IR MEDIA

Slovenia

Programme: Erasmus+

Key Action: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices

Action type: Small-scale partnerships for youth

ID: 2022-1-HU01-KA210-YOU-000083484

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