60 migrant multipliers from five European countries shared their knowledge and expertise working with their communities. We put together these tools and methods in a compendium and we also created the interactive Toolbox which you can access using this link:
To help you find the tool you might be looking for, the tools in this Compendium are classified into 5 categories. Each category corresponds with the main goal/use for this tool. Of course, tools have more than one use and they can also be creatively arranged/adapted based on the activity you are doing with your group and based on the characteristics of the group you are working with.
GETTING IN THE SPIRIT: These tools are to start the work, to break the ice between participants, to introduce the participants, to introduce the topic, to gain trust and enthusiasm. They are normally used at the beginning of work or after breaks. They are motivational tools and will boost the energy of the group.
ORGANISING THE GROUP WORK: These tools help organize group work. They are tools to set work goals, to design a group's "code of conduct" or to improve time management, for example.
BUILDING THE TEAM: Participants recognize themselves as part of a group. These tools serve to identify roles and talents of the participants and to explore how to improve teamwork. They are tools for cooperation that will generate trust and bring people together.
IMPROVING COMMUNICATION: These tools are more specific and serve to improve communication between team members and between people in general. Here you will find tools for assertive communication, tools for non-violent communication, tools for collecting feedback, tools for conflict solving, etc.
WORKING ON SPECIFIC TOPICS: Here you will find work tools for specific topics. Some topics include: citizenship, environment, human rights, environment
We are happy to hear your comments and suggestions about using the Toolbox.
November 08. 2022
We are encountering challenges, facing them, rediscovering the potencial and sustainability of the project and looking forward to keep working with the multipliers on our organizations' goals.
We had our fourth and final Transnational Partners Meeting (TPM) in Udine, Italy, am 29 und 30 September.
The TPM's work focused on the current implementation of the third and last phase of the project. In this phase, the multipliers are carrying out political education activities in their communities. It is about impulses (some of them as workshops) to start the dialogue about the political values of the European Union.
For the first time since the start of the project, two multipliers were able to take part in a TPM. The opportunity offered the multipliers a clearer idea of the international experience they are part of . The Multipliers from the Austrian Team, Rachel Makinson and Austyn Chapman, closed the TPM with their workshop on "Power and Privileges". The activity was attended by the project partners and a dozen people from Udine, whose enthusiastic participation was a perfect example for the success of the motivating and pedagogical capacity of the multipliers. Well done Rachel! Well done Austin!
October 3, 2022
The time has come. Final event Multiplus Project
Tuesday 23.09 at 6 pm MEDIA CENTER: Rathaus Graz
Last free places available!
Displaced Migrants: Panel Discussion on the mental health of migrants as a political decision
Dr. Günter Klug
MMag. Dr. Christian Lagger, MBA
Dr. Katharina Purtscher
DI Heidrun Primas
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