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26 March 2019

Recrear International has opened applications for its annual two-week residency program: RecrearMagnify. This 9th edition will take place in Medellin, Colombia from July 14th - 30th, 2019. It may be of interest to those exploring participatory forms of research, learning and change management, especially within civil society organizations working with youth.

RecrearMagnify is a two-week residency program for 16 young practitioners to deep dive into how we can strengthen ourselves and our practice in the space of social transformation. The program integrates elements of personal development, training on Participatory Action Research, cooperative inquiry and learning from experiences of organizations based in the host city.

This edition’s collective exploration will look at: “How do we develop skills & nurture relationships to transform the tensions that stand in the way of creating the futures we want?”

The program’s great for community practitioners/educators/researchers/facilitators/program officers/evaluators/creatives/students aged 20-35. For more information, you can visit the program webpage. Applications close on April 8th however spots will be filled on a rolling basis so we encourage those interested to apply early.

Recrear Magnify is a residency program for those who seek to nourish their creative and reflective selves.

For two weeks, you’ll find a home for your exploration. During the 2019 edition we will come together around this question:
“How do we develop skills & nurture relationships to transform the tensions that stand in the way of creating the futures we want?”

We invite you to strengthen your own social practice through participatory action research.

Should you have any questions, you can write to recrearmagnify@recrear.info

or visit this link. http://recrearinternational.org/recrearmagnify/

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