Pedro or Zdravko? – a collective identity of the quaranteens
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"Pedro or Zdravko? - a collective identity of the quaranteens" tells the story of a workshop, organised with a lot of thought, love and passion.
The concept of collective identity, thinking hats and the connection between social media and COVID. A thought-provoking dialogue of quaranteens, baring the challenge of a world pandemic with the future and present of our reality.
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Pedro or Zdravko? – a collective identity of the quaranteens 

On June 1st, welcomed by the bright sun of Children’s Day, we opened the treasure memory box, not only of our childhood but also of our first-hand experience as quaranteens.

“Face The Challenge: Active Youth” was how we named our workshop, implementing some of the educational techniques and valuable skills we acquired during our Arezzo adventure in March 2023…

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Chelopech, Arezzo
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