A first in the world from the 'Children in the Leading Role' project...

As part of the 'Children in the Leading Role Project' organized by Üsküdar University Health, Culture and Sports (HCS) Department and Orphan Foundation, the play named Pufy's Journey 'Mirror of Information' met with the audience at the Central Campus Nermin Tarhan Conference Hall. Serhat Eser was the writer and director of the play, and Cebrail Kalın was the assistant director.

Üsküdar University Rectorate Project Development Coordinator (PARGE) and Young Brains Academy Application and Research Center (YBA) Director Dr. Nebiye Yaşar made her speech.

“This project is a gift to all children affected by the earthquake”

 Expressing her excitement for the 'Children in the Leading Role Project', Dr. Nebiye Yasar said:

“Dear young people, we are gathered here today for you, very lovely children. Actually, we gathered for a very nice project. This project is a gift given to all children who have experienced earthquake trauma and who have been affected by the earthquake in the first, second and third degrees.”.

It takes place in interactive theater for the first time in the world

Üsküdar University, Orphan Foundation, Hold My Hand Association, as well as, all student clubs within the Üsküdar University HCS gathered within the scope of this project. It was stated that the aim of this project is to realize the well-being of children within excellent works. It was emphasized that the project took place in the first interactive theater in the world. Another feature of this theater is that its script was examined by psychologists and psychiatrists, and it was found positive.

The messages intended to be given to the children in the theater play, which was met with admiration by the audience, stood out. It was conveyed to the audience how goodness and evil affect people and that there is goodness in every human being.

The theater play named "Mirror of Information", "Pufy's Journey", which was realized as part of the "Children in the Leading Role" project, ended after the group photos were taken.

Üsküdar News Agency (ÜNA)