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Group Building Activity

Intercultural evening flipchart

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To provide a space for participants to present local products
To collect stereotypes created by different countries and cultures
To socialise, have fun, get to know each other more

Description of the tool

Participants are asked to prepare a stand to “give a taste” of their culture to other participants, including food, drinks, and other elements like music, dances, map…
The evening starts with a short presentation of every stands and then open buffet.
A flipcharts per country can be stuck on the wall in order to write all kind of images / stereotypes we have about the people of the countries represented in the training. Participants can fill in the flipcharts during all the evening. The information on the flipcharts is used to prepare the session on values and culture: what is culture, connection between values and culture etc (see above).

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Tool overview

http://toolbox.salto-youth.net/446

This tool is for

all

and addresses

Intercultural Learning

Materials needed:

Participants are asked to bring local /national food and drinks, clothes and any other object to present their country.
Tables, plates, knife, glasses, music, stereo…

Duration:

all evening

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

Unknown.

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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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