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Demo young handbook

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This tool was made during the Demo Young project. The goals of the project were to teach young people about democracy, local community politics, self-activation, EU policies and politics in general. included a humanitarian action and practical work.

Aims of the tool

The booklet was made for the purpose of dissemination of the project results. It enables an individual or a group to recreate the the activities carried out during the project if they have a desire to that.

Description of the tool

Demo Young project booklet is a book made during the project. All of the participants were involved in the making of it. All parts of the project are described in detail in the booklet. Anyone can use it to recreate certain activities. It offers summary of the project, description of the project partners, workshops, local community activities, evaluations, energizers, social research and youthpass.

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Tool overview

Demo young handbook

This tool is for


and addresses

Youth Democracy projects

It is recommended for use in:

Youth Exchanges

Materials needed:


Behind the tool

The tool was created by

OIP Posejdon

in the context of

Project Demo Young

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Igor Spetic (on 3 February 2017)

and last modified

29 November 2016

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