An awareness raising project, targeting the educational community at large, on refugees
and human rights using experiential learning, theatre and educational drama techniques. 


 

TEACHER TRAINING SEMINARS - WORKSHOPS 

 

Under the “it could be me – it could be you” project, the Hellenic Theatre/Drama & Education Network (TENet-Gr) in association with UNHCR Greece (UN Agency for Refugees) are organizing a series of  short or long term training seminars and workshops, for primary and secondary education teachers and students, youth facilitators/trainers, local humanitarian groups and members of the local community (human rights organizations, parents’ unions, local municipality officials, teachers’ unions et al.) 

 

 

The seminars use theatre, educational drama and play-through-theatre techniques, are based on educational material created by the Hellenic Theatre/Drama & Education Network (TENet-Gr), UNHCR Greece and other organisations, and address issues of human rights, acceptance of the "other", interculturalism, citizenship, fight of racism and xenophobia,  et al.

The seminars also include the role play “Passages” and the books “Monologues across the Aegean Sea” and “Skliro Karydi”.

 

All seminars are free of charge and are delivered by trained and authorised drama pedagogues and facilitators.

Priority will be given to the members of the Hellenic Theatre/Drama & Education Network (TENet-Gr)


 

Teacher training seminars and workshops

Recording critical glances on youth culture - The YouthDOCs & Videomuseums projects

Ag. Ioannis Piliou, 27/8/2019, Complementary Workshop, Nikos Govas, Christina Zoniou, Mary Kaldi

Discrimination and racist attitudes in the school environment: useful tools to approach and handle them

Ag. Ioannis Piliou, 27/8/2019, Complementary workshop, George Moschos, Olga Orfanidou

The story of us / Document Theatre -  documenting one's self

Ag. Ioannis Piliou, 26-27/8/2019, Complementary workshop, Georgina Kakoudaki

See here all the teacher training seminars and workshops that have taken place since the start of the programme.