What does it mean to be accountable? And what role do stories play?
Liability, trust, professionalism, transparency, achieving results are some of the words that describe the concept of Accountability.
From 3 to 6 October we will be in Karditsa (Greece) to meet the partners of the project NACCS – Narrative Accountability in Cultural and Community which brings together the value of stories and the concept of trust and professionalism in cultural settings.
Two days of meetings to discuss the research carried out over the 2 years of the project on the state of the art in Europe of Narrative Accountability and to design the toolkit that will collect reflections, proposals and tools.
The toolkit, the conception of which will be facilitated by Melting Pro and Stando during a co-design workshop, will be a multimedia resource for professionals in the cultural and social sector; a support to work on the importance of being accountable in one’s work and the impacts it can generate.
At the centre of the research is the value of stories and the application of storytelling methodologies.
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Find out more about the project here.