The Official DYW BOOKLET is here!

The DramaForYouthWork team is are really happy to announce the official Handbook of the project is finally completed and ready to be used by anyone with an interest in theatre and youth work!

It has been a long path since we started the project. Now it is finally a tangible and readable reality and we just only have kind words for all the people involved in its making. Shout out to all the partners involved from On&Off, Crooked House Theatre Company and Biondekbuehne for their commitment and their help at all stages during the process.

Feel free to share it in along in your networks and social media if you find it interesting. We will be very thankful for it!

First training course in Logroño

From the 1st to the 7th of Febuary the coordinators of Drama for Youth Work will get together in Logroño (Spain) for the second transnational meeting of the project. The partners involved in this meeting will be Crooked House (Ireland), BiondekBühne (Austria) and ON&OFF (Spain).

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Drama for Youth Work is a project funded under the Key Action 2 of the Erasmus+ programme that aims at creating tools so that youth workers can use drama exercises in their daily work to discuss about social inclusion.

In Drama for Youth Work three partner organisations from three different countries will work together for over 2 years to create 44 short films demonstrating how to use particular drama techniques with a range of groups, to produce a comprehensive handbook/manual that describes how to integrate drama techniques with group work on socially inclusive themes and to tailor the films and handbook to meet the needs of youth workers by arranging the material into searchable categories.

During this transnational meeting in Spain the partners will facilitate the communication between the filmmakers while sharing good practises and start the practicing and filming with the youngsters, as well as start editing the results.

First transnational meeting in Baden

From the 2nd to the 5th of November the coordinators of Drama for Youth Work will get together in Baden (Austria) for the first transnational meeting of the project. The partners involved in this meeting will be Crooked House (Ireland), BiondekBühne (Austria) and ON&OFF (Spain).

Drama for Youth Work is a project funded under the Key Action 2 of the Erasmus+ programme that aims at creating tools so that youth workers can use drama exercises in their daily work to discuss about social inclusion.

In Drama for Youth Work three partner organisations from three different countries will work together for over 2 years to create 44 short films demonstrating how to use particular drama techniques with a range of groups, to produce a comprehensive handbook/manual that describes how to integrate drama techniques with group work on socially inclusive themes and to tailor the films and handbook to meet the needs of youth workers by arranging the material into searchable categories.

During this first transnational meeting the partners will plan the next steps of the project, allocate tasks and prepare media and visibility strategies.