TAC – Theatre for Active Citizenship

Training Course
28 July – 5 August 2013 | London, United Kingdom
This project was a training course that aimed to give tools to young people to facilitate and work in the socio-educational sector.
The training has been based upon the experiences from previous projects and is the result of an Evaluation meeting implemented in Ommen (The Netherlands) in December 2012 funded through the YiA programme.
The project has been then implemented in London and it aimed to target young people to contribute to develop their capabilities of workers in the civil society organisations or in the youth field.
Participants had experience and interest in working with young people from disadvantaged background (unemployed, marginalised etc.), they will be 23 with an interest in creative tools (arts, theatre etc.).
The countries involved were: Serbia, Albania, UK, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Italy, Spain, Lithuania.
Non-formal education, theatre, team building, simulations, debates, working groups, evaluation session and performance was the main methods used to deliver the programme.
Another aim of the project was to broaden in INCA’s projects participation to Neighboring countries.
The activities introduced artists, youth workers, social entrepreneurs and trainers that wanted to begin or develop their professional career to the use of theatre as a tool of intervention.
The programme included: working groups, simulations, debates, theatre and non-formal education exercises to promote social inclusion. The project was hosted in London for 8 days.
The project was open to anybody that wanted to strengthen their skills using specific Tools in their own context.

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