STORYTELLING FOR SOCIAL CHANGE
International workshop in Sofia
19-20 May 2018
Federation for European Storytelling and
💎Are you a person who challenges traditional assumptions of how economy and society work?
💎Are you eager to know how our stories and beliefs build relationships and govern our actions?
💎And how to generate stories aimed at leading action on pressing social issues?
Then make sure to join the international workshop STORYTELLING FOR SOCIAL CHANGE in Sofia on 19-20 May 2018 supported by the Federation for European Storytelling!
💎Current and future social entrepreneurs
💎PR / media professionals
💎Donors and philanthropists
💎Innovation and corporate social responsibility professionals
💎Public and private sector professionals
A solution-orientated value-driven 2-day training, covering theory, highly interactive listening and telling sessions, working on the concrete needs for wording and communicating your organization and activities, valuable networking.
Materials as well as meals and drinks are included.
💎Ana-Maria Grădinariu from Bucharest has about 15 years of experience in the NGO sector as a trainer, communicator, community development facilitator, forum theatre facilitator, project manager, and
💎Evgeni Mitev is a Bulgarian storytelling trainer and consultant, founder of Storytelling.bg – a platform for sharing stories, knowledge and inspiration, organizing storytelling events, lectures and training courses. He just launched his new social enterprise HI TOUCH – екип от незрящи масажисти.
💎65 BGN per person for 2 days before 8 May 2018 and
💎75 BGN per person for 2 days after 9 May 2018
The organizers are pleased to offer a limited number of scholarships for participants from disadvantaged background (including migrants and refugees). Please send your motivation at firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible to request a place.
We offer limited number of 20 places.
The event is organzied by Multi Kulti Collective and Storytelling.bg with the support of Federation for European Storytelling and Goethe-Institut Bulgarien. Thank you!
The event is co-financed by the European Commission, Creative Europe Programme.