Songs For Rights Training

Are you a musician, human rights activist, youth worker, educator or simply a person passionate about social change looking for a way to promote human rights through music?

Participate at the Songs for Rights Training, October 13-16th 2023, at the Landesmusikakademie, Berlin!

Songs for Rights training offers a unique approach to human rights education that combines the power of music and the principles of human rights. By participating in this Songs for Rights Training, you will learn how to facilitate workshops where groups learn about human rights using musical methods and where they write, compose and record their own human rights song(s).

What to expect from the training?

Get ready for a hands-on, interactive, and praxis-oriented experience! We believe in learning by doing, which is why our program includes 2 online coaching sessions (1 before and 1 after the training), 4 intensive training days at the Landesmusikakademie Berlin, and a toolkit with video tutorials for your continued learning.

For you to get the best out of the training, we have designed a variety of activities and exercises that you will participate in, as both a workshop participant and facilitator. You'll also receive feedback from our trainers to help you improve. And as a special bonus, you'll get the chance to write, compose, and record your own song during the training.

So get ready to dive in and take your skills to the next level!

WHEN: 13th - 16th October, 2023

WHERE: Landesmusikakademie Berlin,

COST: Standard - 250€, Early Bird - 200€

TRAINERS:  Juan David Garzon (Music Trainer), Jonas Deitert ( Human Rights Trainer), Jochen Schell (Songs for Rights Director & Founder), Linn Radkte (Project Manager)

Application form and further information available here:

Landesmusikakademie, Berlin, Germany
Songs For Rights (INA gGmbh) (Youth NGO)
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