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Presentation, Manual

Direction Intercultural Facilitation

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The publication reflects on intercultural facilitation, allowing to thoroughly understand the specifics and significance of facilitation, its directions, approach and the complexity of the intercultural environment,

Aims of the tool

Development the quality of youth work focusing on inclusion youth with fewer opportunities and migrants through increasing synergy of non-formal and formal education system.

increasing the synergy between non-formal and formal education systems through creation, implementation and
evaluation of the innovative activities for empowering youth with fewer opportunities and migrants

Developing competences of youth educators in creating and reframing activities based on formal education curriculum using non-formal methodology

Promoting the social inclusion, tolerances, solidarity among youth through human rights education

Description of the tool

The publication created during the LTTC project "Direction Intercultural Facilitation", coordinated by Fundacja Młodzi dla Europy under funding of the Erasmus+ programme. The publication consists the main, generic information and materials about intercultural facilitation, debriefing, feedback, organisation and planning of self workshops. Moreover consists examples of participants' workshops, which are ready to use and implement within international and/or local environment.

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Tool overview

This tool is for

Youth, youth workers, educators, teachers

and addresses

YOUTH in ACTION (YiA) programme, Project Management, Intercultural Learning, Peer education, Youth Participation

It is recommended for use in:

Youth Exchanges
Training and Networking

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

Mateusz Górecki

The tool has been experimented in

LTTC Direction Intercultural Facilitation

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Mateusz Górecki (on 20 February 2022)

and last modified

20 November 2021

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