An exchange to fight social exclusion
Start date: Jun 1, 2015,
End date: Dec 31, 2015
In a period where both the lack of work that, perhaps, the unconsciousness by youth to not to get busy or at least occupy their free time in formative activities relevant to their future work, it's necessary to raise awareness among young people about the importance of their personal and social education. Otherwise, that follow are feelings such as frustration and social exclusion.
"An exchange to fight social exclusion" is a project of youth cultural exchange, conceived by the Neapolitan informal group "ATTIVIamoci" and the informal English group "taNgoLe"
Our aim, through this project, is to discuss social exclusion that many young people are now suffering because of the lack of work but also because of their commitment to not just take up all, or part of their free time, in training activities for themselves and for others. The music will be the means to redeem himself from this situation of social distress.
Deal with music infact, in addition to doing good to ourselves because it helps to express their emotions and creativity, it also plays an important social function. In our case it will serve to unite the two groups for the creation of the text to be proposed during the final event promoting collaboration and fun, and will also become a messenger of peace and union among peoples during the final event.
All the activities during the exchange (informal talks, workshops, brainstorming), with non-formal working method , will focus on the theme of social exclusion and music, and will end just with the public presentation of the project and its final "product" : a song created by young people who speak of peace and unity among peoples.
After the exchange, the youth will have improved their personal and social development, as underscored by the release of Youthpass.
Thanks to the various means of dissemination of project's results, we hope that other people are aware of the results and disseminate them as much as possible.
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