Zagreb – In July 2016 a group of 23 young people and 6 trainers from Belgium, Spain and Croatia participated in a training of photography, digital storytelling, digital journalism and social media. The one week summer training was organised in the Cultural Centre Trešnjevka in Zagreb as a part of the Youth ePerspectives on Migration project.
Following podcast was produced within the digital journalism module
and the photos were made by participants during the digital photography training.
Strategic partnership of the Telecentre Europe, Maks, El Teb and Telecentar is a response to the current refugee crisis in Europe and the fact that young people need up-to-date digital and media literacy skills to be able to use digital technologies to address the social issues around them.
As a part of the training, participants visited reception centre for migrants in Zagreb and made several interviews with representatives of the Croatian Red Cross, UNHCR, IOM and the Centre for Peace Studies.
The Youth ePerspectives on Migration project is funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.