Name of the project: Social Media Movements Training Course
Date: 12th until 20th February 2020
City/Country: Paris, France
What was the main topic of the project?
Johanna Reinvald: The project was about how social media works, communication, and how to stand up for things that you believe in.
Iris Elisabeth Pihelgas: Social Media movements from the past
What was the biggest learning moment for you?
Johanna Reinvald: The biggest learning moment for me was that I understood how stereotypes are created. Also, how to see when the news is fake.
Iris Elisabeth Pihelgas: I learnt how to communicate and how to work in teams
Do you have any plans to continue being active in the field? If yes, in which way?
Johanna Reinvald: Yes definitely because it is always important to stand up for your rights and not to be manipulated by others. I will try to work on this field and make a change in this world.
Iris Elisabeth Pihelgas: Social Media is my everyday job, so I hope to use all the knowledge in my work
Would you recommend this experience to your friends? If yes, why? If no, why not?
Johanna Reinvald: Yes, this was one of the best projects I have been to. In general I love Erasmus+ projects because it is a way to meet new people, come out of my comfort zone and learn something new in the coolest way possible. It is really hard to put all my thoughts into these gaps but it really changed the way i see the world now and i hope i will keep up the same way of thinking. I will also try to implement it more into my life so others could learn through my actions. So YES YES YES! Everyone should have this experience!
Iris Elisabeth Pihelgas: Yes, it was fun and we learnt a lot.
Other comments or anything else you would like to share? You can answer in your mother tongue, if you want!
Iris Elisabeth Pihelgas: It was fun and educating experience, I think everybody should do it at least once in their life!
This Project was financed by European Commission’s Erasmus + Programme