Are you a young person or a youth professional? Are you looking to set up workshops to explore issues related to sexuality and intimacy? Are you into radio, and the creation of collective radio shows or podcasts about these issues sounds like an appealing idea to you?

SNAP – Sexuality Intimacy Art Podcast – a European project dedicated to youth.

SNAP provides pedagogical resources for professionals interested in leading group activities. Our methodologies come from non-formal education, emotional and sex education, artistic mediation and mediation using radio tools.

We have created 4 toolkits that include handbooks and video lessons, as well as step-by-step instructions on how to reproduce our activities.

Our 4 toolkits are:

Running workshops on fundamentals of radio: this kit contains pedagogical resources for running workshops on fundamentals of radio. It’s a prerequisite for discovering the other toolkits!
Running radio workshops on the theme of emotional and sexual life: this kit presents activities using radio as a medium for getting people talking about emotional and sexual life issues, as well as raising awareness of discrimination such as sexism and LGBTphobia.
Do-it-Yourself: creating podcasts on sexuality and intimacy: this kit focuses on learning journalistic methods, enabling a group to create individual or group podcasts. The main pillars of the activities on offer are voice work, storytelling and writing.
Using sound art and fanzines to explore intimacy, gender and sexuality: this toolkit presents activities for running workshops on sex and emotional life using artistic mediation (sound art and visual art).

Finally, there are 4 training modules with a range of outlines for running your workshops. Each sequence comes with method sheets explaining our activities and all the materials you need to successfully carry them out.  

Project run by Élan Interculturel, Jouïr, SkaSka, Wired and the HearSay Festival.

Are you interested in the project?
Would you like to contribute or attend our training sessions?
Drop us a line! You may contact us by e-mail, or message us over our social media page