Teach Solais are pleased to announce the completion of the Erasmus+ project Art for Social Inclusion, Equality and Diversity. A youth project which explored the use of storytelling, photography, music, drama and social media as a means to engage with cultural diversity and heritage. We are delighted to share some of the project results below.
Diversity and inclusion initiatives support the realisation that everyone is different. And what makes us different makes us better! Social media reinforces this fact; it creates an opportunity for individuals to connect with people of all different backgrounds—to find commonalities, share experiences, and solve problems in new ways. As part of the Art for Social Inclusion, Equality and Diversity project, Teach Solais created a series of bite-sized video lessons.
In this 3-part bite-size video series, we will explore the role of social media in promoting Equality, Diversity and Inclusion. The first lesson investigates why we must make our social media pages accessible.
The second lesson examines examples of people successfully utilising social media to support equality, diversity and inclusion.
The third and final bite-sized video lesson examines creating a social media campaign that advocates for a social issue you care about.
The Arts for SoCial InClusion project uses storytelling, photography, music, drama and social media to promote intercultural dialogue and increase awareness of the beauty of diversity! Within the project, Teach Solais designed a series of posters promoting equality, diversity and inclusion. Please see them below.
For more information on the Art for Social Inclusion, Equality and Diversity, please visit our Facebook.
Project No. 2020-1-PL01-KA227-YOU-095179 This publication has been produced with the support of the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of the Art for Social Inclusion, Equality and Diversity Project consortium and cannot be taken to reflect the views of the NA and the Commission.