“Painful memories turned into something beautiful”
A filmmaking experience proves to be a source of peer support and liberation for vulnerable youth in Slovenia.
Natalija Žalec, MAEd/UK, is a research fellow, project developer and lecturer at the Slovenian Institute for Adult Education (SIAE). Her work is devoted to the groups of vulnerable adults and their educators, among those particularly to young adults and adults in literacy programs. She is one of the two authors of the programme PLYA, which was awarded the European Regional Champion Award for the best innovative project in social policy in 2007. Her main contribution to this program is an innovative curriculum based on project learning through which the learning space is created together with the learners. The essence of her professional commitment is personification of the learning process, where the “flourishing” of the person is the highest goal. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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