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Barometer - Prejudices

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Disscussion on prejudices; better understanding of the concept; selfawereness

Description of the tool

We’ll do barometer game. If you go to the right-hand corner it means “I agree”, if you go to the left one it means “I disagree”. As you see there is no middle point (I’m not sure), so try to decide and stand where you more belong.
When you choose I will ask few of you to give arguments/reasons why staying there. There will be no discussion and no comments – just listen what people are teling about.
1. There are some useful prejudices
2. I have my right to have prejudices
3. I do not have prejudices
4. Prejudice always lead to discrimination


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Tool overview

This tool is for

10-15 people, or 20 - 30 people (divided in small groups of 8 - 10 people)

and addresses

Anti-Racism, Intercultural Learning

Materials needed:

flipchart, pen


45 min

Behind the tool

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The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Marija Farmer (on 13 September 2003)

and last modified

17 December 2008

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