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  • Funder: European Commission Project Code: 608484-EPP-1-2019-1-ES-EPPKA2-CBY-ACPALA
    Funder Contribution: 129,720 EUR

    "The idea pursued with this project, ""Radio for Youth - RAYO"", is to give visibility to the reality that young people live with fewer opportunities in Latin America through radio. Thanks to this project, young people with disabilities, geographic barriers and / or belonging to minority groups will have the opportunity to explore a tool such as radio podcasts, which will allow them to express how they live the main problems that affect young people and get their opinions from them to a wide range of public, because thanks to the Internet, many barriers have disappeared in the access to information. The ultimate goal is to empower those young people with fewer opportunities by learning radio communication and the opportunities offered by new technologies, generating 10 radio pieces in which they discuss the problems that concern them the most. In addition, as it is an international project, they will be able to get in touch with young people who live in other realities and intercultural relations will be favored. Likewise, the project will generate a new methodology for youth workers (and young people themselves) to know how to use radio as a tool for empowerment in the youth field. Phases of the project: The project will be divided into five phases, to which the transnational meetings will be added (at least one initial, one final and one intermediate) and launch events of the initiative in each of the territories involved. 1.- Preparation of a study to detect which are the most worrying problems for young people in today's society and choosing the 10 most relevant ones.2.- Development of a training course on making an online podcast - online radio workshop - in which a youth worker and two young people will participate for each of the entities involved.3.- Preparation, by the groups of young people of the entities involved, of a reality analysis, through radio reports, on each of the problems detected.4.- Development of a meeting in which two young people and a leader of each of the entities involved in the project participate, in which they can debate on each of the topics established in the first phase, how was the transfer of the knowledge and the performance of radio reports.5.- Assembly of 10 podcast, one for each problem detected, including the reports made by the young people of each of the countries involved, the debate held in the meeting of phase 4 and, finally, a podcast in which Youth groups propose recommendations to improve the problems they have.Main topics: inclusion, youth, social problems, communication, radio"

  • Funder: European Commission Project Code: 602250-EPP-1-2018-1-ES-EPPKA2-CBY-ACPALA
    Funder Contribution: 126,740 EUR

    One of the priorities of the European Union is the Europe 2000 Strategy, which gives value to education and training in the implementation of youth policies to achieve smart, sustainable and inclusive growth. The Lisbon Strategy is intended to encourage the participation of youth with non-formal learning activities and thus work to reduce social exclusion among youth. Within this framework, the SIEP project was born as a project created to design and promote educational resources so that youth operators can prevent bullying and cyberbullying among young people using the Theater of Oppressed as an educational tool.Taking into account the situation caused by the Covid-19, a proposal had to be modified and developed to carry out this project in virtual contexts. Even so, evaluating the schedule and the objectives set in the project, the proposed actions have been executed in time, as well as the achievement of the objectives.It has been possible to create a consortium between the entities that develop the project and create a collaborative work network in which 5 organizations from 4 countries have worked together to achieve the objectives set. All this arises from the need and effort to provide youth organizations and youth workers with opportunities for training and cooperation in order to generate dialogue and skills that promote and encourage diversity and prevention of social exclusion, especially in bullying and cyberbullying.At first, through a previous investigation, a study about the situation of bullying and cyberbullying was made in each of the countries that collaborate in the project. In this way, we have been able to know each of the realities and their contexts.Another concrete result of the project has been the creation of 22 educational pills organized into 7 groups: icebreaker activities, project introduction, learning by doing - body language, analyzing the context with techniques of Theater of the Oppressed, image theater - creations, advice and creating my educational pills.All the work has been reflected in the creation of a web page with access to the videos of the educational pills uploaded to the Project's YouTube Channel and translated into the languages ​​of the entities participating in the project: Spanish, English, Portuguese and Guaraní and; the creation of 3 manuals for the implementation of the project in face-to-face or virtual format:• Interactive design manual for educational pills where you will find a series of tips for the execution of educational pills and checklists for preparation, execution and follow-up.• Virtual platforms manual where the different virtual platforms used for the execution of the project are discussed in online format: Blackboard, Powtoon, Socrative and Zoom.• SIEP Manual in virtual format. Summary manual of the project where the different pills are developed and their application for virtual contexts.


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