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Let's Include Each Other - a case study

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This report is created to show the interested trainers, coaches, facilitators what this unique journey of young people from Israel, Germany and Hungary brought. It is there to reflect upon, learnt from and to be improved in similar projects in the future.

Aims of the tool

To picture the "Let's Include Each Other" project in a way that future project managers, trainers, facilitators and NGO workers can learn from it.
The project had a beautiful idea and brought a lot to its participants, on the other hand, it was a very difficult one to manage. This makes it a perfect project to learn from and to improve it in the future by other organisations.

Description of the tool

A group of young people from Israel, Germany and Hungary explored how different identities are shaped by language, history, culture and social structures. While these aspects of our identities often separate us, we explored ways to use our own language, culture, and history as tools leading to empowerment and inclusion. The group journeyed together to different communities, exploring language, culture and history by meeting with elders and experiencing youth communities.
How did this journey go?
Well, it was challenging in a lot of ways...
Some of the questions from the case study:
• Seeing the nature of the project and cooperation needed to carry it out, which points would discuss with the project partners upfront?
• What would be the most important skills, knowledge and personality of the trainers and facilitators? Write a call for trainers!
• How would you solve the problem of lack of English knowledge among the participants while having no resources to pay a professional translator?
Of course feel free to add more questions according to the topic of your TC or seminar.

Our suggestion is to divide your participants to groups of 3-4 so that they can discuss their answers elaborately.
The presentation of their answers to the bigger group can be done by simply talking, creating a theatre piece, a poster, a combination of all or other creative methods.
This project was supported by Erasmus+ and by EVZ (see full references in the attached case study document).


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Tool overview

Let's Include Each Other - a case study

This tool is for

trainers facilitators NGO workers grant writers

and addresses

Social Inclusion, EuroMed, YOUTH in ACTION (YiA) programme, Intercultural Learning, European Citizenship

It is recommended for use in:

Training and Networking
Strategic Partnerships

Materials needed:

Projector or printer to have enough handouts
Paper and pen to write down the answers to the questions
Flipchart, markers


Depending on the depth of the discussion, from 45 to 120 minutes.

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

Eszter Korányi, Veronika Szabó

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Eszter Koranyi (on 29 December 2019)

and last modified

14 November 2019

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