In the second part of the workshop, participants stepped into the researchers' shoes to learn about conducting interviews. All of the young people had been interviewed by a researcher for the MO-TRAYL project, sharing details and stories about their trips to Ghana and other places, families, education and other aspects of life. Now, it was their turn to ask the questions! After receiving some basic training in how to design and conduct a good interview, participants paired up to interview each other. Based on listening to each other's stories and getting to know each other at the workshop, they wrote their own questions on topics they were curious about, and then recorded their interviews on the grounds of the Chateau Bethlehem.
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