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The training course “Balkan Messengers- The Role of Media in Creating Alternative Narratives” is open to young people aged 18 to 30 from Kosovo, North Macedonia and Serbia. The training will take place in Kratovo, North Macedonia, from 15 June to 21 June 2021. The training course is primarily designed to assist youth activists in using new media (mainly podcasts, memes, and videos) to combat nationalism, sexism, and homophobia. Therefore, young people with a background in activism, young podcasters, youth social media influencers, and any other young people interested in expanding their horizons in the following topics are invited to apply.
“Balkan Messengers – The Role of Media in Creating Alternative Narratives” training course is designed as a seven-day intensive educational program. During the training, the participants will be educated through non-formal education methodologies, including simulations, case studies, role-playing, plenary and group discussion, reflection exercises, and media working stations.
The course is organised by Association for Educational Development EKVALIS and its partner(s), Ardhmeria Youth Center and Balkan Idea Novi Sad, who are supported by RYCO within the 4th Open Call for Project Proposals co-financed by the European Union.
Sources: NGO Ekvalis
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