Case Study – Storytelling Workshops in Nairobi

These videos (Culture and Hygiene & Matatu Story Table 5)  are the result of a community storytelling project aiming to incorporate drama, music and the arts. The videos are made by participants and discuss the various issues that come with travelling in matatus in Nairobi. In using this collaborative and creative approach, the serious issue about the potential dangers of using matatus is explored using personal reflection.

Watch them here:

These videos are outputs from a project run by Loughborough University and the charity HopeRaisers,  led by Loughborough staff Professor Mike Wilson, Dr Antonia Liguori, Dr Lyndsey Bakewell (who are also UK researchers on the I-CMiiST project).

Much more information can be found online under #NairobiTales (if you set the Twitter filter to ‘Latest’ you will be able to follow the progress of the event)

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