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Simulation Exercise, Exercise, Group Building Activity

Zika’s Story

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To raise awareness; encourage people to stop discrimination, hate on the based of disability; and foster more integration and equality among people.

Aims of the tool

_Stop Discrimination,
_Raise awareness about disabled people;
_Create more safe and friendly place for everyone;
_increase tolerance;
_Make sure that for everyone Universal Declaration of Human Rights is accessible.

Description of the tool

This activity gives participant opportunity to discuss and highlight those problems which we are facing currently on legal and practical situation. How in many cases disadvantage people have not right to access proper housing, education, health and job opportunities. How rules and legal documents can't change a reality around disabled people. What else we can do and why inclusion is so important. Those are the main questions and activities main idea is also to give participants a chance to discuss in safe space, share and install new action to make HR's accessible equally for everyone.
Zika's Story you can download and read here. Attached file you can see below with a story description and debriefing questions.

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Tool overview

This tool is for

Young people, youth workers, project manager, trainers, volunteers, teachers.

and addresses

Social Inclusion, Disability, Youth Participation

It is recommended for use in:

Youth Exchanges
Meetings between young people and decision-makers

Materials needed:

Flipchart paper and markers


1 hour and 20 minute

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

Monika Bakhtadze

in the context of

The Same Level

The tool has been experimented in


The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Monika Bakhtadze (on 4 February 2019)

and last modified

20 December 2018

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