Toolbox — For Training and Youth Work

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  • Background Text, Manual

    Training Kit on Training Essentials (T-Kit Series)

    To provide youth trainers working in intercultural settings with some tools, reflections and concepts to better plan, run and evaluate training activities.

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    Group Dynamics, Project Management, Intercultural Learning, Personal Development

  • Exercise

    Reflection Groups

    Get feedback on the activities and the group for the team, let participants share their feelings and learn from each others experience, deepen relations in the group.

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    Group Dynamics, Project Management

  • Exercise, Presentation

    Matches presentation of organisations

    To present essential information of their organisation To keep presentations short and funny

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    Group Dynamics

  • Energiser, Name Game/Get to know each other

    Alphabetical chairs

    To break the ice and to get to know the names of participants at the beginning of a training course

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    Group Dynamics

  • Exercise, Ice-breaker

    Lemons

    This is an icebreaker which introduces the idea of individual differences. It can be used at the start of a session around stereotyping, differences and equality of opportunities

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    Social Inclusion, Anti-Racism, Intercultural Learning

  • Simulation Exercise, Exercise, Group Building Activity

    Whom would you like to live with?

    An exercise to show the power of predjudices and to start discussing implicit values and preferences in a group and come to a common conclusion.

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    Social Inclusion, Anti-Racism, Group Dynamics, Intercultural Learning, Personal Development

  • Exercise, Presentation

    Organisation Fair

    1. To get to know the different approaches and organizations working on the field 2. To provide the space for sharing of information and to visualize the opportunity for project development and networking space for future co-operation.

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    Networking and Follow-up, Organisational Management

  • Exercise, Ice-breaker, Name Game/Get to know each other

    Map of Europe

    To find out from which countries and towns do the participants come from and at the same time to give them a chance to say their name in front of the whole group

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    Group Dynamics

  • Exercise, Presentation

    How to plan a project (logical framework aproach)

    Session outline about project planning, including a Power Point presentation. Allow participant to develop their project planning skills.

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    Project Management

  • Simulation Exercise

    In somebody's shoes

    This video (see the link below) introduces is a variation of a well known tool of role-play used to encourage discussion on an "uncomfortable" subject and to provoke the discussion on tolerance and understanding.

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    Social Inclusion, Conflict Management

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