Ayllu Audiovisual - Building common areas
Indsatsen vedrører følgende verdensmål:
- Mål 3: Sundhed og trivsel
- Mål 4: Kvalitetsuddannelse
- Mål 5: Ligestilling mellem kønnene
- Mål 10: Mindre ulighed
- Mål 11: Bæredygtige byer og lokalsamfund
- Mål 13: Klimaindsats
- Mål 17: Partnerskaber for handling
Indsatsen foregår i følgende lande:
- Asociacion Cultural Comunespacio
Overordnede mål :
Enable children and youth from poor neighbourhoods in Lima, Peru to contribute towards achieving the UN sustainable goals by providing them with tools for citizens participation and by strengthening local cohesion and influencing decision makers.
Umiddelbare mål :
1) The primary target group has gained increased self-esteem and action competence by working with audio-visual tools following community video methodologies 2) Mateo Salado’s four neighbourhoods are realising joint activities contributing to increased knowledge and pride of the archeological site and strengthened unity between community members 3) Comunespacio has enhanced their advocacy effort in regards to establishing community video methodologies in the programs of the Ministry of Culture as well as using the community video productions by children and youth to advocating for social change in Mateo Salado
Primary target groups Comunespacio’s staff and volunteers (10 people): Comunespacio has a broad experience working locally with different partners, though this is their first cooperation with an international NGO. The intervention will strengthen Comunespacio as an association, and also the individual staff and volunteer members, at an administrational level and in regards to advocacy. 6 to 12 year-old children (35 children): Comunespacio has worked intensely with the children during the last 6 years. This group represents Mateo Salado’s present and future. We will work with them continuously in weekends inside the archaeological site and in the neighbourhood. We want to strengthen their critical thinking and autonomy, and to enable them to build future projects together. 14 to 18 year old teenagers (35 teenagers): This group is more prone to get into systemic criminal patterns (drug dealing, alcohol, stealing, etc.). With this group we will work two times a week in the neighbourhood school “Instituto Escolar Republica de Alemania”, where Comunespacio is cooperating with the teachers. Catalytic effect: The intervention creates a space where children and young people communicate their live stories and concerns through audiovisual language. By developing, using and disseminating their own narratives they catalyze action competence for social transformation. Pocket cinema turns out to be an effective and playful tool to transmit their realities and make them visible to other young people. Secondary target groups a. Elderly people: The children and young people involved, will work with ‘micro reporting’ in order to describe the local memories of elderly people. This method creates a cultural continuum, increase the value of the legacy of former generations, work in an intergenerational way and finally is part of the creation of a grassroots museum. b. Personnel from the archaeological site and from the Ministry of Culture: The employees will support with the announcement and provide the facilities for the realisation of the workshops and coordination meetings with the families. The festival will create new bonds among the employees at the archaeological site and the neighbours. c. Grassroot Organizations: Comunespacio is cooperating with local grassroots organizations, but they have shown to be weak at a participatory and organizational level. The idea is to revitalise these organizations by involving them in the cultural activities in the neighbourhood. The organizations count: El Maizal, El Zorzalito, Otro Mundo, VCD - Videos Creados con Dibujos, 5 minutos 5, La clínica de los sueños, TAFA - Talleres Ambulantes de Formación Audiovisual, Grupo Chaski.
By training youngsters to make audiovisual productions that contribute to the building of a popular museum in the Mateo Salado’s neighbourhoods surrounding the archeological site at Mateo Salado (Lima, Peru), this intervention will enable children and youth from poor neighbourhoods in urban settlements to contribute towards a sustainable development. The focus is to increase the youngsters’ self-esteem and action competence by working with audio-visual tools following community video methodologies. As well the intervention will bring together Mateo Salado’s four neighbourhoods to realise joint activities contributing to increased knowledge and pride of the archeological site and strengthened unity between community members. Finally the Peruvian partner, Comunespacio, will enhance their advocacy effort in regards to establishing community video methodologies in the programs of the Ministry of Culture as well as advocating for social change in Mateo Salado neighbourhoods.