The Inspiring project was born in Oslo, Norway in 2018 with financial support from the Norwegian Ministry of Justice and Public Security.
It is an innovative way of working with young people in many areas by building on the positive role models in our societies.
With a camera as a tool, the interview becomes a pretext for meeting and exchanging ideas between young people who are often in need of guidance and inspiring people who put all their energy into serving others and the society in which they live.
Encouraged by the example of inspiring people and the values they convey, young people see new directions and a new meaning to their lives.
After developing the youth intervention tool in Oslo during Phase 1 of INSPIRING, we were able to export the project to Morocco to train many educators in the intervention techniques developed in Norway. This was Phase 2 of the project. Today, with Phase 3, we are creating a positive dynamic for as many young people as possible by creating a network that brings together as many practitioners as possible around common work objectives.
The project has been funded by the Norwegian Ministry of Justice and Public Security since its inception.
We thank the Norwegian Embassy in Morocco for its support and collaboration.