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Simulation Exercise, Energiser, Manual, Ice-breaker, Group Building Activity, Name Game/Get to know each other

From the Bin to the Gallery - Artistic Up - cycling

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Dry waste management, Art, Up - cycling, Working with children and teenagers, a non formal educational tool to use for projects, workshops and events.

Aims of the tool

The Aim of the tool is to help whoever wants to reproduce, improve and use it as to raise awareness on environmental issues, overconsumption, compound Europe force, working with groups dynamics or use the structure as to make a new project.

Description of the tool

This toolkit is an 18 page guide with educational methods based on an Artistic up - cycling project. There are games grouped according to educational method (Ice breaking/ Pedagogical)or in themes (Social and European Identity/ Material Properties).
Descriptions, uses and purposes molds the final outcome.


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Tool overview

This tool addresses

Youth Initiatives, YOUTH in ACTION (YiA) programme, Intercultural Learning, European Citizenship

It is recommended for use in:

Youth Exchanges
Transnational Youth Initiatives

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

Youthfully Yours Gr

The tool has been experimented in

Youth Exchange

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Agatha Mingou (on 17 October 2014)

and last modified

19 August 2014

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