Participatory Photography LET ME IN – Training


Warsaw, Poland, October 24 – November 2

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LET ME IN is a project aiming at raising capacities of non-governmental organizations working with youth at risk of social inclusions due to different factors. It is deeply rooted in the context of contemporary European societies in which an alarming tendency of deepening inequalities can be observed.

The training itself is a balanced composition of theory and practice, designed to give participants a space to re-define their own approaches towards inclusive education and to explore practical, innovative tools (most notably digital storytelling and participatory photography) that can be used to empower vulnerable groups of youngsters.

In order to address this issue, we designed a project that has the following specific objectives:

  • re-defining the concept of inclusion and investigating how non-formal education can be beneficial while working with vulnerable youngsters
  • equipping partner organizations and their representatives with accessible and easily adaptable tools aiming making youth projects more efficiently addressing specific needs of different youngsters with fewer opportunities
  • exploring practical methods (participatory photography and digital storytelling) for empowering young people and giving them voice that can help them undertake action
  • creating a network of like-minded organizations and individuals ready for joint efforts aiming at enhancing social inclusion of youngsters on cross-European youngsters.