Partners from Germany, Italy, Romania and Greece have cooperated and developed, within the PRIORITY project, the PRIORITY Toolkit, which provides high-quality lesson plans and other resources designed to improve intercultural dialogue and to create means of social inclusion for young people at risk of marginalization and radicalization.
The PRIORITY toolkit includes tested teaching methodologies and educational activities addressing artistic, cultural and sports activities that promote volunteering, active participation and civic engagement. It was developed based on best practices that are included in the PRIORITY methodology: best intersectoral practices in the field of youth work, sports, arts, cultural mediation, civic education, self-development and formal / non-formal education.
The PRIORITY toolkit is designed for youth workers, trainers, educators, teachers, municipal youth workers, youth leaders, NGO members, as well as other civil society actors working with young people.
To make it easier to read, the toolkit has been structured in several chapters, as follows:
A workshop has been designed for each chapter using detailed lesson plans that include energizers, activities, and theoretical presentations. The training material includes PowerPoint presentations and handbooks that can be downloaded and used to implement various workshops.
Download the toolkit for free, explore it and use it efficiently!