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Time for Tea Youthworkers Resource Pack

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This is a resource pack for youth workers who want to use the Time for Tea method of facilitating dialogue between youth people and the decision-makers.

Aims of the tool

We aim to provide is a set of resources that can be used straight "out of the box", including: - Activity templates - Resource lists - Information on Sustainable Development Goals as a guide for discussions - Links to websites and online resources, films etc. - Tips and case studies from other groups on how to create a successful project - Contact details for where to find further support

Description of the tool

It is intended to provide everything needed to start and implement a successful Time for Tea activity with a minimum of extra effort. We know that it is often the case that however motivated youthworkers may be, they can be put off taking on a new activity simply because of the demands of the day to day curriculum.


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Tool overview

This tool is for

Youthworkers, Teachers

and addresses

Youth Participation

It is recommended for use in:

Meetings between young people and decision-makers

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

Regionalne Centrum Wolontariatu in Kielce, Poland

in the context of

Time for Tea KA@Project

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Michal Braun (on 8 September 2022)

and last modified

28 February 2022

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