We are happy to announce that in June, also known as the Pride month, we are continuing the project RALYO and taking part in the APV in Krakow, Poland! Across the globe, various events are held during this special month as a way of recognising the influence LGBT people have had around the world.
RALYO is a short name for Rainbow Audio-visual literacy for Youth Organisations: this is Erasmus+ strategic partnership project that lasts 30 months and in which many international organizations take part.
The main goal is to develop critical audio-visual literacy, awareness and digital storytelling practices in the field of youth and exploring positive impact it might have as a method of working with queer youth.
We aim a creation of local and transnational young rainbow communities as well as raising public awareness about the situation of queer youth through sharing their personal stories.
Together there will be 3 international project meetings dedicated to implementation of the project, 3 short-term joint staff trainings and 1 youth exchange that will focus on learning and study critical audio-visual awareness and digital storytelling methodologies + YE on transnational level. The project is funded by Erasmus+ programme. We are super excited!