Call for partners: ‘Step Up’ - Music as a method for inclusion

For this call, please be in contact with Philip Mugisha at philip@intercollege.info

Call for partners for:
‘Step Up’ – Music as a method for inclusion

Baby people is looking for partners for a Training Course upon the use of Urban Music as a method for inclusion to take place in Chisinau, Moldova, June 2014.

Baby people is a UK based music and art development social enterprise that uses art and culture to promote community development and give support to the most deprived groups in our communities. Our focus is to use art and music as an empowering tool and as a
platform for expression for people. Baby people works to achieve artistic excellence and aspire to push boundaries, working practices and experiences of all work and people it engages, regardless of their entry point.

‘Step Up’ aims to give tools to youth leaders on how to incorporate urban music to involve marginalised groups of young people in society and create an avenue through which their voice can be heard. The project objective is to reduce alienation of marginalised youths through music as a platform for self expression in Europe.

Through participation in this training, youth leaders will gain an alternative and modern approach of using urban music and its related elements, dance and lifestyle to achieve inclusiveness of young people in their communities.

The training will take place over a ten day period and will bring together twenty four youth leaders from six different countries.

Interested organizations are welcome to send their organisations details by email to the following address: philip@intercollege.info

For inquiries and further information please contact Philip Mugisha at: philip@intercollege.info or Daniel Shillcock on phone: +45 52 76 27 03
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