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Group ressources and needed support

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To have an overview about competences of the group
To use resources/ experiences/ competences of the participants to learn from each other
To establish connections between people having common interests for peer support in the future (after the course)

Description of the tool

1/ The session start with a short input on “Sharing tasks in a network” (see below)
2/ The they go in their project group, trying to define 2 lists of elements :
- Resources that they already have
- Resources that they would need to realise their projects

They write each on small papers
3/ Wall of resources : then each group presents its results ad stick their paper on the wall (papers are bricks o the wall)
4/ Connecting and bridging: we give time to the participants to have a look on the wall and go to talk with others, clarifying…
Then they can use 2 colours of post :
- One colour where they write their name if they believe that they can help, support a group that has a need
- Another colour to ask to a group that has certain resources to help, support them.
5/ Conclusion and reminding to the group that it is up to them in the next future to make this support system alive.


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Tool overview

This tool is for


and addresses

Networking and Follow-up

Materials needed:

Tables, papers…



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The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Denis Morel (on 7 October 2005)

and last modified

17 December 2008

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