We focus on hot topics, working out a difficult yet necessary modus vivendi with “the other”.  We promote peaceful and respectful dialogue despite of language, cultural, social or geographical barriers.

​We want to draw attention to the mechanisms of marginalization on its psychological, social and intercultural level. We want to develop skills to fight social exclusion in a novel and effective way which appeals to young people.

We believe that hot topics must be addressed at schools and a language classroom should develop not only linguistic but also civic skills, starting with A1/A2 students.


All this (and much more) may be achieved by Forum Theatre – a theatrical debate which forms a part of Augusto Boal’s socially engaged Theatre of The Oppressed.

Thanks to Erasmus+  program of the European Union teachers, methodologists and high school students from 4 countries could test these techniques with maestro JEAN PIERRE BESNARD – French theatre pedagogue with over 20 years of experience - then adapt the method to educational framework and school needs.

The theater forum techniques we are proud to present are excellent for

  • foreign language classroom (starting with A1/A2 level)

  • blended mobilities  (Erasmus+, eTwinning)


The e-handbook is accessible in 4 other languages.