EU-CARES presents you newsletters within the project “EUropean Collective nArratives for Reconciliation trauma hEaling through youth engagement and Storytelling” (EU-CARES), which focuses on supporting youth in the process of reconciliation and healing collective traumas through storytelling.

Storytelling is an ancient skill that has the power to convey stories, experiences, and ideas in a deeper and more emotional way. The EU-CARES project addresses precisely this, providing support to youth from conflict-affected areas through storytelling techniques that encourage active participation, constructive dialogue, and critical thinking.

Read more about the importance of understanding different narratives and creating new collective stories as a method to promote youth engagement and reconciliation, the training course in Palermo, and the new virtual handbook!

 

EU-CARES 1st newsletter

EU-CARES 2nd newsletter

 

 

The EU-CARES project aims to address collective trauma and promote reconciliation among young people from conflict-affected countries using storytelling techniques that encourage active participation, constructive dialogue, and critical thinking. The project aims to empower youth workers to contribute to the reconciliation process in the Western Balkans by fostering youth engagement, intercultural understanding, and solidarity through storytelling techniques. Co-funded by the Erasmus+ KA2 program of the European Commission and led by OTB International, a Brussels-based organization, the EU-CARES project implements eight partners from seven countries: Sarajevo Meeting of Cultures (BiH), CESIE (Italy), IRSH (Albania), IDEA LAB (Poland), NGO PRIMA (Montenegro), Center for Social Innovations Centrifuga (Serbia), and Institute PERPETUUM MOBILE (BiH).

https://eucaresyouth.eu/