Do young people talk about suicidal thoughts, labels, insecurity, pressure to perform and social media?

To help young people enter into a dialogue about taboos, JOETZ vzw developed four film fragments with accompanying teaching packages and interactive booths.

These taboo(ths) will be on display in Destelheide from 6 to 13 October.

Young people are not only made to think through the booths, the exhibition also interacts with them.

Lander Severins and Myrthe van Velden of cabaret duo Grof Geschud raise activating questions within the booths and make young people think. Puberty is the ideal time to talk about dilemmas: the more concrete, the better. Young people crave conversations that make them think.

Are you up for the challenge?

From October 6th-13th

For youngsters from 14 years

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