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Part 5 - Modules


Street Interviews on Peace!

MAIN THEMESEuroMed, Diversity and minorities, Religion, Stereotypes.
DURATION1/2 day to 1 day .
AIMS AND OBJECTIVESTo discuss with young people what peace and inter-cultural dialogue is.
To get other young people's perspectives about peace.
To engage youth in thinking about their role in building peaceful societies.
  
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF ACTIVITIES OR SERVICESPreparation:
-Divide the participants into small teams of 3 or 4.
- Ask the participants to bring cameras and camcorders to record the interviews and make a short video or think of creative ways of reporting back to the group.
- Ask the teams to walk around the community asking young people what peace means to them, and how a Culture of Peace can be achieved.

Questions:
    - What does peace mean to you?
    - How can we achieve a Culture of Peace?
    - What is the role of young people in building peace?

This activity can either be used at the start of a training course as a teambuilding exercise, or during events, campaigns and commemorative days (International Day of Youth, International Day of Peace etc).
  
HUMAN RESOURCES 2-6 people.
MATERIALSBlack board/ white board, chalk, camera, video camera, etc.
METHODOLOGY USEDInformal learning.