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improWISEpath 2.0

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Project "improWISEpath 2.0" was a multiply effect
of the mobility of youth workers, that was
implemented in November 2018. The project was a
respond to current challanges co-related with
social exclusion and radicalisation among youth.

Aims of the tool

It aimed to equip youth workers with social inclusion tools and methods, and to improve dealing with social radicalization issues through theatrical methods, based on drama, improvisation and pantomime tools. With additional elements, the participants worked on creating a modern portfolio of methods of counteracting radicalization, which can be disseminated among other organizations, youth workers and people working on the subject of counteracting radicalization and including young people with fewer opportunities.

Description of the tool

The project was based on three methodspantomime,
improviastion and drama.
Universal and efficient tools that are mostly based on
theatrical and non-verbal communication.
Moreover all the project was based on the
experiential learning and holistic approach


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Tool overview

This tool addresses

Social Inclusion

It is recommended for use in:

Training and Networking

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

Mateusz Górecki

in the context of

improWISEpath 2.0

The tool has been experimented in

Training Course

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Mateusz Górecki (on 27 April 2020)

and last modified

28 March 2020

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