المتابعون

الأحد، 10 يوليو، 2011

joint project between 7iberINC and International Medical Corps, that seeks to engage young Iraqi refugees living in Jordan in the art of digital storytelling, as part of an effort to help narrate and share their stories with the world.

فريق حبر إنك يدرب الشباب العراقيين اللاجئين في الأردن على مهارات التواصل الاجتماعي والتصوير ليشاركوا قصصهم مع العالم.
Hayatouna Al Yawm (our lives today), is a joint project between 7iberINC and International Medical Corps, that seeks to engage young Iraqi refugees living in Jordan in the art of digital storytelling, as part of an effort to help narrate and share their stories with the world.

The project will consist of five training workshops, each lasting three days, whereby 7iberINC digital storytellers will train Iraqi youth, ages 17 through 24, on how to use various tools, such as a digital camera and a recorder, to create compelling stories about the lives they lead and the environments they reside in. Participants will also be exposed to social media tools that they can use to help create a conversation around the content they produce and connect with others like them throughout the region. All together, 7iberINC hopes to train roughly 70 participants throughout the duration of the project. Workshops will be held in Zarqa and Amman.
الزأفة لعبة محمد القاق المفضلة
These stories seek to document the fragments of the lives these youths lead as refugees in Jordan who are considered to be a generation that has grown up largely far from home. Through sharing their stories online, the participants will be exposed to digital storytelling techniques, but also be challenged to collect reflect on their experiences as refugees in exile.

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