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  • Activation date: before 25 May 2020
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  • Simulation Exercise, Group Building Activity

    HELP! – a break out game about inclusion

    A break out game with the theme of anti¬-bullying where the participants collect clues and learn about children’s rights to help a boy in need.

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  • Exercise

    Complete the children's rights puzzle

    A six-part puzzle completed by participants by winning the missing pieces through 6 different game activities.

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    Social Inclusion, Anti-Racism

  • Group Building Activity

    NODRAMALAND - The crimes of the discrimination Llama (break-out game)

    Welcome to the beautiful island of M13! It is a marvelous island with incredible beaches and forests full of delicious fruits. But the power in the island was seized by the terrible dictator – The Discrimination Llama!

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    Social Inclusion, Anti-Racism

  • Manual

    improWISEpath 2.0

    Project "improWISEpath 2.0" was a multiply effect of the mobility of youth workers, that was implemented in November 2018. The project was a respond to current challanges co-related with social exclusion and radicalisation among youth.

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    Social Inclusion

  • Manual

    Systemic Approach to Incusive Learning

    Booklet 'Systemic Approach to Inclusive Learning' was created as a result of the project 'Yes. Please. Thank you.' It gives insights into how to implement systemic approach to create an inclusive learning environment in which different cultures meet.

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    Social Inclusion, Intercultural Learning, Personal Development

  • Presentation

    Home is where I am - Online Course.

    This online course is part of a set of media that will allow any youth organisation to adopt (PR)IDE to support the target group of young migrants and prevent radicalisation.

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    Social Inclusion, Group Dynamics, Networking and Follow-up, Intercultural Learning, Personal Development

  • Video

    Employability Skills - video tutorials

    Video Tutorials on employability skills are designed to support youth workers to understand concepts and give them some tips how to work those skills with young people.

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  • Manual

    YOUTH AS LEADERS OF CHANGE. How to involve young citizens in anti-discrimination initiatives - A methodological approach for NGOs and public bodies (handbook) // TACKLE DISCRIMINATION BY EMPOWERING YOUTH - A Collection of Good Practices (toolkit)

    The YARD – Youth-lead Actions Rejecting Discriminations project promotes new practices and approaches to support anti-discriminations activities of young people. Tools presented: the Handbook and the Toolkit.

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    Social Inclusion, Disability, Anti-Racism, Youth Initiatives

  • Manual

    Home is where I am - support migrants to make the most of their adventure

    This tool is a collection of best Practice examples from other youth organisationstions about the building of resilience in times of change and the prevention of radicalisation. The approach focuses on learning about and developing identity.

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  • Manual

    Identity is the key – Sharing the Experience of Change with Confidence

    “Identity is the key – Sharing the Experience of Change with Confidence” is the essence of what is important to enhance youth workers working attitude, it is directed to youth workers who work with diverse groups.

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    Social Inclusion, Intercultural Learning, Personal Development, Peer education

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