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Game Time Booklet

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An edu-game booklet for youth workers, youth leaders, teachers and educators

Aims of the tool

Learning about the alternatives and opportunities for change.
To raise awareness about multiculturalism and human rights issue
To promote tolerance, inclusion and no-violence behaviors

Description of the tool

"Game Time" was an Erasmus+ Training Course organised by Jubuk in
Velbert (Germany), during the period 17-24.11.2018 including 32 youth
workers and team members from 10 European Countries.
The training course was connected to educational game design and game
facilitation to address social topics such as migration, inter-cultural
understanding, inter-religious dialogue, tolerance, anti-discrimination. The
training programme supported youth workers/youth leaders to get inspired
and create new games that can be used when working with youth and enrich
their own toolbox.

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Tool overview

This tool addresses

Social Inclusion, Intercultural Learning, European Citizenship, Youth Participation

It is recommended for use in:

Youth Exchanges
Training and Networking

Behind the tool

The tool was created by


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The tool was created in the context of

The booklet was created by the participants of "Game Time" project in Velbert, Germany in November,2018. The project was organized by JuBuK.

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Natalia Seriakova (on 4 February 2019)

and last modified

29 November 2018

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