Help us create a video to inform how young people can participate in local government and contribute their important voices to decisions that affect them.
Attend a two-day design-thinking and filmmaking workshop
Participants will be guided through a series of fun visual exercises and storytelling activities designed to bring their personal stories and current realities to life.
A creative problem-solving approach will be used on key issues facing immigrant and refugee youth in order to develop fresh ideas and future pathways to civic engagement. Participants will also learn techniques in creative brainstorming, interviewing, journey-mapping, and storyboarding.
- Youth between the ages of 15 and 24
- Newcomer (for example: immigrant or refugee)
- Live, work, or go to school in Vancouver
- Interested in exploring questions around culture, identity, and civic life
Workshop information in other languages
Apply for the workshop
Our workshop is free, but due to space limitations, we can only accept 20 participants.
July 13 and 14, 10am to 2pm
507 West Broadway (Crossroads building at corner of Cambie and Broadway)
Transit passes are available for participants who don’t already have a bus pass. If you would like English language support, let us know so that we can arrange interpretation.
Matt Hanns Schroeter
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