Visual methods training
Real Time has been working with partners from Spain, Poland and Italy on a European funded Erasmus project to develop new ways of using visual methods to engage with migrants and asylum seekers.
Real Time designed and led visual methods training for 18 delegates. The training looked at how storytelling techniques can be used to engage with people who are newly arrived in the country or who face language barriers. It focused on how visual methods and storytelling techniques can be used to build a sense of belonging and personal connections with the wider community.