With Georgia signing partnership agreement with EU it is becoming increasingly important to create a platform through which Georgian citizens and citizens of the rest of Europe can be informed about each other in an interesting and entertaining way without political and diplomatic language.
Tbilisi, Georgia, Dortmund, Germany, Rome, Italy
Europe needs independent educators, engaged citizens and artists to come together and spread the word. Parts of Europe similar to Georgia do not have access to the same amount of educational resources even though they need to be well-informed members of the European society as the ties get strengthened. Our project will bring the informative content to their computer and phone screens and introduce them to their peers who make meaningful contributions to their societies. They'll be able to learn without being swarmed by political and diplomatic lingo which draws common people away.
1. By the end of the project duration videos revolving around the same story will be combined as a full-documentary and released online.
2. Spark discussions over the content of videos and how they relate to members of European community.
3. Provide examples of how individual and group experiences, initiatives and ideas help shape the world.
4. Create a space where education is fun, entertaining, relatable and inspiring.
5. Bring Europe closer together and collaborate with more artists, educators and content creators for future reiterations of this video project.
6. Conference at National Parliamentary Library of Georgia presenting results of our project.
7. Photo exhibition: "Weekdays in Europe"
1. Purchase necessary equipment and set up online distribution channels.
2. Take trips to interview students and members of grass-roots organizations in Europe and start filming for several videos. Continue filming in Georgia.
3. Combine the resources and knowledge our large network of students and professionals can provide and shape this collective knowledge into a visually pleasing and mentally engaging content.
4. Release short videos relating to current events as supplements to mini-documentaries.
5. Promoting videos on Facebook, Google ad-words and different blogs hosting educational and entertaining content.
Funding requested from Advocate Europe
We'd love feedback and we're open to contribute to other projects by showcasing their work through our videos.