Storytelling is an important factor in social inclusion, poverty reduction and the provision of sustainable economic growth. We therefore use storytelling in the following areas of personal development: to increase the chances of unemployed young people on the labor market, to achieve personal growth and as an alternative method to learning a language.
Creative thinking has everything to do with breaking free from existing routines. Making it easier to learn a second language, or to learn new competencies for the job market. We involve people in trainings, cultural initiatives and volunteering in local and international contexts.
In addition, we encourage them to make a positive contribution to their own development and that of others, with an impact on their understanding of global citizenship. Fortunately, more and more organisations are discovering storytelling as a means to help young people find a job or, for example, to teach refugees a second language.
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