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Dive into cultural diversity

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Share and understand best practice in cultural diversity projects with a special focus on implementation phase

Description of the tool

1. Participants are invited to think about their experience in international youth project, which they consider to be the best practice in terms of cultural diversity. They choose one of the pictures lying on the floor, which represents the best experience from the project. (15 min.)
2. Individually people fill in the post card of the best practice in cultural diversity projects reflecting on:
• Type of activities they there involved
• Target group and duration
• Aims and objectives
• Step by step description
• Main results and achievements
3. In the mixed groups of 4-5 people participants explain the reasons for choosing the particular picture and share their experience from a project. (45 min.)


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Tool overview

This tool is for

Up to 20 people

and addresses

Project Management, Intercultural Learning

Materials needed:

Pictures from old magazines, A3 paper, glue, thin markers, crayons


1 hour

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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