11 November 2013

12 November 2013

The RadioActive Consortium, co-ordinated by the University of East London (UEL) and co-funded by the Nominet Trust and EC Lifelong Learning Programme, would like to invite you to an interactive Dissemination Workshop on Wednesday 27 November 2013, hosted by London Youth.

Here we will:

·         Present the RadioActive approach (using internet radio to include, engage and educate young people)

·         Showcase achievements so far (how we gives a voice to young people who are often unheard)

·         Interactively explore and define how RadioActive can be valuable in new (i.e. your) contexts

·         Make a ‘live’ radio broadcast

·         Explain how organisations become Associate Partners, and become active members of the RadioActive network                                                         

RadioActive currently involves youth organizations across London with young people from Hackney, Camden, Westminster & Merton actively involved in the UK project, and the aim of these workshops is to extend the number of organisations actively involved in the project and network.

For more information – check out the RadioActive websites here and here or contact the Project Director:

Professor Andrew Ravenscroft

a.ravenscroft@uel.ac.uk, http://www.uel.ac.uk/cass/staff/andrewravenscroft/

To RSVP email Rosa Palli, Membership Development Support Officer, at rosa.palli@londonyouth.org or send a letter addressed to Rosa at:

London Youth

47-49 Pitfield Street


N1 6DA


The Workshop 1pm-4pm

1.       RadioActive: the Basic idea and showcasing RadioActive so far

a.       RA-uk: Radioactive101.org

b.      RA-eu: Radioactive101.eu

c.       UK Evaluation

2.       RadioActive and wider exploitation, or ‘Radioactive and You’ (All participants)

a.       Round table discussion: how is RadioActive relevant to participant contexts

b.      Ideas about programs, content and joining the RadioActive network

3.       RadioActive ‘live’

a.       Planning, recording and broadcasting a short show with participants

4.       Becoming a RadioActive Associate Partner

a.       Registering those interested as Associate Partners