the MOST VISITED tools
This report is focused on Democracy in the EuroMed context, a clear overview of the situation in this framework during the beginning of the XXI Century, but linking it with past events of the recent history of the region.
Language is as a tool for students and teachers to explore their assumptions in gender issues and should be used in a classroom setting to create awareness in how cultural and global gender behavior codes are formed through language. .
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.
The ADDIE model is a framework, which represents a guideline for building effective training and performance support tools in five phases (Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, Evaluation) that are tailor-made to the group's needs.
Through debates and sketches (role-plays) participants reflect on gender issues and try to find possible solutions and useful approaches to deal with them.
Participants reflect and discuss about why and how sports can be used as a means to empower women.
This activity offers to the participants a neutral space to speak about prejudices and stereotypes they have about minorities in Meda countries, specifically in Lebanon.
A tool to better understand the cultural frame in the EuroMed context and to promote team building.
A tool to discover the history and values of the Three Cultures and of the concept of secularism through the use of visual arts.
By introducing several humorist situations awareness can be raised about how the stereotypes and the previous education deeply influence our current perception of reality.
An Educational Tool that could be used during the international activities for better develop and support the mutual understanding and deepest refection about interlinks among cultures and civilizations.
These exercises allow young people interested in participating in EU financed programmes for youth to become aware about the key factors for designing successful projects in this framework.
A report about a series of Training Courses for national training courses for youth workers who are already involved in the Euro-Med Youth Program.
Participants explore how media can be a powerful tool for empowering women by realizing a media product aiming to change the role and image of women in EuroMed.
The calendar is based on one culture, mainly on religious issues, which cannot represent all the minorities from the territory of one country. Participants create an intercultural inter-religious calendar, considering various minorities and cultures.
A report about the meaning of the common memories of the people living in the EuroMed context, as well as the importance of the common heritage shared by the countries of this region, not only among them, but with the European countries too.
A simulation game about ICL (Intercultural Learning) and project management.
A tool to prepare adequately EVS projects taking in consideration the context of EuroMed countries and the particularities of the EVS in such conditions.
The "EVS learning notebook", is a tool that support the reflection of the learning process of the volunteers that participate in the EVS.
This tool is also the way to introduce the Notebook, and "learning" as crucial part of the EVS.
The participants divided into parties make a research on different issues and how people relate to them. The research shall bring to the realization of an election campaign, aimed to exercise active citizenship.
A report about a Training Cycle on Education and Civilization developed in three different countries (Morocco, Egypt, Italy) and its importance and consequences in the EuroMed context.
A tool for taking a new look at people and things, our surroundings and the rules we
live by. There is always a need to find the truth and a desire (inevitably disappointed )
not to forget anything.
A tool to raise awareness on extremely relevant issues related to the historical context of the great civilizations.
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.
Participants reflect on a minority-majority issue and work on identifying their own cultural profile, based on the 5 cultural dimensions.