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Take part in the CTS Skills Exchange! March/April 2022
"Education does not transform the World. Education changes People. People change the World." - Paulo Freire Young people involved in CTS projects are building lasting legacies of their original work. Some of you have started your own CSOs, others are volunteering or working for organisations where you have been able to run and establish community programmes, and many of you are simply committed and curious to explore where you could go next. The aim of the CTS Skills Exchange is to give young people involved in Changing the Story (CTS) and Mobile Arts for Peace (MAP) projects an opportunity to develop skills that would be useful to them as young change-makers. We asked you what sorts of workshops would be most useful to you. Based on those answers, we've developed a brilliant series of workshops, delivered by CTS partners, that respond to what you want to see. The Skills Exchange runs from 14th March to 11th April 2022, and ends with a Peer Exchange session where young people can also share between each other key skills, tips and insights they've found useful for their own work. To see the full programme and sign up one or all of the workshops, visit this link: https://airtable.com/shrKqRpdLjP9BP3zV There is a limit of 20 participants per workshop.
CTS SKills Exchange Facilitators
From researchers to artists, filmmakers to designers, from Malaysia to Rwanda, South Africa to the UK, learn more about the different people facilitating CTS Skills Exchange sessions here:
|How to transform the world, photograph by photograph||Robert Golden|
|Making documentaries to transform the world||Robert Golden|
|Engaging Young People through Visual Art: Comic strip and Collage||Harla Sara Octarra, Vina Puspita|
|Graphic Design and Social Media: An Introduction||Oli Muhizi|
|Graphic Design and Social Media: A Lever for Change||Oli Muhizi|
|First steps in social entrepreneurship||Andreana Drencheva, Au Wee Chan|
|Young people for PAR using visual arts with other young people||Tendayi Marovah, Joshua Chikozho|
|Peer Exchange||All who attend 🙂|