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Project Coordinator and partners
Smashing Times Theatre and Film Company (Ireland) – Co ordinator www.smashingtimes.ie
Dialoge language institute (Germany) www.dialoge.com
Instituto de Formacion y Estudios Sociales (Spain) www.ifes.es
Pressure Line (The Netherlands) www.pressureline.nl
Ku Tu Ltd (Bulgaria) www.kutu-bg.eu
Title & Reference code
Drama for  change
Language
English
DurationUnspecified
DescriptionDrama for Change was a three-year partnership project run with five European partners from Ireland, Germany, Bulgaria, Spain and the Netherlands. The project used creative methods to develop a new training curriculum for adult educators using the arts to promote anti-racism, gender equality and diversity and was funded by Erasmus+. Drama for Change brought together a cross-sector of European organisations that work with marginalised groups in adult education. The aim was to develop a training Curriculum and Toolbox of Resources available on-line and in digital format, to provide adult educators, teachers and artists with the skills necessary to work with adults through a creative medium, using drama and theatre to promote anti-racism, gender equality and diversity. Drama for Change addressed a gap in training for adult educators using creative processes to address issues of rising inequality and racism and the lack of inclusion for marginalised groups.
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Link to the project's website
http://www.smashingtimes.ie/drama-for-change-2015-2018/   
Other interesting information
The project does not   directly address language learning but provides interesting input on how to   include drama to teach adults.
Interest for the project
3/5
Contributor´s name + email
         
Stéphanie Barillé - stephanie@unak.is
Co-funded by The Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
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