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Which skills do I need?

Name of the activity: Which skills do I need? Duration: 20 minutes Preferred location: outdoor, better in an open space (like a volleyball field). Working method: self-reflection, group confrontation. Purpose (expected impact, outcomes): acknowledging which are the skills needed in the labour market, realizing which are the correct behaviours and what are the things that …

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Bachata

Communication is not always verbal. A lot of communication during our interactions with each other is actually based on our body language. In this activity, the participants will understand better how others communicate and how different it can be from their own communication style. They will also learn how their attitude can portrait the way …

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Theatre and chill

Role-play builds confidence and communication skills, and it can be used to explore the options available to young adults after compulsory education. This next activity is aimed for people that have dropped out of school, as a way of reflecting on their future. Name of the activity: Theatre and chill Duration: 1 hour, depending on …

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International robbery

A robbery.. what? How is that even possible? Undoubtedly, being part of a team with such a mission requires full participation; everyone needs to contribute. And a team can only win by creating an excellent strategy. Name of the activity: International robbery Duration: anywhere between 1 hour and 2 hours. Preferred location: outside, preferably on …

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Clues all around

In case we would like to support immigrants in their integration process, there are quite some playful options that we can choose. How about a treasure hunt this time? Name of the activity: Clues all around Duration: approximately 1 hour, but you can always decide to extend it. Preferred location: in the forest or in …

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Grab it!

Defining goals and priorities can be quite challenging. Especially if this needs to happen together with other people. Still, being able to do this frequently and easily creates a huge difference… Name of the activity: Grab it! Duration: everywhere between half an hour and 1 hour. Preferred location: outside, preferably on a grass field, so …

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From immigrants to citizens

When it comes to working with immigrants, many times we put high emphasis on teaching the language of the receiving country, or on giving more and more information about the culture of the receiving country. While all these are valuable, it might be good to challenge the way we are doing this… is there another, …

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Blind goal

You usually need a nice preparation and many materials to create a challenging outdoor activity for your participants. Well, if you are searching for a powerful and challenging activity to do on the spot, which doesn’t require too much preparation, this one is going to be a wise choice. Name of the activity: Blind goal …

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Better together

Outdoor activities offer a great occasion to move around and enjoy the surroundings. A treasure hunt can be a nice activity in this sense, staying outside and solving puzzles around is a fun and efficient way of increasing the “problem solving” skills of our participants. Even more if you can use this as a tool …

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Connect with the locals

If you are searching for a fun activity for your participants and you want them to interact with locals, then this activity is definitely for you. Moreover, in this way you will be able to collect several information and measure the impact of your organization in your local community. Name of the activity: Connect with …

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