Let’s think about our needs in daily life from the point of view of an EU citizen and a migrant person: going to work, taking the children to school, learning French/Dutch, cleaning home, assembling furniture, mowing the lawn, learning a foreign language, understanding the bureaucratic procedures, finding a house and so on.

How would our life change if somebody from our community helped us with the necessities of our daily life and if we helped them with their needs?

This is the main challenge to which ALDA, partner of the Project FromMEtoEU, will try to respond during the second of a series of Local Workshops that will be held at La Serre on Saturday, 16th November 2019 from 3pm to 6pm.
The event will see the participation of Caroline Donnelly, a professional actress and trainer, who will guide participants in a unique workshop aimed to identify the needs of EU citizens and migrants in Brussels and to suggest in which ways local people can collaborate and help one another.

Le theatre training will be organized in three phases:

  1. Ice-breaking game and theatre exercises: let’s get to know one another!
  2. Fiction time: acting and interpreting another identity – let’s improvise!
  3. I need (E)U, (E)U needs me: what will change if we help each other.
    We are looking forward to seeing you on Saturday, 16th November for this unique opportunity to learn theatre exercises in order to act better in our daily life.

This event is free of charge.
Registration through the online form is recommended; check out the Facebook event!

Let’s think about our needs in daily life from the point of view of an EU citizen and a migrant person: going to work, taking the children to school, learning French/Dutch, cleaning home, assembling furniture, mowing the lawn, learning a foreign language, understanding the bureaucratic procedures, finding a house and so on.

How would our life change if somebody from our community helped us with the necessities of our daily life and if we helped them with their needs?

This is the main challenge to which ALDA, partner of the Project FromMEtoEU, will try to respond during the second of a series of Local Workshops that will be held at La Serre on Saturday, 16th November 2019 from 3pm to 6pm.
The event will see the participation of Caroline Donnelly, a professional actress and trainer, who will guide participants in a unique workshop aimed to identify the needs of EU citizens and migrants in Brussels and to suggest in which ways local people can collaborate and help one another.

Le theatre training will be organized in three phases:

  1. Ice-breaking game and theatre exercises: let’s get to know one another!
  2. Fiction time: acting and interpreting another identity – let’s improvise!
  3. I need (E)U, (E)U needs me: what will change if we help each other.
    We are looking forward to seeing you on Saturday, 16th November for this unique opportunity to learn theatre exercises in order to act better in our daily life.

This event is free of charge.
Registration through the online form is recommended; check out the Facebook event!