On April 8, 9 and 10, the first virtual youth workshop focused on storytelling within the European Storyline project took place. The project “STORYtelling for (Language) Learning in an Interactive and Non-formal Environment” is financed by the European Commission under the Erasmus+ program, KA2, a 2-year project involving partners from Romania, Spain, and Portugal.

The event was organized jointly organized by the Faculty of Educational Sciences of Granada and Didark, a Madrid-based organization that is dedicated to the dissemination of culture in all its extensions promoting historical, artistic, and cultural heritage at all levels of society, using a didactic, playful and participatory methodology. The Faculty of Educational Sciences of Granada belonging to the University of Granada, dedicated to teaching and research studies related to didactics, pedagogy and education. This Storytelling workshop  aimed to give the project volunteers all the necessary tools to incorporate tradition and oral narration into storytelling-focused tales. The contributions of more than 21 very committed and motivated project volunteers resulted in very emotional and unique workshop sessions.