Using images to understand how stereotypes and prejudices about people, foreigners or minorities are functioning.
Prepares participants for the dynamics within the specific group of the event to work actively together and co-operate.Helps them explore individual and group perspectives through a serie of dynamic tasks.
Working in a multicultural environment can be a real challenge! It is important to establish a learning and working contract within the group. Having a common set of "rules" and "values" mutually understood creates a safe learning environment.
Provides space for participants to reflect upon their expectations/possible contributions/fears regarding the training course and share those with the others in an introspective way.
To help participants to know what they are going to do during the training and to discover their motivations, expectations and experience in the youth field and in the EuroMed programme.
The well-being of a human society depends both on the environment and on the relations between its members. This tool supports participants in finding out in which way and what could be the impact of intercultural learning.
Some guidelines questions to make people work on some tales and legends from their respective country with further work on ICL (Intercultural learning).
In a context of intercultural dialogue, the participants will express stereotypes and prejudices upon other’s countries and upon their own country, getting to know different points of view and discussing some theoretical intercultural models.
This exercise has been chosen because it doesn't refer to any scheme known by participants, as it obliges us to take distance (till the moon!) and so to concentrate on decision making within an international multicultural team.
Intercultural learning should be inherent in all international projects, in order to maximize the learning opportunities of the participants. This activity favours participants'reflection about the perception of themselves, the others, their environment.