Banner sewing workshop for teenagers ♻️

Banner sewing workshop for teenagers ♻️

On June 16, Novovolynsk hosted a fascinating workshop organized by the NGO Ukrainian Professional Development (the Friendly Space project) and 3.14ban aimed at the creativity and development of teenagers. Participants had the opportunity to create unique banner crafts that, instead of ending up in a landfill, got a new purpose ♻️

The banner sewing workshop was held in a creative and relaxed atmosphere, where participants had the opportunity to unleash their creativity. Under the guidance of experienced craftsmen, the teenagers learned how to turn old banners into stylish bags, card holders, and much more. Each participant was able to develop their own design and bring it to life, creating something truly unique....

This workshop not only fostered creative development, but also provided an opportunity to delve deeper into the issues of sustainability and recycling. Participants were able to see how to give new life to old objects, avoiding them being thrown into the trash and contributing to environmental protection.

Such workshops allow you to unleash your creativity, get acquainted with the concept of sustainability and implement these principles in your life🤍

♻️Revive, Reuse, Recreate♻️

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About the project:

Friendly Space is a project for children and youth affected by war.

The aim of the project is to mitigate the negative impact on the psycho-emotional state of children and youth, to provide support, including psychological support.

The hubs host educational and recreational activities for children and youth of all ages. In particular, classes on career guidance, media literacy, first aid and mine safety.

Such hubs operate in 15 cities in 10 regions of Ukraine.

The "Friendly Space" project is implemented by the NGO "Ukrainian Professional Development" within the framework of the project "Professional Integration of Internally Displaced Persons/EU4Skills", implemented by the German federal company Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH on behalf of the German government.

Photos by @s.vit_photo ❤️