Young people in the process of employability participate in this cocreation project to improve their communications strategies. It’s a complementary training to whole work they already carry out at the trade school. Ocupa’t BCN proposes the dissemination and promotion of the knowledge and qualities of the group, and the strengthening of its networks. Everything linked to the job search and in a close relationship with the development of the territory.
The Prism Project – Navas in Action is a proposal that seeks to change the image of young people in the neighborhood. A space for communication and participation to make visible the themes and interests of young people and adolescents. We carry out audiovisual projects to promote community action through the meeting, debate and collective dialogue.
Citizen educommunication strategy based on critical reading of the media, which allows students to reflect and discuss the relationship between North and South, as well as rumors, stereotypes and prejudices that exist about people of diverse origin. The Cruilla Comuna promotes intercultural dialogue, debate and media education in the classroom.
Project carried out from El Carmel neighborhood of Barcelona for the promotion of citizen participation, the defense of diversity, intercultural dialogue and positive interaction among young neighbors from the District of Horta Guinardó,using the audiovisual as a tool to recover the historical memory, appropriation of public space and cultural exchange.
Proposal to change the popular imaginary that the media had created about the popular neighborhood Ciutat Meridiana during the economic crisis in Spain. An intercultural and intergenerational space was created to explore through theater, play and video, the complexity of the different realities and cultures that coexist in the neighborhood, as well as the riches of this territory.
A group of young people who are part of the Consell de nois i noies of Hospitalet de Llobregat discuss the different stereotypes of gender, age, class and origin present in the media and social networks and then expose their own vision of reality through a collective video production.
A co-creation video project carried out in El Raval neighborhood of Barcelona in which, through fiction and documentary pieces, a group of young people explore their closest reality and express their vision of the world, from everyday places such as the street, the corner, a bar or the square.
This is a project that we do in different institutions to encourage debate and media criticism, establishing an open dialogue with people of origin and diverse artistic expressions. The objective is to make a fiction short film that dismantles the stereotypes about immigration and diversity set up by society.
The Youth Talks is an interactive, ludic and dynamic site to bring together the visions of young people from different corners of Barcelona. It is a webdoc project that documents, through images and interviews, the perceptions of girls and boys in the city, who speak openly of cultural and gender diversity, of love, their relationship with the neighborhood, and with the entities.
Ñañ@s is a project designed to involve and empower the young people of Bella Maria, Chaquizcha and Guara (Loja Province, southern Ecuador) in the sustainable development of their community, based on the implementation of an educommunication strategy. The videos and workshops seek to reflect on collective identity and encourage citizen participation for social change.