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Difference Likeness Hybrid Identity: Tool Kit

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Tool Kit with step by step descriptions on excercises aiming at promoting intercultural dialogueTool Kit with step by step descriptions on excercises aiming at promoting intercultural dialogue

Aims of the tool

To foster intercultural dialogue, prevent discrimination and to make young people more aware of other cultures

Description of the tool

The summary includes tools that were developed by youth workers and young leaders who participated in "Difference, Likeness and Hybrid Identity" Erasmus + training course that was implemented in Georgia in 2018. It contains different activities and exercises aiming at preventing discrimination and fostering dialogue between youngsters with diverse cultural background that are descriped in a simple step by step form and can serve as a basis for organizing non-formal educational activities and projects addressed to young people at risk of exclusion.


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Tool overview

This tool is for

youth workers and activists, techers working with young people at risk

and addresses

Social Inclusion, Anti-Racism, Intercultural Learning

It is recommended for use in:

Training and Networking

Behind the tool

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The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Kasia Kowalska (on 11 August 2019)

and last modified

25 January 2019

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