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The training kit Acting Conflicts!, developed thanks the co-funding of the Council of Europe, aims to analyse the youth – and not only – conflictual dynamics, daily found in the metropolitan and suburban areas of the big European cities. Acting Conflicts! presents 6 case stidies on social and cultural conflicts that involved youth and adults in the outskirts of Rome, Tallinn, Paris, Bucarest, Ankara and Lisbon and develops different analysis and proposals of intervention through non formal education, the Aikido, the Tango and Forum Theatre.

Acting conflicts! presents an innovative methodology that could be used in different backgrounds and aimed at improving the youth active participation and at managing in a nonviolent manner the conflicts that can grow in the urban dimension.

The training kit is composed by the booklet, the video and the web site www.actingconflicts.net, from which it will be possible download for free the kits and the materials produced, and to interact with youth workers, educators and trainers.

The kit has to be considered an innovative tool where to find methodologies and suggestions that can be used in the daily work with youth coming from disadvantage backgrounds, at higher risk of social exclusion. The material can be also considered a useful kit the youth workers can use to improve their skills and to train their colleagues that work in such dimension.

The project Action Conflicts! aims to carry on the work developed during a training course: Never Ending Stories held in Orvieto nearby the Casa Laboratorio il Cerquosino in January 2009. The project involved 25 youth workers and active volunteers coming from 7 European countries. The training aimed at analysing different types of conflicts – inner, social, cultural, economical – and at looking for nonviolent ways to manage it, such as the ones proposed by the Forum Theatre.

The training kit is prepared by a group of experts and trainers that already cooperated during Never Ending Stories. The group used a cooperative method, exchanged ideas and contributions in an horizontal manner and they developed the t-kit: it starts from the definition of “conflict” and goes ahead in the presentation of the case studies, their analysis and proposal of operative methodologies that can be used for non violent management of conflicts.

The training kit Acting conflicts!, developed thanks the co-funding of the Council of Europe, aims to analyse the youth - and not only – conflictual dynamics, daily found in the metropolitan and suburban areas of the big European cities. Acting conflicts! presents 6 case stidies on social and cultural conflicts that involved youth and adults in the outskirts of Rome, Tallin, Paris, Bucarest, Ankara and Lisbon and develops different analysis and proposals of intervention through non formal education, the Aikido, the Tango and Forum Theatre.

Acting conflicts! presents an innovative methodology that could be used in different backgrounds and aimed at improving the youth active participation and at managing in a nonviolent manner the conflicts that can grow in the urban dimension.

The training kit is composed by the booklet, the video and the web site www.actingconflicts.net, from which it will be possible download for free the kits and the materials produced, and to interact with youth workers, educators and trainers.

The kit has to be considered an innovative tool where to find methodologies and suggestions that can be used in the daily work with youth coming from disadvantage backgrounds, at higher risk of social exclusion. The material can be also considered a useful kit the youth workers can use to improve their skills and to train their colleagues that work in such dimension.

The project Action Conflicts! aims to carry on the work developed during a training course: Never Ending Stories held in Orvieto nearby the Casa Laboratorio il Cerquosino in January 2009. The project involved 25 youth workers and active volunteers coming from 7 European countries. The training aimed at analysing different types of conflicts – inner, social, cultural, economical – and at looking for nonviolent ways to manage it, such as the ones proposed by the Forum Theatre.

The training kit is prepared by a group of experts and trainers that already cooperated during the training course Never Ending Stories. The group used a cooperative method, exchanged ideas and contributions in an horizontal manner and they developed the t-kit: it starts from the definition of “conflict” and goes ahead in the presentation of the case studies, their analysis and proposal of operative methodologies that can be used for non violent management of conflicts.

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Acting conflicts! collects innovative methodologies that can be used in the non violent management of conflicts and can be developed in the daily work with less privileged youth at high risk of social exclusion.

The website realized by Lunaria association, in cooperation with Artemide, association was developed thanks the co-funding of the Council of Europe.

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