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GRESYS, Green Stories from Youth to Stage, is an international project for young people whose objective is to raise awareness among young people of the goals of the Agenda 2030 established by the UN by promoting their own experiences and ecological commitments through a theatrical narrative.


Alarmed by reports from institutions on young people's feeling of social exclusion since the pandemic - which has a strong impact on their learning abilities - and their concerns about the environment, our goal is to support them through training on the ecological issues combining an artistic practice, the theatre, and a reference text, the 2030 Agenda.


We are convinced that theatrical practice as a tool of informal education is one of the most relevant media to invite young people to translate and appropriate the Agenda 2030, capable of stimulating their creativity, creating collective and restoring their self-confidence. The choice of this text is strategic because, both contemporary and unavoidable, it is also written in the form of actions and concrete contexts easily linked to the experiences of young people.


GRESYS thus aims to create theatre workshops based on the one hand on the artistic translation of the Agenda 2030, and on the other hand on the collection of ecological stories from young people, supervised by professionals from the cultural sector. These workshops will give rise to two performances, one in France and one in Italy, where the young people will be actors as well as authors: their stories will constitute the main narrative frame thanks to the technique of storytelling.

3 European artistic structures are brought together in this Erasmus+ Cooperation Partnership:

ALTER EGO (X) - Annecy, France

Teatro alla Guilla - Palermo, Italy

La Transplanisphere - Aubervilliers, France

Supported by:

Erasmus + France Youth & Sport Agency

The project starts in May 2023 and ends in July 2024.

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