Digital Storytelling and Youth Speak Out Training in Guelph, ON (1)
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About The Event
Digital storytelling is a project that works with youth in and from child welfare to tell their story, from their perspective. The filmmakers, aged 13 - 29, create three-minute films about their experiences in foster care, with birth families, customary care, kinship care, adoption and/or aging out of care.
Digital storytelling is a form of narrative therapy, and helps you to develop emotional and advocacy tools. You decide if you want to share your stories publicly, who you want to show them to, and how to use them. You'll also develop practical recording, writing, editing and presentation skills.
Youth Speak Out training will support you to develop advocacy skills in your community.