The LISTEN training course will be held from January 22nd till 26th at the premises of the Verein Multikulturell in Innsbruck, Austria.
The LISTEN training course will be held with 20 trainers, counsellours and social workers from UK, Greece, Sweden, Italy, Austria and Germany, who work with refugees and other people who were forced to leave their countries and to migrate to Europe, and who are interested in storytelling and broadcasting techniques.
The five-day course covers four topics that make up the LISTEN approach:
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In early September 2018 the LISTEN partners met in Athens, centre of antique culture, representing stories from millenia and inhabitants from all cultures.
During the two days we intensively worked on shaping our products, to make sure they have an impact for the people who will use it.
The LISTEN approach introduces storytelling into intercultural education for refugees, and connects this endeavour with deliberate reflection on learning, but also seeks ways to make ones storytelling skills known through audio broadcasting media like the radio, fostering mutual understanding that evolves from sharing stories.
This way LISTEN makes a contribution to support intercultural understanding and the inclusion of refugees into European societies.
The materials will be created during autumn and tested with professionals from the field during the LISTEN training course in Innsbruck, Austria in January 2018.
LISTEN has started and our first step was to find out, what we need to know, in order to develop materials that are tailored to our beneficiaries’ needs.
For this purpose we have created an online survey that addresses educators working with refugees and/or storytelling and asks about their experiences and practices.
Learn more about our project and how you can support the LISTEN consortium from our first newsletter that can be viewed or downloaded by clicking here: LISTEN_Newsletter 1.
Welcome to the LISTEN project. LISTEN stands for “Learning from Intercultural Storytelling” and aims to develop appraoches to support learning of refugees and other groups of involuntary migrants with storytelling approaches.
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