Narrative Accountability in Cultural and Community Settings

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Narrative Accountability in Cultural and Community Settings (NACCS), is a 36-month Strategic Partnership in the Field of VET (Innovation) project. There are seven partner organizations from Germany, Italy, Greece, The Netherlands and Cyprus that covers varied cultural and political landscapes. This will result in comprehensive and versatile intellectual outcomes and impact across Europe. Our vision is to devise a pan-European responsible practice through which digital storytelling can be conducted.

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Our vision is to devise a pan-European responsible practice through which digital storytelling can be conducted.

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NACCS aims to use narrative accountability – an umbrella term to account for the power dynamics,
ownership, responsibility, control and democratisation involved in storytelling – to support organisations working in cultural
and civic fields to use stories in more inclusive ways

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Project outcomes

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1.

Narrative Accountability Report
In order to fully understand the current state of play across the
participating countries and European landscape in terms of
understandings of ‘narrative accountability’, methodologies and
practices.

2.

Narrative Accountability Toolkit
A multimedia toolkit will be produced to support VET providers
working in community and cultural settings to learn about narrative
accountability, specifically for their work with marginalised groups
and when there are power imbalances in relationships.

3.

LTTAs

  • Digital Storytelling Methodologies:
    Training-The-Trainer
  • Representation in Narratives:
    Training-The-Trainer
  • Storytelling and Community
    Development: Training-The-
    Trainer

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TPMs

  • Germany
  • Italy
  • Greece
  • Netherlands
  • Cyprus
  • Italy
  • Greece

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