Arlinda (Youth Research Board)
Hello everyone, my name is Arlinda, I come from Kosova, in a city called Prizren.
I’m studying Cultural Anthropology in the University of Prishtina, and I participated in the Changing the Story project, ReSpace.
My talent is that I draw and I paint; I got the talent from my grandfather. I like doing ethnography so much and getting interviews.
Being a part of Changing the Story is amazing as i get to see more diversity in other cultures and meet new people.
The biggest issue where I live, is I would say school. Not many people who live here have access to school because we are a new country and because financially unstable. A lot of children and young people have to work just to have food on their tables. What I want to achieve through Changing the Story, is to help create access to any kind of schooling program that will help anyone in my country.
Search or browse the resource archive for films, reports, toolkits and other resources produced by the Changing the Story and its commissioned projects. Items written by Arlinda are listed below:
|Youth Research Board final reflections||The Youth Research Board are fundamental to Changing the Story. Their contribution to the project is remarkable, therefore it is only right that they get to say a few final …||Antonia Bello, Arlinda, David Espitia, Eric Ngabonziza, Jayden, Jesús Campos, Leonard, Rovithono, Samjhana Balami, Taahirah Hoosain, Trina Hoti||Youth Research Board||format: article, language: english, language: spanish, subject: participatory arts, subject: youth||youth-research-board||article language-english language-spanish subject-participatory-arts youth|
|Does the education system equip us for our future?||Creative Education Corner is a group within the Changing the Story Youth Research Board comprised of Samjhana, Arlinda, and Taahirah who are interested in arts-based methods and specifically the question …||Arlinda, Samjhana Balami, Taahirah Hoosain||Youth Research Board||format: zine, subject: participatory arts, subject: youth||youth-research-board||format-zine subject-participatory-arts youth|