Insite Drama participates in two, new EU-funded projects over the next two years.
Antigone and CREAction 4 EU are such an international collaborations that uses dramapedagogy to make a difference in the lives of the young people.
Ninna Mörner and Adam Bethlenfalvy had presentations at the online meeting of Antigone, which is aimed to raise awareness on gender-based violence through theatre-based school workshops. We are working ont he project with Norwegian, Greek, Italian, Serbian and Bulgarian partners.
The CREAction 4 EU project aims to promote the participation of young people in European civil life through digital tools. Our goal is to offer young people creative channels through which they can represent their interests and contribute to a sustainable, common future in the pandemic situation. The project is implemented with the participation of French, Romanian, Italian and Hungarian partner organizations.
Both projects are co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.