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  • Activation date: after 1 January 2003 and before 31 December 2023
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  • Exercise, Ice-breaker, Name Game/Get to know each other

    Name exercises

    At the beginning of the course, it is necessary to start to know each other starting by the names. To get to know the names of all participants.

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    Social Inclusion, Disability, Anti-Racism, EuroMed, Group Dynamics, Youth Initiatives, Voluntary Service, YOUTH in ACTION (YiA) programme, Project Management, Networking and Follow-up, Intercultural Learning, Personal Development, Conflict Management, Organisational Management, European Citizenship, South-East Europe, Peer education, Gender issues, Eastern Europe and Caucasus, Evaluation, Youth Democracy projects, Youth Participation

  • Exercise, Presentation

    Introduction to the course

    To help participants to know what they are going to do during the training and to discover their motivations, expectations and experience in the youth field and in the Euromed programme. To introduce the programme of the week To present the methodology of SALTO and when defining the programme /TAPE To get to know participants’ experience, expectations and fears Self reflection on the hopes and fears on the programme Participants’ interest on the different topics Knowing about the activities of the week

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    Social Inclusion, Disability, Anti-Racism, EuroMed, Group Dynamics, Youth Initiatives, Voluntary Service, YOUTH in ACTION (YiA) programme, Project Management, Networking and Follow-up, Intercultural Learning, Personal Development, Conflict Management, Organisational Management, European Citizenship, South-East Europe, Peer education, Gender issues, Eastern Europe and Caucasus, Evaluation, Youth Democracy projects, Youth Participation

  • Simulation Exercise, Exercise

    The wishing tree and scarecrow

    To allow participants to review their expectations related to the training course in terms of hopes and fears in a nice and creative way; To provide space to participants to reflect upon their expectations/possible contributions/fears regarding the training course and share those with the others; To create a common ground among participants; For the team to check if the expectations of participants go hand in hand with the planned programme and to make the necessary adjustments; To check at the end of the week if the expectations have been fulfilled and the learning needs achieved;

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    Social Inclusion, Disability, Anti-Racism, EuroMed, Group Dynamics, Youth Initiatives, Voluntary Service, YOUTH in ACTION (YiA) programme, Project Management, Networking and Follow-up, Intercultural Learning, Personal Development, Conflict Management, Organisational Management, European Citizenship, South-East Europe, Peer education, Gender issues, Eastern Europe and Caucasus, Evaluation, Youth Democracy projects, Youth Participation

  • Simulation Exercise, Exercise, Group Building Activity

    Learning contract

    To clarify what are the “rules” and what are the “values”; To raise awareness of the importance of languages in a multicultural environment; To underline the fact that different terms come from in different languages and are used with different accents; To enhance the understanding of working in multicultural teams; To create a safe learning environment; To facilitate participants' communication on different levels; To work actively together as a group; To discuss about importance of group and group learning; To create a learning and working contract within the group;

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    Social Inclusion, Disability, Anti-Racism, EuroMed, Group Dynamics, Project Management, Networking and Follow-up, Intercultural Learning, Personal Development, Conflict Management, Organisational Management, European Citizenship, South-East Europe, Peer education, Gender issues, Eastern Europe and Caucasus, Evaluation

  • Exercise, Group Building Activity

    Identify your cultural profile

    To provide participants instruments to identify their own cultural profile, based on the 5 cultural dimensions; To help participants to identify own prejudices and think of a way to deal with them; To help participants to identify differences between themselves and their own minority group;

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    Social Inclusion, Anti-Racism, Intercultural Learning, Evaluation

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    Recall of the training course

    To refresh people’s minds about what they have done during the training course and take some distance for the environment in which they lived for one week. To prepare participants for the final evaluation of the training course.

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    Evaluation

  • Exercise

    Dart board of evaluation

    To evaluate the feelings of the participants regarding different elements and horizontal dimensions of the training course. To receive a feed-back on different parts of the course; To identify what was working well and not so well

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    Evaluation

  • Energiser

    Last words (follow-up to Individual questionnaire)

    To evaluate the week and get an overview of the opinions of the entire group To let participants speak about the training seminar in general; To know about participants’ impressions and near future plans; To close the evaluation as a group

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    Evaluation

  • Exercise

    FRANKENSTEIN - Reflection on Learning

    To let the participants analyse their learning path on a daily basis every day of the project

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    Personal Development, Evaluation, Youth Participation

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    Picasso

    To let the participants analyse their learning path on a daily basis every day of the project

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    Personal Development, Peer education, Evaluation

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