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"Let's Turn Discrimination into Tolerance" E-booklet

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E-booklet that shares discrimination against minorities cases in Europe, ways to tackle it, as well as non-formal education methods and activities to teach troubled youth how to be tolerant towards others.

Aims of the tool

Spread tolerance for various minorities (sexual, gender, religious, ethnic, etc.) among European youth.

Description of the tool

Possible non-formal methods and activities for teaching tolerance to youth are described in the e-booklet. Cases of minority discrimination are included as well. The tool was made and tested during a youth exchange "Let's Turn Discrimination into Tolerance" in Kaunas, Lithuania (September, 2014).


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Tool overview

"Let's Turn Discrimination into Tolerance" E-booklet

This tool is for

European Youth

and addresses

Social Inclusion, Anti-Racism, Youth Initiatives, YOUTH in ACTION (YiA) programme, Gender issues

It is recommended for use in:

Youth Exchanges
Training and Networking

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

Asociacija "Aktyvus jaunimas"

in the context of

Asociacija "Aktyvus jaunimas"

The tool has been experimented in

"Lets Turn Discrimination into Tolerance" youth exchange

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Gediminas Kondrackis (on 7 April 2015)

and last modified

4 February 2015

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