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Workshop: Design thinking og historiefortelling i Drammen

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Hvordan bruke design thinking til å forbedre din historiefortelling på individuelt og institusjonelt nivå.

Vi inviteterer frivillige organisasjoner, entreprenører, aktivister, frivillige og unge-ledere til et 2-timers workshop der dere kan lære om design thinking prosessen og lære å bruke det til å formidle gode budskap rettet mot ulike målgrupper.

Dato/Tid: 10. oktober, kl 9:00-11:15

Sted: Drammensbiblioteket

Workshopen vil være på engelsk, men vi vil tilby assistanse på norsk for de som skulle trenge det.

Det blir servering av te, kaffe og enkel frokost til deltakerne.

Vennligst se formen nedenfor!

Bli kjent med kursholderen:

Paula Beudean, Norsensus Mediaforum
Paula har mer enn ti-års erfaring med idelle organisasjoner i Europa, Canada og USA. Gjennom ulike stillinger og verv har hun stort expertise innen historiefortelling, design thinking, fundraising, CSR, advocacy, strategisk planlegging og prosjektledelse for idelle organisasjoner.

Workshopen tilbys i samarbeid med Norsensus Mediaforum og Drammensbiblioteket

Tema: Design Thinking and Storytelling

Tid: Torsdag 10. oktober kl 9:00-11:00
Sted: Drammensbiblioteket, Grønland 58, 3045 Drammen


Personvern:
Ved å melde meg på samtykker jeg til at informasjon om mitt navn, organisasjon, stilling/verv deles med medarrangører på arrangementet. All informasjon lagres av Norsensus Mediaforum til oppfølging etter arrangementet og deretter slettes fra våre registre.

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Norsensus Heroes & Stories

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Vi ser fram til å møte deg på Filmens Hus (Dronningens gate 16, 0152 Oslo), for Norsensus Stories and Heroes event 22 august kl 16:30

 

Alle sammen, skal vi se gjennom spennende historier vi har skapet sammen til nå, og skal bli inspirert av nye historier og prosjekter mens vi spiser god mat og kobler igjen 🙂

Dagsplan: 

16.30-17.00 – Velkommen, mat & mingling

17.00-18.00 – Norsensus historier som kobler oss

Dagens overraskelse

18.00-18.30 – Fremtide historier med Norsensus heroes & mingling

Oslo Unge Ledere strategisk kommunikasjon verktøy

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ENPower Workshop – learning about employment and entrepreneurial challenges faced by Ukrainian young people

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ENpower Workshop goal was to gain understanding of Ukrainian context in regards to youth sector and cross sector cooperation for supporting young people. The information and expertise collected during the one-day event was then used in adapting the ENpower training toolkit, training course and mentorship program to local challenges regarding entrepreneurship education and youth employment.

ENpower workshop was organized in 16-17 June 2018, in Lviv, Ukraine, with relevant stakeholders from private sector, universities, youth and student organizations, and partners’ representatives. The 15 experts supported ENPower partners in understanding challenges that both young people and employers/entrepreneurs face on the labor market and in the opening and running local businesses.

We learned that when they want to open a business, young people from Ukraine face the following challenges:

  • lack of valuable entrepreneurship formal or non-formal educational programs;
  • lack of career counseling in schools;
  • lack of the entrepreneurship initiative and entrepreneurship attitude (low levels of self-awareness, consciousness, autonomy, self-confidence, critical thinking and strategic thinking, creativity, risk taking, decision making were identified by the experts we interacted with);
  • high bureaucracy and taxes for running businesses and unstable political and economic system;
  • financial pressure that makes them to find a job as quickly as possible to support themselves and their families and give up any entrepreneurship initiative they might have;
  • lack of mobility from one region of Ukraine to another, caused by cultural habits;
  • lack of good and healthy business networks.

The participants to the workshop also provided valuable information on the challenges faced by young people when searching for a job or by employers and entrepreneurs when they want to hire young people for the vacant position they have. The ENpower project does not aim and cannot to solve and address all the challenges identified in the Ukrainian context. Most of the challenges are structural, culturally, politically or economically determined. The project, through the training and mentorship programs, aims at addressing challenges related to the young people’s knowledge, skills, and attitudes, but also some of the challenges related to the lack of proper entrepreneurships education programs or career counselling programs. 

ENpower project – Bridges to ENpower. Cross-sectorial initiative to support the young people in their quest for ENtrepreneurship – is co-funded by European Commission, through Erasmus+ Programme (KA2 – Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices -Capacity Building in the field of Youth), and implemented by Rehionalnyj Blahodijnyj Fond «Rezonans» (Resonance Foundation, Ukraine, lead organization), Fundatia Danis pentru Dezvoltare Manageriala (Fundatia Danis, Romania), Norsensus Mediaforum (Norsensus, Norway) and Fundacja Aktywnych Inicjatyw Rozwoju (FAIR, Poland).

