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to encourage critical thinking of the variety and multiplicity of human ties that exist in the current world

Description of the tool

1. Suggest to the participants to draw a map of Europe (the world or certain parts of it considering the background of the participants) and mark the countries that are represented at the event.
2. Ask the participants to draw the lines between the countries if they know about certain connections that might exist.
3. Explain that these connections are not limited to history, culture, language, tourism, family ties, etc.
4. Participants should find as many connections between certain or all countries and describe found connections on the same or a new paper in words or symbols.
5. Having done so the participants put their drawings on the Exhibition Wall and can walk and see all the drawings.
6. If some participants want to present their drawings you may give time for that.

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Tool overview

This tool is for

up to 40 people (but may be used for bigger groups under special considerations)

and addresses

YOUTH in ACTION (YiA) programme, Networking and Follow-up, Intercultural Learning, European Citizenship

Materials needed:

A4 paper, markers


40-60 min

Behind the tool

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The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Kateryna Shalayeva (on 17 May 2005)

and last modified

17 December 2008

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