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Exercise, Presentation

Organisation Fair

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1. To get to know the different approaches and organizations working on the field
2. To provide the space for sharing of information and to visualize the opportunity for project development and networking space for future co-operation.

Description of the tool

Give basic information in order to obtain structured posters without missing relevant information: name, organisation name, aims and objectives, country, target group, main activities,…

Division of participants in three groups and three sections of the room

The whole groups visits to each section with an allocated time (about 15 mins), the participants of the section visited stay in front of their poster to give further explanations, the rest of the group visits freely this space
After 15 min moving to the next section

The Information Posters should be displayed in a visible place for the rest of the week, in order to obtain further information or establish future cooperation.


  • In SALTO TC Inclusion Through Sports 2004 we did Organisation Fair in the same way. The group was devided in two parts. Each subgroup had 30 min for presentation of the organisations.
    Be aware that participants are always complaining about the time and possibility to see presentations of all organisations. This way of presenting organisations is a compromise, therefore it is very important that posters stay in a visible place for the rest of the week.

    Zilvinas Gailius , 10 July 2004 12:39:23
  • In SALTO TC Inclusion Through Sports 2004 the group was devided in two subgroups. Each subgroup had 30 min for presentation. The structure of presentations was:
    - Your name
    - Name of the organisation
    - Your role in the organisation
    - Structure of the organisation (members, professional workers, volunteers?)
    - Aims of the organisation (key words)
    - Activities of the organisation (key words)

    Zilvinas Gailius , 7 October 2004 11:52:40
  • This exercise is used a lot and can be very well adapted. For the SALTO TC on Cultural Diversity 2004, the organisation fair was complemented by distribution of templates for participants writing and article for the DIVERSITY newspaper (see toolbox description) or for proposing topics to be discussed during the \"Issue cafes\" or other social informal events that take place in the evenings. In the TC Cultural Diversity participants were asked to think about the latest news related to cultural diversity in the country they are coming from, to way(s) of managing it etc. These templates can be filed and put on the tables from the social area, so that participants can flip through along the course.

    Elizabeth Kasa , 19 October 2004 10:57:31

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Tool overview

This tool is for


and addresses

Networking and Follow-up, Organisational Management

Materials needed:

Flip Chart, and everything needed from participants
Space for displaying the posters for the whole week


30' each subgroup

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The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Xavier Baró Urbea (on 13 September 2003)

and last modified

17 December 2008

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