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Youth programme presentation

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Giving an overview on the YOUTH programme

Description of the tool

You build groups of 5 / 6 persons. You install the room in order to have a different starting point / stations for each group. On each station there are 4 evelopes with a number from 1 to 4.
Then different steps need to be followed:
1/ Every group open the first envelope and have 5 min to answer to the following question : What’s the YOUTH programme for ? Why does it exist ?
2/ After 5 min, every group move to the next station (clock order) and open the second envelope : Who can use the YOUTH programme ?
3/ Same process for the 3rd question : What activities can be organised under the YOUTH programme ?
4/ Same process for the 4th question : What is the age criteria to participate in the YOUTH programme ?
5/ Plenary feedback. Collecting the answers + clarifications.
6/ At the end, presentation of the movie ‘Sky over Europe’ (Polish National Agency of the YOUTH programme)


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Tool overview

This tool is for


and addresses

YOUTH in ACTION (YiA) programme

Materials needed:

Envelopes / Paper



Behind the tool

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The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Denis Morel (on 27 September 2005)

and last modified

17 December 2008

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