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Simulation Exercise, Manual

Peace factory

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Publication that was created during the project "Peace Factory" realized in Poronin between 4th and 13th of September 2017 by Fundacja Młodzi dla Europy thanks to Erasmus+ programme support

Aims of the tool

-Self development
-Conflict resolution
-Equipping youth workers and leaders with different tools related to meditation, yoga and stress management

Description of the tool

The tool aims to equip youth workers and leaders with competences, skills and attitudes related to stress and conflict management and self development

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SALTO cannot be held responsible for the inappropriate use of these training tools. Always adapt training tools to your aims, context, target group and to your own skills! These tools have been used in a variety of formats and situations. Please notify SALTO should you know about the origin of or copyright on this tool.

Tool overview

http://toolbox.salto-youth.net/2135

This tool is for

-Youth workers -Leaders -Youth

and addresses

Personal Development, Conflict Management

It is recommended for use in:

Training and Networking
Transnational Youth Initiatives

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

Aleksandra Knapik Mateusz Górecki

in the context of

"Peace factory" project implemented by Fundacja Młodzi dla Europy between 4th and 13th of September 2017, thanks to Erasmus+ programme support

The tool has been experimented in

Training course, simulation with youth

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Mateusz Górecki (on 22 October 2017)

and last modified

19 October 2017

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