Staying at Home during Covid 19
April 30, 2020Free
The idea that we should ‘stay at home’ during the current experience impacts on people in different ways. For starters, the experience of ‘home’ is something that is not universally shared, it means different things to different people depending on location, income, gender, class, race, age, ability, access to education. We look at the concept of ‘home’ to explore how Covid19 highlighting pre-existing inequalities in the world.
12 people max for each session
Free of charge
11am to 12:30pm or 1:30pm to 3pm
The Solidarity Conversations are weekly NYCI led conversations, which will take a step back, to consider a global view on the Covid 19 situation and what it means for youth work ; we will use Global Youth Work and Development Education approaches, practices and resources to unpack and understand our current world, providing a space for youth practitioners and youth workers to share, question, reflect and connect online.
For more information please check out youth.ie or contact Leo at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Youth Workers and those who work with young people – Youth sector, Education sector, and Development Sectors
- Amel Yacef & Leo Gilmartin/Sally Daly