In times of facebook, fake news, instagram and growing populism across all media channels, it is more important than ever to become media literate! Art and journalism are at the heart of this youth exchange in Croatia – working in an international group, you are invited to break your stereotypes, explore different ways of making creative media content to tackle discrimination, online and offline!
Location: Fuzine, Croatia
Dates: 13 – 23 January 2020
The idea for this project was born during the youth exchange in Germany, where youngsters were discussing their passions, but also the problems that they are seeing in their communities and the changes that they would like to make. On the last day of the exchange, group of youngsters started working on writing Erasmus+ exchange with the topics of anti-discrimination and media and digital literacy. They also decided to include art in their project. Art can be powerful tool for youth to become active and make the change in their community, or, to learn about anti-bias approach and intercultural understanding and tolerance.
In short, the Objectives of this project are:
Sounds amazing? You want to apply? You can, if the following criteria applies to you:
We will be accommodated in “Fužinarska Kuća”, a group house in Fužine, small town that is 2 hours away from Zagreb, capital of Croatia. The accommodation will be simple. Participants will share rooms with 3-4 people from same gender but different nationalities. Every room has private toilet and shower.
You can find more information and photos about the venue here.
All costs for accommodation and food are covered by Erasmus+. Travel costs will be reimbursed up to 275€. We charge a 45€ participation fee.
To apply, please fill the form below! We will select our participants on 13.11.2019 and will notify you within 7 days after this deadline whether you have been selected.