Youth Drama, Media & Storytelling for Developing Cultural Heritage and Tourism (YDMS)


Crossing Borders

Crossing Borders provides impartial dialogue space and empowering skills training for youth, media and educators to participate actively in the present and future development of the society


Youth Europe Service

YES is an association very active in the area of training and of promoting tourism. It has much experience in the area of coordinating and realizing European projects. Youth Europe Service was born in 1999.



AIJU is a non-making-profit organization and technology centre that is at the forefront of ICT technologies.  AIJU has a multidisciplinary team that covers projects involving both technological and social topics


Ost-Passage Theater e.V

We was established to promote artistic, managerial, and educational leadership for theater. The organization develops new methods of work, resources, and information and acts in productions and training


European cultural tourism

Politics in cultural turism must adaptive to the new thendencies of tourist looking for authentic cultural experiences and develop an offert to promote local traditions, protect the patrimony, the local places and culture.

With this kind of approach, we are now contributing to the rise of a new “race” of creative mediators .

Technology for Cultural Tourism

Live interpretation as a series of theatrically guided tours with “live young actors” who, in historical dresses, will tell the principal historical and artistic points of interest of the European cities involved. All connected through a online platform with research materials on the contents produced and a APP with Augmented Reality creating a analogic map/game to use in real-time guiding the audience through the discovery of the imagined path with videoanimations.

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Youth Drama, Media & Storytelling for Developing Cultural Heritage and Tourism (YDMS)

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