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To know each other
To know the groups / organisations
To have a view on values & motivations of participants to act

Description of the tool

You need 2 spaces (a big room divided in 2 is ok) : a thinking space and a social space.
1 - First of all, everyone is in the thinking space and take the time they need to answer to the following questions on one A4 paper:
. What is the name of your group/organisation? Main aims?
. Why are you member of this group/organisation and not of another one?
. What is your role in the organisation?
. Give examples of 2 projects representing the values of your group/organisation

2 - Then they stick the paper on them and go to the social space. The idea is that they try to discover and discuss with a maximum of participants, trying to find similarities and differences (in term of activities, values…)
3 - At the end, they stick their presentation on the wall, that will stay till the end as a permanent exhibition

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Tool overview

http://toolbox.salto-youth.net/436

This tool is for

all

and addresses

Group Dynamics

Materials needed:

A4 paper

Duration:

1h30

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

Unknown.

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The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Denis Morel (on 27 September 2005)

and last modified

17 December 2008

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