in association with Attiva-Mente

Τίτλος : «WE Radio 2.0»

Τόπος : Modica, Italy (Sicily)

Ημερομηνίες : 14 έως 25 Νοεμβρίου 2022

Συμμετέχοντες : 4 άτομα 18 – 35 ετών

Καλύπτεται το 100% των εξόδων μετακίνησης έως 275 ευρώ και το 100% διαμονής και διατροφής.

Συμμετοχή : 40 € (εφόσον επιλεγείτε)

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WE Radio 2.0 is a mobility of youth workers about using low budget web radio to increase youth participation. It is financed by the Erasmus+ programme. The project will take place in Modica, Italy and will last 9 days +2 travel days, from November 14th (arrival day in the evening) to November 25th (departure day in the morning). WE Radio involves 35 youth workers from Italy, Romania, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Portugal and Greece. The project will foresee the presence of at least the 50% of people with fewer opportunities. During the project, we will learn how to create a participatory broadcast that encourages youth involvement, discovers new forms of participation and promotes youth entrepreneurship in
a form of web radio. As a result, organisations and youth workers will be able to help young people establish their own web radio which they will run without the mediation of adults. The radio will be entirely created by young people who will
decide on topics, formats, editorial lines and contents. With this, they will be able to involve other young people (often socially excluded) and create a critical mass that will influence their community.

Project objectives

WE Radio 2.0 aims to empower young people, increase their social engagement, contribute to life-long learning and self establishment of young people, involving young people and youth workers with fewer opportunities.

Project aims:
increase the quality of youth work by presenting a new, more participatory approach encourage organisations to set up their participatory web radio improve outside communication of partner organisations increase the aggregation, group participation and expression of young people based on their shared interests contribute to the sense of entrepreneurship and creativity of young people support youth to influence their community, helping them become protagonists of change
Open the world of youth working to people who may experience social exclusion, providing them a way to matter into society. Methods we will use are creative and practical workshops, broadcast simulations, discussions and other non-formal
education methods.


Young people across Europe have a high potential, but often lack skills, tools, opportunities to express themselves, and sometimes the proper support. They are underrepresented in media and democratic life. Moreover, youth workers and young people with fewer opportunities are even more underrepresented and marginalized Internet and social media provide only a partial solution to those issues because of low digital literacy. WE Radio 2.0 gives an opportunity to youth workers and
young people to learn how to make better use of media's potential, especially the innovative means of web radio. WR 2.0 aims to increase young people's skills and capacities to participate in democratic processes using the participatory web radio broadcast and low-budget web radio.

In details this project:

-Innovate the educational path for young people who live in contact with our organisation: changing the world of communication and with Internet, it is necessary to adapt to new forms of cultural expression, new challenges, new opportunities for young people.

-to increase their professional skills;

-innovate the forms of aggregation, more "liquid" and increasingly influenced by the social media, reaching efficiently young people;

-Supporting young people in their ability to influence the society in which they live, making them protagonists of change through Radio language and its ability to aggregate their peers on the basis of common interests;

-Support entrepreneurship and creativity of young people through web-radio, providing them with methodologies that allow them to create horizontal and democratic Radio Programmes, with practical technical knowledge necessary to establish their own web radio, support it through their abilities and projects;
-Increase the inclusion of fewer opportunities people, removing economic obstacles, creating a common ground independently of personal, ethnic, social and political conditions.

- Search new languages that enable organizations involved to be more attractive and visible to our communities.
- Encourage Creative Commons culture and radio productions, promoting creativity and sharing of intellectual outputs such asprograms, jingles, sketches;
- Create a stable network of organisations and professionals, with collaborative relationships;
- the definition of guideline that allowed organizations' radio to not be influenced by economic or political forces;
- Enhance the self-esteem of young people and their capacity to influence the society;
- improving their ability to speak in public and best represent their organization;
- Using web radio methods in other projects such as Youth Exchange and European Solidarity Corps.
- Help organisation to provide to young people, a virtual space to create new forms of cultural entertainment and social criticism, in order to promote their vision on the world and effectively impact public opinion.

Participating countries: Romania, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Greece, Portugal, Slovakia, Italy.

Venue: Ferro Hotel

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