Socio-Economic Issues Storytelling for Closing Intergenerational Gap

Mohamed Buheji


Stories have shaped people life since the beginning of humanity. Telling and sharing stories in an inspiring way is an art that has been deeply hidden with the heritage of many civilisations. In this paper, we investigate the influence of the new movement of storytelling on the intergeneration gap and their role in raising our curiosity about chronic socio-economic issues that are degrading the movement of humanity.

The paper focus on the best way of narrating poverty elimination stories and what improvements need to be done in projects that focus on reporting the results and the outcomes of the poverty labs, as the international project of inspiration economy.

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