Bridges to ENpower aims to improve the quality of youth work in Ukraine, in the field of entrepreneurship education for young people, and to foster cooperation and exchanges between youth organizations from Ukraine, Poland, Romania and Norway.

Fighting Fake News – The Nordic Way

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Kvalitets journalistik, selvsensur og kompetente medieforbrugere er nødvendige ingredienser for demokratiet. Ny rapport fra Nordisk Ministerråd kaster lys på udfordringer og dilemmaer omkring “Fake news” og giver bud på, hvordan medier og journalister håndterer den nye virkelighed.

Fighting Fakes – The Nordic Way” er utviklet av Nordisk Ministerråd og offentliggjort for at vise andre dele av verden, hvor de nordiske udfordringer er og hvordan vi håndterer dem.

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Workshop on visual education, cultural advertising and creative thinking

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The National Association of Public Librarians (ANBPR) and Libraries in Romania in cooperation with Norsensus Mediaforum invites you to workshop on visual education, cultural advertising and creative thinking for cultural promoters.

The workshop will take place at Anker Hotel, Oslo on 15th and 16th August.

Day 1 – Tuesday, 15 of August, 2017

10:00 – 10:30 Registration of participants and welcoming networking
10:30 – 11:00 Informal presentations and guests introducing
11:00 – 11:30 Norsensus Mediaforum – Norwegian experience in visual education,
cultural advertising and creative thinking field

11:30 – 12:00 Coffee break

12:00 – 12:30 – The Alliance for Regional Economic Development – ARED – an Innovative
Approach of Culture through Visual Education & Design Thinking
12:30 – 13:00 Conclusions and Q&A session
13:00 – 14:00 Lunch and Networking
14:00 – 15:30 How we can create attractive and engaging promotional materials for
cultural entities. Advertising, Arts Fusion & Design – Structured interactions between
partners and cultural promoters, based on organizational experiences of participants

Day 2 – Wednesday, 16 of August, 2017

10:00 – 10:30 Free debates and knowledge exchange between cultural promoters, with
the facilitation of the Romanian and Norwegian experts – projections, case studies, best
practices
10:30 – 11:00 Visual education for start-up cultural NGOs – ALMA RO presentation
11:00 – 11:30 Coffee break
11:30 – 12:00 Visual and Design Skills – added value for cultural promoters. Successful
examples from Norsensus Mediaforum own portfolio
12:00 – 13:00 Practical demonstrations and collecting feedback, with the facilitation of
the Romanian and Norwegian experts
13:00 – 14:00 Lunch and  Networking

Sted: Anker Hotel, Storgata 55, 0182 Oslo
Dato: 15-16 August 2017 kl.10-14

Free registration

Please send us email at info@norsensus.no or fill out the registration form below.

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Nordic Meeting in Oslo for Storytelling and Inclusion

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NGO representatives, migration experts, journalists and bloggers from all over the Nordic countries came to Oslo for a three-day storytelling seminar at Literaturehuset 6-8 June 2017.

Story Seekers focused on effective storytelling techniques for inclsuion work and advocacy. The workshop brought together those who are actively working on issues of refugees, asylum seekers and immigrants, journalists, and bloggers from Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland.

The participants from Amnesty International Sweden, Danish Refugee Council, Norwegian Red Cross, KFUK-KFUM Global, University of Oslo, De Blå Stjerner, Centre for Youth Integrated Development (CYID), Finland-Somalia Association, Performance Collective, Åland Islands Peace Institute, Arctic Media, Stockholm University, Press, Mangfoldhuset and Apv25 exchanged their experiences in the field and explored new tools and techniques from the experts from Norsensus Mediaforum, Pocket Stories, VG, NRK, LO Media, Open Society Foundations and University of Oslo.

In addition to practice orineted workshop sessions led by Paula Beudean, Ingi Mehus, Dick Williams and Vedat Sevincer, Tom Byermoen from VG, Nora Ibrahim from NRK, Øystein Windstad from LO Media and Karoline Andrea Ihlebæk from University of Oslo shared their knowledge and experience on digital storytelling, audience engagement, visual storytelling and media narrative.

Story Seekers Oslo

The goal of the workshop was to enable good practices and experience sharing in Nordic region, increase participants competences in storytelling and organizations’ ability to communicate effectively with the community while enhancing collaboration with journalists and bloggers to increase understanding of media inclusion.
Story Seekers is carried out by Norsensus Mediaforum in collaboration with Pocket Stories and supported by the Open Society Foundation and Unit for Diversity and Integration (EMI).

