An activity for a visual and numerical evaluation. One by one the participants share their feedback on the various aspects of the training course.
An activity useful to prepare the participants for the training course evaluation, facilitating the remembrance of the principal moments of the event.
Grouped in trios participants present in a dynamic way their organisations, noting differences and similarities.
This activity takes as reference a “live” case study of an ethnic and religious conflict existing for many years and invites participants to analyse its causes, origins and consequences in the local, regional and international context.
Each minority has different cultural characteristics that enrich societies.
Through applying a questionnaire and trying folk dances the activity facilitates reflection on diverse minorities backgrounds.
By using a current location and meaningful element (as the Wall of Jerusalem) the activity allows the participants to raise awareness about geo - political facts in the EuroMed context.
Participants reflect on a minority-majority issue and work on identifying their own cultural profile, based on the 5 cultural dimensions.
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.
An “exhibition market” about the situation of minorities in different countries encourage participants to reflect and exchange about the situation of minorities in European and MEDA countries.