About the project
ABMS is led by 5 European non-profit, partner organisations. Each partner represents a different European country: Portugal, Hungary, Spain, Germany, Austria, & Serbia.
Our organisations all serve underrepresented populations and have come together to use art & culture to disrupt bullying in youth-at-risk, by increasing the skills & competences of artists, educators, youth workers, educational leaders & support staff that serve vulnerable youth.
-- Our consortium represents the
following diverse populations
Our diversity contributes
to the knowledge resources
of the ABMS wordshops.
By replicating and sharing our skills across our consortium, we increase the skill & competency of all our communities.
|Facilitators from our organisations have detailed that they find it difficult to manage youth bullying, but also that they have found success in using art as a method to reduce bullying. Consequently, our consortium developed because we saw a problem, and identified that by working||together transnationally, we had the capacity to disrupt bullying in youth-at-risk & inspire young people to become positive contributors to their families, schools, friendships, & communities.|
The ABMS partnership allows workshop participants from our countries to share skills and travel between our countries to attend trainings, full-funded. Participants with nationalities outside of our partner countries are welcome to attend our trainings but attend at their own cost. We welcome all international applicants.