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History Gap

Take a walk in your local area and consider who the streets and parks are named after. Is there a history gap?

Take a step forward

Play different roles to show privilege in society.
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A short activity using coloured stickers to divide people that introduces the concept of ‘othering’ and its role in conflicts.

Back of the Bus Remix

Throughout history protest songs have brought people together and inspired action for social change.
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Biscuit Voting

Have a vote with your group to explore democracy and enjoy some yummy treats
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Finding Common Ground

This activity will help find out what everyone in the group has in common
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Hand Evaluation

A hand evaluation is a good way to get people to think about an activity or event you have just done or attended and give constructive feedback.  It is a visual way to collect young people’s views on what you have done.
Children playing a clapping game

Group Standing

Can your group stand up together?
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Town Council Meeting

A simulation of different methods of participation to influence a decision about how to spend money in the community, culminating in a town council meeting where a vote is taken.
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Gender, Me and Us

This activity allows participants to analyse what sexism means to them. This activity will also get participants to think about solutions and possible reactions to challenging sexism.
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Talking you down

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Listen to Me!

promote a discussion with your group about structures which will promote fair and full participation from individuals in the group.

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