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Spaces by Youngstival: 500 square metres of young dreams

There is room for young people's dreams here. Spaces by Youngstival has opened in Galleria Boulevard. With a project for music, festivals, the scout Jamboree in the summer, for the WM in handball .......
'Here we have 500 square metres of space just for dreams', says Tim Omorogieva, who is leading the project.
Kristianstad • Publicerad 15 juni 2022
'I've heard that they motivate young people here to do something positive, if they have an idea they can start a project. That's why I'm here, it's my first time, says Nasir Kazimi.
'I've heard that they motivate young people here to do something positive, if they have an idea they can start a project. That's why I'm here, it's my first time, says Nasir Kazimi.Foto: Sofyan Aswad

It says Youngstival in big letters on one wall. On another, the heading 'Dream', with post-it notelets.

'I want young people to have more space', 'professional dancer', 'travel all over the world', it says on some of them.

– In Kristianstad there is a tremendous drive among young people and UF-businesses, says Tim Omorogieva.

Eyobel Samson, 20, is chairman of Youngstival. He has been given the chance to take a step forward, shoulder responsibility and be an example.
Eyobel Samson, 20, is chairman of Youngstival. He has been given the chance to take a step forward, shoulder responsibility and be an example.Foto: Sofyan Aswad

What are you going to do here?

– We want to be a modern meeting-place, with a co-working area where young people, business, the university and the municipality can meet and come up with new ideas, he says. -

– Kristianstad municipality works very well with UF-businesses. If you work with a UF-business you find something within yourself that gives you an extra impetus. Then the young people could be here and feel 'This is our place, this is where we can develop our ideas'.

– And get advice and have someone to dicuss things with, says Eybel Samson, chairman of Youngstival.

He has spoken to C4 upper secondary school.

– Perhaps they will send their UF-businesses here. Other schools are interested as well. Then we can be a centre for uf-businesses, he says.

Deniz Zuber and Mariam Frigui. ' We youngsters get a chance herer to start our own projects. I've started my own girls' group, ssays Mariam Frigui.
Deniz Zuber and Mariam Frigui. ' We youngsters get a chance herer to start our own projects. I've started my own girls' group, ssays Mariam Frigui.Foto: Sofyan Aswad
The rumour that there are purposeful young people in Youngstival has reached the business world and Wikan Personal. 'They've already made enquiries about summer stand-ins, says Tim Omorogieva, who leads the project.
The rumour that there are purposeful young people in Youngstival has reached the business world and Wikan Personal. 'They've already made enquiries about summer stand-ins, says Tim Omorogieva, who leads the project.Foto: Sofyan Aswad
A whole wall filled with young people's dreams.
A whole wall filled with young people's dreams.Foto: Sofyan Aswad
Elias Bengtsson and Liam Swan are trainees at Youngstival. 'We're planning for a two-day festival at Näsby in August', says Elias Bengtsson. Here with Yosobel Samson. (Inte Eyobel?)
Elias Bengtsson and Liam Swan are trainees at Youngstival. 'We're planning for a two-day festival at Näsby in August', says Elias Bengtsson. Here with Yosobel Samson. (Inte Eyobel?)Foto: Sofyan Aswad
'It's very integrated here, we can get on with different things and get to know people', says Deniz Zuber.
'It's very integrated here, we can get on with different things and get to know people', says Deniz Zuber.Foto: Sofyan Aswad

50-60 young people are taking part.

– We already have six big projects in progress, everything from Ung Scen (Young people on stage) at Kulturnatten to our own festival Youngstival in August, the Jamboree, WM in handball....

Mariam Frigui, one of the young people, says:

– Young people get a better chance here at Youngstival, we get the opportunity to start our own projects, as I have done.I've started a girls' group.

– It's very integrated here, we can get on with different things and get to know people, says Deniz Zuber.

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