To conduct a youth training – though for different purposes, it usually requires common activities to build a key understanding for cooperation among the trainees.
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Specifically, conducting a training for diverse groups of people, in terms of cultural, social, and political backgrounds, it is essential to bring a concept to everyone that, “we are different, but that is not to be judged.”
This iMekong’s factsheet No. 7 ‘Intercultural Exchanging Activities’ offers a few activities and games, which have been done in the past, for training young activists and writers. iMekong hopes that this factsheet will come in handy for current and future young trainers, to help build the desired Mekong community where the young people are engaging more in the socio-political and environmental issues.