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Interactive working methods: Think twice online

Topic: No Hate speech Material: Presentation video, cardboards, flip chart papers, coloured markers, post-its, a laptop 1) INTRODUCTION Since No Hate Speech is a leading institute in fighting against violence, it was found that this leading institute is no present in many countries, and it is not well-known to everyone.[…]

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Intercultural learning: What is intercultural and What is learning

According to Wikipedia Intercultural learning is an area of research, study and application of knowledge about different cultures, their differences and similarities. On the one hand, it includes a theoretical and academic approach (see e.g. “Developmental Model of Intercultural Sensitivity (DMIS)” by Milton Bennett, Dimensions of Culture by Geert Hofstede). On the other[…]

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Something more about the non-formal learning – the foundation of youth work

Youth work often has a strong educational purpose or dimension. Typically, the education or learning that takes place in youth work is ‘non-formal’ – not ‘formal’ and not ‘informal’. Youth work and non-formal learning have many characteristics in common. Nevertheless, they are not the same. Formal learning Learning typically provided by[…]

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Media Games / Youth work

How to use media manipulation to your own advantage Description of the tool The group is divided into two subgroups, interviewers and interviewees, and are separated. One trainer stays with the group of interviewees and assigns random roles and professions . A second trainer will stay with the interviewers and[…]

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Field games

It is actually a kiss war: Preferably on soft surface: grass. Everyone sitting in a circle (the sitting part is essential because it makes the game more difficult and fun). Girls a number whispered in their ear and boys get letters. One participant is sitting in the middle saying out[…]

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Ice-breaking games

Participants profile: Each participant takes randomly one piece of paper with the picture of one participant and ten questions. They have to identify the person on the sheet and ask him/her the questions in ten minutes. The ring goes of and they have to switch to who has them on[…]

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Name Games

The curtain is falling: The participants are divided in two groups. Two facilitators hang a curtain/sheet that separates both groups. Each decides who should stand in front of the curtain from their side. When one person from each group stands in each side (they shouldn’t be able to see each[…]

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