Social Media for Social Inclusion
Fall 2018

Social Media for Social Inclusion

Topic
Digital Tools, Social Media and Storytelling for Social Inclusion in Youth Work
Date
21st - 28th of October 2018
Location
Vienna
Type
Training Course
Participants
30
Countries
10

About the project

Living in the “digital era” life is increasingly taking place online and social media platforms offer a great range of opportunities for online youth activism and engagement. Acknowledging the importance of social networks and online content for young people, there is a need to explore how social media can contribute to social inclusion and how young people can make use of this opportunity.

Social Media for Social Inclusion“ prepares youth workers to introduce digital tools, social media and storytelling to their youth work practice; allows them to explore different minority groups and how one can employ social media and storytelling as leverage for their social inclusion; encourages them to share good practices of online social inclusion campaigns from their respective countries; and makes them fit to pass on digital literacy in usage of social media and storytelling for social inclusion to youngsters. 💻

Programme

Location

magdas HOTEL

Laufbergergasse 12, 1020 Wien

www.magdas-hotel.at

Partner Countries

Belgium
Population: 11.46M
Capital: Bruxelles
Languages: Dutch, French, and German
Portugal
Population: 10.28M
Capital: Lisboa
Languages: Portuguese
North Macedonia
Population: 2.077M
Capital: Skopje
Languages: Macedonian, Albanian
Austria
Population: 8.859M
Capital: Wien
Languages: German

Partner Countries

Brazil
Population: 211M
Capital: Brasilia
Languages: Portuguese
North Macedonia
Population: 2.077M
Capital: Skopje
Languages: Macedonian, Albanian
Austria
Population: 8.859M
Capital: Wien
Languages: German

Local Partners

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Publications

How can Social Media bring people closer together?
Included
Facebook Photo Album

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These projects were made possible by funding of Erasmus+, the European Union programme for education, youth, training and sport. A special thanks to the team of our National Agency, the IZ - Verein zur Förderung von Vielfalt, Dialog und Bildung.