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The Network will work together for improving their staff members' and volunteers' skills, by sharing local best practices of inclusion in different contexts (Schools,Public Institutions,CSOs and Sport Clubs) and will co-design and attend a cooperative learning based Training Course on the use of non-formal methodologies for intercultural dialogue (such as Debate,porteur de parole,Young People and Democracy Workshop,Gamification,Art,...).



The results of the 12 local experimentations of these tools will be shared and discussed among the partnership, while their revised version will be included in the


The Toolkit will represent the Final Recommendation to be addressed to the relevant EU stakeholders and policy makers, through the use of the EU Participatory Democracy instruments (Citizens' Initiatives,Citizens' dialogue, petitions,consultations,...).

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