Inclusion, participation and creativity are necessary instruments when referring to education in an emergency situation. To leave one’s country to look for better conditions of life can be profoundly traumatic. It is a leap into the unknown, and in this process, uncertainty and insecurity can leave deep marks.
It is to minimize possible trauma that the Fraternity – International Humanitarian Federation (FFHI), through Art-Education techniques, encourages continuous educational processes and practices for children, young people, and adults in the shelters under their management in Roraima and in the Transit Shelter (ATM) in Manaus. An effort is made to create safe learning environments in the informal educational practices and in recreational activities.
In this video, you can learn a little more about those practices! Follow them!