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What is Peer group Education?
Rationale of Peer Education
Peer education, peer learning and peer led approaches
Why use peer group education for the campaign "all different - all equal"?
Stories told by young people
Examples of good practice
The Stop the Violence movement in Denmark An example for a peer led youth initiative
'Building Bridges' in Sheffield/UK
A peer group education programme of a non-governmental organisation
The guardian angels
Peer group action in big cities
RFSL; School information about homosexuality (Skolinformations) Peer group education by a non-governmental organisation in Sweden
Step by Step
How to start a peer group education programme
STEP BY STEP CHECKLIST
Your project is running - how to coach it?
12 Points for the supportive and non-authoritarian coach
9 sessions for training Peer Coaches
Contents of Section 8
Session 8.1 ME AND MY IDEAS - What is peer group education?
Session 8.2 S.W.O.T. ANALYSIS - Peer group education in your own organisation
Session 8.3 SILENT FLOOR DISCUSSION - Racism, anti-Semitism, intolerance and xenophobia, what does it mean to me? .
Session 8.4 OPINION CARDS - Working with young people
Session 8.5 PROJECT PLANNING - How to set up a peer group education programme
Session 8.6 CASE STUDIES - Your role as a coach
Session 8.7 NETWORKING - Identifying the different needs of peer educators
Session 8.8 USING AUDIO VISUAL MATERIAL - Educational activities in the area of racism, anti-Semitism, intolerance and xenophobia
Session 8.9 PERSONAL ACTION PLAN AND EVALUATION - What did I learn and how am I going to use it?
Peer educators training days
Session 9.1 THE MERRY-GO-AROUND
Session 9.2. CREATIVE ART WORK
Session 9.3 TACKLING A STATEMENT
Session 9.4 BLACK AND WHITE
Session 9.5 CASE STUDIES
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