“Painful memories turned into something beautiful”
A filmmaking experience proves to be a source of peer support and liberation for vulnerable youth in Slovenia.
Mateja Rozman Amon is Director of Adult Education Centre Radovljica, one of the organisations behind PLYA (Project learning for young adults programme) in Slovenia. She worked as a mentor in PLYA programme for ten years. Her work is mainly devoted to adult education in the local environment, especially to the groups of vulnerable adults, young adults who dropped out of regular school, adults in literacy programmes and learning in the third life period. She has been a manager of many EU projects mainly focused on including adult learners from disadvantaged groups. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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