The recent ECMI engagement in Eramus+ project on fighting right-wing populism is recorded in ECMI Report #68. The report is now available online.
The main goal of the project “Fighting Right Wing Populism” was to develop and conduct a Simulation game that tackles the sources, reasons, dynamics and effects of right wing populism in Europe.
The simulation game was developed by a group of experts (academics and practitioners of youth work), tested five times in different contexts and adopted to the needs of young people between 18 and 35 years. As a result of the project we provide this manual for trainers of non-formal education, as well as for teachers at schools and lecturers at universities. It includes a chapter dealing with the definition of right wing populism that we developed within the group, a general introduction to simulation games and a description of how to facilitate and use the method of simulation game, and further suggestions of how to set up a workshop with simulation games. The materials required to conduct a simulation game are attached to this Report.
Download the Ecmi Report #68 on the Simulation Game “Fighting Right Wing Populism”
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Source: ECMI InfoChannel @ European Centre for Minority Issues.
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