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Tool helps to recognize how young people implement their tasks and how NGO can support them.

Aims of the tool

- Understanding how our organization support young people
- Define areas which can be improved

Description of the tool

1. Think about task young people need to fulfill and which are related with area of your interest: healthy lifestyle, education, citizens right, youth participation
2. To make it easier: first you can write down very general tasks and then make them more specific.
3. Write down task in a line and split with vertical line. You can make small drawing next to most important issues.
4. In next line write how your organization supports youth in implementing their tasks
5. Treat this material as a starting point to discussion: Is your support satisfying, are there any important for young people task you don’t support in any way?

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Tool overview

This tool is for

Youth workers

and addresses

Youth Initiatives, Project Management, Youth Participation

It is recommended for use in:

Training and Networking
Capacity Building

Behind the tool

The tool was created by


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The tool has been experimented in

Tool was used during TC 'Design Your Thinking’ which was financed by Erasmus Plus Program

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Stowarzyszenie Kreatywnej Edukacji (on 16 October 2015)

and last modified

11 October 2015

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