Do you see video as a perfect tool to fight against stereotypes / received ideas and broad minds?
Do you have experience in using video as a way to integrate youngsters, especially those facing difficulties, into your projects?
Did you develop good practices on using video to promote your work and the involvement of youngsters?
Are you willing to share it and take advantage of similar experiences in order to be even better in your work?
If the answers are yes… we might have the perfect event for you!
AIR MEDIA “Adieu les Idées Reçues” / “Bye bye received ideas”!
Video and youth projects
Organised by the “Erasmus plus” French national agency(youth & sport)
Marseille // 29 Oct – 2 Nov 2014
Application deadline : 22 September 2014
Presentation : http://trainings.salto-youth.net/4319
Still one month to participate in!
Encore un mois pour participer!
Youth participation Video Contest!
The European program “Erasmus +” supports youth involved in projects on a daily basis, notably through the
European Voluntary Service
2013 was the first edition of the EVS FILM FESTIVAL launched by the “Erasmus +” Youth & Sport french national agency (www.erasmusplus-jeunesse.fr). 2014 is again the perfect opportunity for everyone to share their vision of citizenship.
This year’s contest theme is the famous phrase of Gandhi: “Be the change you want to see in the world!” A special category is open to past and present European volunteers.
If you wish to contest in this category, beware to notify EVS in the registration form on the contest website. Participate by sending a video under 3 minutes long before September 7th 2014.
There are many prizes to be won!
Information about the contest is available here: http://www.tempoconnect.com/evsff