The short-therm European Solidarity Corps’ project “ArtInclusive” started in Dudelange, Luxembourg.
12 volunteers from different EU countries, with the help of trainers, will learn about the importance of theatre techniques in non-formal education, especially on how to work with young people with special needs. During September-October months the group will get acquainted with inclusive tools and will get practical knowledge about performing art.

They will prepare a performance in order to promote the idea of inclusion in society. Also, by performance group will try to shift perceptions and build open, welcoming social platforms for all. Group first had an on-arrival training which was led by Service national de la jeunesse. During it, volunteers got to know each other and learned about Luxembourg. It was followed by workshops with trainers. The primary topics of activity on the fifth and sixth working days of the group were idea generation for open-air plays, acquiring tools for comprehending the area, learning about modern dance techniques, as well as photo and video skills.

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