People, Places and Stories project

April 16, 2021

FEST is partner in a new Erasmus+ project – People, Places and Stories (PPS).

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FEST Survey Assessing the past looking towards the future

December 21, 2020

Fill in the FEST Survey and help us to learn from the past and to be ‘on the ball’ for the future.

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FEST Survey on the impact of Corona on the Oral Storytelling Community

April 30, 2020

Fill in the survey and help FEST study how the Corona crisis impacts the storytelling organisations & professionals and collect good practice examples of creative solutions to adapt to the lockdown and social distancing conditions.

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Survey applied storytelling in education

February 2, 2020

FEST, would like to know more about the use of storytelling in teacher training and in education in Europe. You can help us with this research by filling in the survey!!!!

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FEST survey on storytelling in community work.

April 30, 2018

FEST survey on storytelling in community work. Dear storyteller, community worker, trainer, The Federation for European Storytelling (FEST) is a European network of organizations and associations active in the field of storytelling. FEST wants to enhance the visibility and the recognition of storytelling as a performing art. The network also contributes to a European approach to the professional development of storytellers. (for more info please visit One of the items we tackle is the use of stories and storytelling techniques in different sectors of society: education, community work, heritage etc.. Below you can find the link to a survey. This survey deals with the use of stories and storytelling techniques in working with vulnerable groups. In this survey we address storytellers, community workers and trainers/workshop leaders who work(ed) with migrants, newcomers, refugees, minorities or other vulnerable groups in society. Your answers will help us map opportunities, techniques and good practices. Please be aware We will not publish any personal details but we plan to use your answers, statistics and examples in a public report on the FEST website for the benefit of the storytelling sector and their work in society. Please answer before 28 May. Thank you for helping us with this work. The FEST project team.

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