Community building for the young migrants through arts and acquaintance with the history and culture of the Czech Republic. Lectures on photography and writing, travels and sightseeing with professional guides.
Youth Included prepared for you something new and interesting!
Introductory lecture - theoretical material.
Date: 21 May
Place: Kover Politických vězňů 911/8)
Duration 3 hours.
1. The main milestones of history that influenced the culture of the Czech Republic and the mentality of local residents. Brief excursion into the past. Basic historical outline of specific periods of the Czech history are presented - the Great Moravian Empire (9th century), the Premyslid Dynasty (9-14th century), the Luxembourg Dynasty (14-15th century), the Hussite Revolution (1419 - 1436), The Jagellon Dynasty (15-16th century), the Habsburg Dynasty (16-20th century), the foundation of the modern Czech nation and an independent state (since 1918).
2. Monetization travel. Features of maintaining a travel blog, how and where to write notes about your trips, cooperation with travel portals, working as a guide in the Czech Republic.
3. Travel photo. Preparation of photos for sale on photo stocks.
You will learn about the most famous kings of the Czech Republic, who was the founder of Prague, hear the story of St. Wenceslas, find out why Prague has become one of the most mystical cities in Europe. And in the second part of the lecture, you will get practical knowledge on how you can earn money on your knowledge and travel.
Registration via link https://forms.gle/7P8G5hVHSU1APpEi9
Because Youth Included is a non-profit organisation that runs themed events for migrants to meet, expand their network and make friends!
Networking and education
The project is supported by European Solidarity Corps, which offer young people the opportunity to help those in need, to take part in solving societal problems and to work for a more inclusive society. At the same time, it offers the opportunity to gain new skills and work experience, which will improve their position in the labour market.
cultural power project 2021-1-CZ01-ESC30-SOL-000036727