Young people participating in the project will gather to share their learning and experiences. It will be on March 10 in Brussels.
The European project YeP (Youth Perspectives on Migration-e) reaches its final stages. On March 10, the closing ceremony will take place in Brussels. It will be a space where 25 young people and from Belgium, Croatia and Catalonia have participated in the project will share the results of their learning and experiences as digital journalists around the migration crisis of the recent months in Europe.
The event also aims to be an opportunity to show the success of the implemented methodology during the process: use the photography, fiction and journalism as tools of observation, criticism and transformation of society. In this sense, the conference entitled "The use of digital media to promote youth participation and active citizenship" is aimed at professionals who work with young people and who want to incorporate new metdologies.
YeP is funded by the European Commission through the Erasmus+ Programme and with the participation of Maks vzw (Brussels), Telecentar (Zagreb) and El Teb (Barcelona), with the coordination of Telecentre Europe (Brussels).