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Reflecting Everyday Creatively
Date du début: 1 févr. 2016, Date de fin: 31 juil. 2017 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

Reflecting Everyday Creatively is a 10 month European Voluntary Service for two volunteers from the Czech republic which will start 1st April 2016 and last till 1st February 2017 and that will take place in Tbilisi, Georgia. There is only one mobility planned within this European Voluntary Service project. Particular objectives of the EVS project are: * To introduce the citizen journalism as relevant tools of promoting active citizenship and involvement of youth and young people with fewer opportunities.* To provide the young volunteers with competences in creating media contents as citizen journalists, telling the stories of people from various communities.* To promote the learning opportunities young people have connected to the international educational activities, volunteering, but also other ways of learning and self development. To turn the attention of the young people to the issues, which are not discussed in mass media: environment, gender equality, minorities, educational opportunities, discrimination, disability and others. * To develop the redaction of REC Magazine and build a strong team of regular contributors including international volunteers and local youngsters.* To bring together young people from different backgrounds and to give them a chance to become citizen jounalists by educating them in basic principles of creating articles, taking photos, videos, audios through small workshops.Reflecting Everyday Creatively is based on working on an on-line REC Magazine ( based on the work of non-professional young citizen journalists. Citizen journalism connects the opportunity to develop young people's media and storytelling competences. At the same time it gives them a chance to look to their surroundings through a new perspective - through a lens of camera, audion recorder or article and to introduce their stories to the others, bringing the attention to marginalized or hidden topics. The REC Magazine is a relatively new local activity of Youth Association DRONI that gives space to all the young people in Georgia to become authors, develop their competencies as citizen journalists, share what they are interested in and gain self-confidence by sharing their stories publicly. REC Magazine is fully participative bilingual (Georgian-English) project and gives the young people an opportunity to contribute to the entire concept of REC, includin deciding about the content that will be published. The aim of the EVS is to raise media literacy of young people through their active participation as non-professional journalists and to inspire and motivate the young people to use citizen journalism in the communities they come from.



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