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Storytelling - a new approach for empowerment of persons under risk of exclusion

por Moira Kobše
Idioma: EN
Document available also in: SL

Significant changes in modern European society are on the hike. Facing challenges within the scope of its multiculturalism, diversity and social inequity brings along different regulations, strategies, plans and measure towards creating equal opportunities and quality of life for all. The changes and raising diversity of population in Europe demands and calls for new approaches – storytelling proved itself as one of the most effective approaches when dealing with these challenges and has a long tradition mostly in northern European countries. Having that on mind, the partnership consortium from 6 European countries (OZARA d.o.o. from Slovenia, BBRZ Österreich from Austria, Ceres Europe (NI) Ltd UK Northern Ireland, EOLAS S.L. from Spain, Imagine d.o.o. from Slovenia, UNIPOSMS – Università Popolare Nuova Scuola Medica Salernitana from Italy and The Storybag from Netherlands), participating in E+ KA2 project aims to tackle the advances of such approach by developing a storytelling professional training (C-VET).

The E+ project “Empowerment of persons under risk of exclusion through development of storytelling professional training in under-equipped EU countries” with the acronym StoryTeller, is aimed at professionals (educators, mentors, social workers etc.) working with disadvantaged groups to empower them for social integration, active citizenship and creation of their own better future. 



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Moira Kobše is working as a project manager in OZARA d.o.o., Service and Disability company from Slovenia. Her major professional emphasis in the past was the non-formal education and its importance among youth, contemporary forms of employment and running workshops on different topics for young people. In the recent years she was working in the field of National social care system as a professional worker specializing on services for persons under risk of exclusion. 



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  • Imagen de Moira Kobše
    Dear Mr. Costa,

    we are currently verry active in finishnig the curriculum for storytelling -  for all the updates, do check our webpage and subscribe for our newsletter as the next issue will follow soon:

    Best regards,

    Moira Kobše
  • Imagen de Hulusi Karataş
    hi ı wish your project transfer of innovation to Turkey if you want 
    we can aply erasmus k2 2018 call for proposal 
  • Imagen de Zeynel Turna

    I agree with Mr. Costa. While I was having a look at your news article, the curiousity upon the concrete results of the project occured in my mind. Hope to see those real life stories, as well.

  • Imagen de Etelberto Costa

    Intersting approach.

    I remain very curious about your findings as i agree with your view about storytelling. I wonder if the project publishes/edits those life stories also in view of the role of Lifelong Learning in those people lifes and how to provide credits for competencies recognition and validation.