Din proiectul “Juggling Waters” din Wales

In perioada 27 iunie – 3 iulie 2011, A.C.T.O.R. a participat la proiectul  desfasurat in Aberystwyth, Wales(UK). Proiectul s-a nascut din idea de dezvoltare a capacitatii si creativitatii facilitatorilor in cadrul proiectelor de schimburi de tineri din reteaua Drums for Peace, in special dar si in cadrul altor proiecte similare.La training au participat reprezentanti ai organizatiilor partenere din reteaua D4P din Italia, Turcia, Romania, Ungaria, Danemarca, Estonia, Wales si Serbia.

“Ambasadorii” din partea A.C.T.O.R. au fost Cezara Popescu(18 ani), Camelia Stancu(18 ani), Violeta Ionescu (43 ani) si Daniel Stan (43 ani). Grupul a fost inedit, Camelia si Cezara fiind la prima experienta in D4P, in schimb celalti doi au avut ocazia revederii cu participanti din celelate tari si de asemenea cu facilitatorii acestui proiect. Daca am aminit de acestia , ii si mentionam : Richardt Nielsen(Danemarca), Iwan Brioc(Wales) si Aleksandra Jones(Serbia/Wales).Acestia nu numai ca trebuie mentionati, dar le multumim si cu aceasta ocazie pentru minunatele experiente impartasite, pentru atmosfera din cadrul grupului si pentru apropierea si empatizarea cu toti participantii.

Trainigul a constat in ateliere atat cu grupul intreg cat si in trei subgrupuri, denumite metaforic “Mind’, “Voice” si “Body”. Fiecare facilitator, in cadrul subgrupului sau a aratat cum poate fi folosita capacitatea mintii, a trupului si a glasului in activitatea de facilitator in proiectele de schimburi de tineri.

Desi programul a fost foarte intens, la final am descoperit ca am mai fi avut multe de spus si de aratat, deoarece experienta descoperiri unor noi capacitati personale in cadrul acestor ateliere ne-a provocat imaginatia si creativitatea.Dar suntem siguri ca vom avea ocazia sa dezvoltam aceasta experienta in cadrul proiectelor viitoare ale A.C.T.O.R.

Pentru a “atinge” o parte din atmosfera acestui proiect va rugam apasati aici : http://www.facebook.com/groups/108777269217724?ap=1

Between June 27 to July 3, 2011, A.C.T.O.R. participated in the “Juggling Waters” project held in Aberystwyth, Wales (UK). The project was born from the idea of ​​developing the capacity and creativity facilitators in youth exchanges in the  Drums for Peace network , in particular but also in other similar projects. The training was attended by representatives of partner organizations in D4P network  from Italy, Turkey , Romania, Hungary, Denmark, Estonia, Wales and Serbia.
 The “Ambassadors” from A.C.T.O.R. were Cezara Popescu (18), Camelia Stancu (18), Violeta Ionescu (43 years) and Daniel Stan (43 years). The group was unique, Camelia and Cezara had the first experience in D4P , two had a chance of reunion with participants from the other countries and also with the facilitators of this project. We are mindful of them, and mention them: Richardt Nielsen (Denmark), Iwan Brioc (Wales) and Jones Aleksandra (Serbia / Wales). They shouldn’t only be mentioned, but thanked  for this wonderful opportunity for shared the experience, for the atmosphere within the group and the closeness and empathizing with all participants.
 The training consisted of workshops with both whole group and in three subgroups, metaphorically called “Mind,” “Voice” and “Body.” Each facilitator in the subgroup  showed how mind, body and voice capacity can be used  in the work of the facilitator in youth exchanges.
 Although the program was very intense in the end I found that I had much to say and show, discoveries of new capacity as personal experience in these workshops we had caused creativity. But we are confident that we will have the opportunity to develop this experience in future projects with A.C.T.O.R..
To “touch” part of the atmosphere of this project please click here: http://www.facebook.com/groups/108777269217724?ap=1

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