14 DECEMBER 2023
VOICES Final Project Meeting, Madrid
The Final Conference in Spain was organized by SSF on 14 December in collaboration with the City Council of Alcorcón (Madrid) in the Social Services Council of the Municipality. The Majoress of Alcorcón and members of the government team received and welcomed us warmly.
7 DECEMBER 2023
VOICES Multiplier Event, Gouda, NL
The Dutch multiplier event was held 7 December at community center ‘Speelwinkel’ in the city of Gouda, a shelter, and activity- and training place for women of all cultural and social background. Our interactive presentation was well received by a mixed audience of Dutch and international visitors, especially the versatile uses of the resources (online, off-line, self-directed, face-to-face) and the combining opportunities appealed greatly to all participants.
17 - 19 OCTOBER 2023 TGAL
3-day intensive training 'Storytelling and Narrative approaches in Diversity and Inclusion Management'
Storybag organized and facilitated this training in Hilversum, The Netherlands. 16 еxperts from the 8 European project partner countries took part in the Learning, Teaching, Training Activity (LTTA), focused on diversity and inclusion management in SMEs.participants from various backgrounds explored different case studies on micro-aggressions in the workplace, ageism, racism, etc. through interactive sessions and facilitated role-plays - these are also some of the highlights in the TGAL Storytelling Toolkit and the TGAL Diversity management train-the trainer program.
VOICES Ebrief 4 (Dutch)
20 JUNE 2023
VOICES Transnational Project Meeting Istanbul
Attending a harmonious project meeting in Istanbul with the partners in the Erasmus+ VOICES project. We shared the outcomes of the pilots and decided the following steps, for instance thee multiplier events in all partner countries, where we will try to disseminate this project further.
End Conference INGAME Thessaloniki, Greece
Peter Frühmann (Storybag and ZB&V) had been the author/writer of the serious game scenario, which had been tested successfully on different audiences (secondary schools and universities) in the partner countries.
End conference of the STEAM project in Istanbul
We could conclude an inspiring project where school communities in Spain and Turkey had worked successfully with a narrative approach in STEM education, adding the A(Art) of Storytelling to research and problem solving. The students testified that STEM became more attractive and fun when you're the hero in the research, problem solving and design 'story'.