What immediate change do we want to affect?
Participants become more resilient and learn to take their own responsibility in developing their creations.
Participants will be confronted with their limitations like diffidence, stage fright, male-female relationships, dealing with other cultures, power relations, etc. But they will also learn to overcome these limitations and to discover, develop and promote their talents.
The student learns to become the owner of his own path and hopefully, with this acquired ownership, he can take on other challenges in his learning process.
What intermediate change do we want to affect?
Emancipation of vulnerable groups: exchange of world views leading to more openness; discovering hidden talents, getting along better, forming a team, increasing self-confidence through passion and motivation.
Adult education has a positive influence not only on adults but also on their children. Literate parents are more involved in their children’s school and career.
Organisations will achieve better results, the quality of service will increase by working together.
This can have a huge impact on the participants’ potential to participate in society and thus increase their quality of life.