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We create highly participatory, experiential and interactive environments.
We use activities based on non-formal education methods such as small groups discussion, individual reflection, role play, visualisation, arts, sports to engage into the discussion.

  • DIVERSITY & ANTI-DISCRIMINATION

Peer training and anti-bias methods to combat all forms of discrimination.

LEARNING OUTCOMES FOR PARTICIPANTS

  • To be aware of their personal and cultural identity
  • To recognize their own prejudices and stereotypes
  • To recognize and to confront all forms of prejudice and discrimination
  • To develop empathy, critical thinking and communication skills
  • To develop skills and strategies to create inclusive environments

Based on the ADL A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute and on the Learning for Well-Being framework developed by the Learning for Well-Being Foundation

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  • RELIGIOUS DIVERSITY & ANTI-DISCRIMINATION

Peer training and anti-bias methods addressing religious diversity and anti-discrimination.

LEARNING OUTCOMES FOR PARTICIPANTS

  • To raise their consciousness of the uniqueness of each individual’s religious and belief identity
  • To share experiences in the area of religion, belief and culture
  • To increase their understanding of the concepts and issues related to religious diversity
  • To be able to recognize contemporary manifestations of stereotyping, prejudice and discrimination related to religion and belief, with specific training activities on antisemitism and islamophobia
  • To develop an appreciation for the complexity and richness of religious and belief diversity
  • To develop individual skills, institutional and collective strategies for creating inclusive intercultural environments with youth

Based on the ADL A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute and on the award-winning  Belieforama™ programme of CEJI-A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe

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  • GENDER BASED DISCRIMINATION & HOMOPHOBIA

Peer training and anti-bias methods tackling gender based discrimination and homophobia in youth environments.

LEARNING OUTCOMES FOR PARTICIPANTS

  • To be aware of gender relations and develop a critical approach to mainstream messages from society about what it means to be a man or woman or else
  • To reflect on stereotypes and prejudices about gender and sexual identity
  • To know more about the effect of gender socialization on young people and the situation of young lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in Europe
  • To discuss what can be done to prevent gender based discrimination and homophobia
  • To be provided with activities to be used with their peers in relation to gender awareness and homophobia

Based on the ADL A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute

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  • LEARNING TO LEARN

Experiential methods cultivating the love for learning enabling participants to understand their inner diversity and to take ownership of their own learning paths.

LEARNING OUTCOMES FOR PARTICIPANTS

  • To cultivate their sense of purpose
  • To recognise their drivers and strengths
  • To explore optimal ways of learning
  • To develop strategies for organising learning individually (metacognition) in collaboration with their peers

Based on the Learning for Well-Being framework developed by the Learning for Well-Being Foundation. Process for learning to live a meaningful and healthy life, fully accessing one’s own resources of knowing, doing and being, and living in harmony with the world around us.

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