Doctor Cinema is pleased to announce an open call for Armenian participants for the Training Course “MovieDoc”.
Extended Deadline for participants from Luxembourg: 17th of March, 2016
Documentary Film-making Training Course “MovieDoc”
on Promotion of Human Rights Education
26 April (arrival) – 4 May (Departure), 2017
In the current world full of challenges for democracy like refugee crises, conflicts, security issues and hate speech, young people are particularly vulnerable to social exclusion, instability and aggression. Democracy is not possible without equality and having the same access to the rights, that is still the case for many young people with disability or belonging to some minority groups. In this TC studying together real-life cases and successful examples of inclusion of young people with Autism, activism, learning theoretical background of impact of video tools will become base for the knowledge vital for youth worker. On the other side participants learning in the inclusive group will develop personal competence of leaving and working in the mixed group, which will be equally beneficiary for both – people with and without special needs. From the life skills all participants and particularly participants with special needs will develop autonomy, discipline, traveling and ability to communicate as part of the learning process by using appropriate means.
Participants will learn how to develop idea (script), shoot, edit and disseminate video tools of human rights education, inclusion and tolerance.
Participant countries: Luxembourg, France, Greece, Portugal, Armenia, Georgia, Belarus, Russia
The project is financed by Erasmus+:Youth in Action programme, National agency of Luxembourg.
Working Language: English
Please read the Infopack before filling in the application form: https://goo.gl/0c76fdw