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“Who Am I?” tool

Activity 1 – Mind Mapping Give each of participant several sheets of paper and a pen and have them write “Who am I?” in the center of each of the pages. Get them to do a series of mind maps where they write down who they perceive themselves to be in various areas of life. Spend a few minutes on each of the following mind map topics: Relationships – List all the different relationship roles that they have, such as…

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“Welcome to My Village!” tool

Welcome to My Village!!!! Aims of the tool to bring reflection about intercultural competences to make participants aware how quick assimilation gets in stead of integration  to open discussion about cultures, values and symbols… Description of the tool Group is divided in 4 groups, each on a table with 5 kg of clay. The whole activity should be silent, no verbal or written communication. Each table receives the instructions and starts to build. When the villages are ready, you facilitate…

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“Today I Choose….” tool

Today I Choose…. Everything we do in life is a choice. Every choice has a consequence. The consequence can be positive or negative. Young people often find it more difficult to think about the ramifications of their decisions. The pressures and uncertainties during times of trouble can lead to poor choices. This activity focuses on the importance of thinking through and planning to help promote healthy decision making. Materials A copy of the My Life is a Choice handout for…

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“The Masks We Wear” tool

People often compare themselves to others. They also wear different masks or put on different faces, depending in the particular norms of the social situation they are in. Masks provide a comforting way for them to hide their true selves and fit in and they serve as a protective barrier to avoid getting hurt. Teenagers, in particular, often go through tumultuous times and experience a roller coast of emotions, leaving them more vulnerable to loss of identity. This activity allows…

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Identity Circles

Identity Circles / Value Circles Identity Circles (also known as Identity Cards or Value Circles) is a deeper get-to-know-you game, during which you will have an opportunity to discuss with many friends the values that make up your identity and how you prioritize them in your life. For this activity, you will be paired up with several different people, the number depending on how many people are in your group. The activity works best in even numbers, as pairing requires.…

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Youth Club in Stereotypes, based on role play

On 3rd March, Laura and Victoria held a Youth Club lecture on discrimination for Moldovan ten-graders. The topic was chosen to not only inform people about discrimination itself, but also to show them the importance of getting active when it comes to building a more inclusive society and to pursue European values. In order to make the participants aware of discrimination based on different unalterable characteristics the facilitators had prepared a role play. The students were given a person’s description…

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Alina, Irena and Gabriel running an Youth Club on Stereotypes

On 25th February Irena, Alina and Gabriel held a Youthclub session about stereotypes with the focus on gender. The target group were young Moldovans between 15 and 25 who were interested in European values and intercultural education. The main goal of the session was to make existing gender stereotypes visible in order to discuss them, to promote gender equality and to raise their awareness of how it’s possible to create an inclusive society. In mixed groups of five, the participants…

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