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Group Building Activity

Culture at a glance

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Share and discover cultural diversity within the group and in the life of young people across Europe

Description of the tool

1. Participants are given instruction to prepare for the international photo session. They are asked to prepare:
• Country table, which has typical food, drinks, sweats and everything else what people brought with them.
• Visual exhibition of cultural diversity in the life of young people across Europe
• Poster of organisation, which explains how cultural diversity is approached within the organisation and projects.
2. In culturally mixed groups of 4-5 people participants are given a situation from life (e.g. going camping, using public transport, visiting official institution, other). They share in small groups what does it mean in their culture and based on the sharing they perform 2 min. sketch to the rest the people in the group. During the sketch pictures are taken.
3. Informal part of the evening starts by opening the photo exhibition followed by exploring cultures of participating people.


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Tool overview

This tool is for

Up to 20 people

and addresses

Group Dynamics, Intercultural Learning

Materials needed:

Decoration material, 2 lamps, digital camera


45 min. preparation, 1 hour programme

Behind the tool

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The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Nerijus Kriauciunas (on 21 May 2007)

and last modified

17 December 2008

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