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Madzinga! Intercultural learning through outdoor experiential learning

The training activity took place
in Lustin Belgium, Samukas Lithuania
organised by Outward Bound Belgium, Bespoke Projects, Lithuania
August 2002, May 2003

Aims & objectives

To bring the concepts of experiential learning and intercultural learning together within an outdoor context.
To bring research and practice together in order to create a valid publication at the end.

Target group & international/intercultural composition of the group & team

Participants and team drawn from 6 different countries.

Training methods used & main activities

Target: youth workers wanting to combine intercultural learning with experiential learning in their (inter)national projects.

Outcomes of the activity

Participants devised their own learning paths and the trainers facilitated this process, enabling them to come out the other end with a full grasp of experiential learning especially in outdoor contexts.

The publication has been used in countless trainings since:

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

Team member and co-reporter.
Publication written with Professor Howard Williamson available here:

I worked on this training for 22 days as a full time trainer.

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