I want to break free. Beziers, France, 2021Emir Shevkiev
“I want to break free” was an international training course where youth workers, youth leaders and NGO activists learned how to build escape rooms for educational purposes.
To practice received knowledge we build 3 escape rooms on topics of cyberbullying, gender inequality and minorities rights.
The room about cyberbullying – “Cybertrouble” tells a story of a girl who has been receiving some aggressive messages recently. You will need to follow her Instagram and find out where has she gone
When entering the room about gender inequality “Not woman” you will be placed in a house of an Afghani woman, who was working as a teacher and now needs to flee her country. You will find out difficulties she faced and learn about human rights violations in Afghanistan
The room “Love is love” tells the story of Jean-Luc through his diary. You will get to know which difficulties he went through and will understand the challenges faced by LGBTQ+ community
We made an open event where we together with some locals played escape rooms built by participants. To promote it we made online event – https://www.facebook.com/events/870358100506660/
All escape rooms have now been disassembled but information about them is available at our Google Drive – https://drive.google.com/…/1znTD2b2…
If you want to build similar escape rooms, you will find there toolboxes with detailed descriptions of stories, puzzles and all needed information to build them.
This project was organised by Logos in partnership with Amitie Franco Russe Languedoc with the support of Erasmus+ programme and French national agency Agence Erasmus+ France Jeunesse & Sport Service Civique