More info about the seminar and the project:

https://norsensus.no/reports/story-seekers-norway/

Story Seekers: Nordisk samling for historiefortelling og migrasjon.

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Migrasjonseksperter, journalister og bloggere fra hele Norden kom til Oslo for et tre-dagers historiefortelling seminar i Litteraturhuset 6-8 juni 2017.

Story Seekers fokuserte på historiefortelling som er tilrettelagt for de interesserte i migrasjon, aktivister; ansatte i organisasjoner som jobber for flyktninger, asylsøkere og innvandrere; journalister, og bloggere fra Norge, Sverige, Danmark og Finland.

“Vi trenger nye og gode historiefortellinger og historiefortellere i disse utfordrende tider. I kurset vårt ønsker vi å både inspirere med ekspert historiefortellere og utveksle erfaringer mellom de nordiske landene for å skape et mer inkluderende samfunn”, sier Vedat Sevinçer fra Norsensus Mediaforum.

Tom Byermoen fra VG, Nora Ibrahim fra NRK, Øystein Windstad fra LO Media og Karoline Andrea Ihlebæk fra Universitet i Oslo kom for å dele sine kunnskaper og erfaringer fra feltet.

Vårt mål er å øke deltakerne sine erfaringer innen historiefortelling og organisasjoners sin kapasitet til å kommunisere effektivt med samfunnet, samtidig styrke samarbeidet med journalister og bloggere for å øke forståelsen for inkludering i media.

Story Seekers er arrangert av Norsensus Mediaforum i samarbeid med Pocket Stories og støttet av Open Society Foundation og Enhet for Mangfold og Integrering.

Mer info om seminaret og prosjektet:

https://norsensus.no/reports/story-seekers-norway/

Story Seekers Workshop: 6-8 Juni 2017, Oslo

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Vi inviterer til en tre-dagers storytelling og media strategi workshop i Oslo med fokus på sosial inkludering og migrasjon.
Denne workshopen er tilrettelagt for aktivister; ansatte fra frivillig organisasjoner som jobber med flyktninger, asylsøkere og innvandrerer; changemakers; journalister, og bloggere fra Norge, Sverige, Danmark og Finland.
Story-Seekers sitt mål er å øke frivillige organisasjoners sin kapasitet til å kommunisere effektivt med samfunnet, samtidig styrke samarbeidet med journalister for å øke forståelsen for immigrasjon og anti-diskriminasjon i media.
Høres det interessant ut? Søk i dag!

Kostnader

Story Seeker prosjektet dekker workshop kostnader og overnatting (deltakere utenfor Oslo), lunsj og kaffepauser for tre netter. Reisekostnader dekkes av hver deltaker.

 

Frist for søknad er 24/04/2017 at 23:59 CEST for søker fra Denmark, Finland og Sverige.

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Rewind Radicalisation – Building up Strategies Against Extremism

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What do we mean by terms like ‘radicalism’ and ‘extremism’? Is there a difference between ‘good radicalism’ and ‘bad radicalism’? What strategies can we use to counter the threat of rising extremism in local communities, and ensure that our societies remain united? These are the questions that were discussed at the conference Rewind Radicalisation – Building up Strategies Against Extremism.

From 7-12 April, around 80 NGO representatives from all over Europe met at a venue near Prague, CZ to discuss the issue of radicalisation and (violent) extremism in Europe. Organised by UNITED for Intercultural Action, a European network of antiracist NGOs, the conference provided a platform for activists and civil society representatives to discuss the issues, develop new strategies and projects, and network with other practioners from all over the continent.

“Like every UNITED conference, I’m sure this is going to be a unique event and provide many new insights into the issue of radicalisation and extremism in Europe,” said UNITED programme coordinator Balint Josa.

You can follow proceedings from the conference with live-reporting on the UNITED Conference Facebook page and the UNITED Twitter account. You can tune in to a live stream of the debate Divide to UNITE – Is Europe Radicalising? from 14.30-16.00 CEST, Saturday 8 April (via Facebook).

This conference was prepared by:

* Antikomplex, Czech Republic

* Bulgarian Red Cross – Refugees & Migrant Service

* EFSYN – Efimerida ton Sintakton, Greece

* Human Rights Association, Georgia

* Norsensus Mediaforum, Norway

* UNITED for Intercultural Action

In cooperation with:

* Heinrich Böll Foundation

* Prague Spring II Network

This conference has been made possible with the financial support of:

* The European Youth Foundation of the Council of Europe

* The Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union