Tag Archive: arts

  In all corners of the globe, the COVID-19 pandemic has affected young people’s education, employment, mental health and disposable income, particularly for those who had already been disadvantaged due to complex inequalities and marginalisation. In low- and middle-income countries like Colombia, the impact of the pandemic has been felt...

Creative responses to COVID-19, new regional consolidating learning research projects, and our first international film festival – find out what Changing the Story got up to in our third year! Following the scoping, development and capacity strengthening of our first year and the launch of our funding structure and Small...

Mary Drosopulos is the Post-doctoral Research Assistant of the Co-Learn SEE project (January-July 2021): a comparative, evaluative and participatory research project investigating the learning from four CtS participatory-arts projects in the SEE region. Getting involved in the CoLearn SEE project When I got involved in the ‘Changing the Story’ project...

Youth, Voice and Development is a Leeds University-based programme that asks: ‘What works for putting young people at the heart of research that contributes to positive change?’ Phase One, in 2020, was a collaboration between Changing the Story and the British Council which aimed to map connections and synergies between...

  [English Version. Sigue desplazándote para ver la versión en Español] Are you a young person (18-24) connected to Changing the Story and interested in finding out about how young people are trying to change their societies around the world? Are you interested in finding out more about research, activism...

Mobile Arts for Peace (MAP) and Changing the Story (CTS) hosted a three-day conference that focused on ‘Education and Art for Peacebuilding’ from 5 – 7 August with the Institute of Research and Dialogue for Peace (IRDP) as a co-host in Rwanda.[1] Speakers included the MAP youth facilitators and master trainers alongside...

Tribal Education Methodology (TEM) is designed to have a meaningful intervention into tribal education and state curriculum of Kerala. Unlike earlier initiatives that promoted alternative educational models that ran parallel to the State curriculum, TEM attempts to integrate the tribal arts, culture, oral traditions of knowledge to restructure the state...