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Kitchen of a youth exchange. Tarptautinių jaunimo mainų virtuvė
Transcript of Kitchen of a youth exchange. Tarptautinių jaunimo mainų virtuvė
Find a team and partners fromother countries, who are interested in "baking" of the same "product" like you. Max. + ∞ = jauni žmonės, kuriems rūpi tavo idėja, tikslas, veikla. Idea and Europe The impact of idea to the local community YOU CAN GET HELP... Ask in your school, clubs, teachers, social pedagogs about different activities, possibilities in the school, maybe they can give you advice what to do, how to start and ect. If You have decided to implement your idea, which might be funded from
EU programme "Youth in Action" then read on. We offer access to some very important sources of information to help you understand what to do and how you should do it. In the website http://ec.europa.eu/youth/youth-in-action-programme/programme-guide_en.htm
you will find Youth in Action programme guide. You will find answers to WHAT, WHERE, HOW, WHO, WHEN there.
You can find version of this guide in your own language. Check the website of your National Agency. You may find e-version of application form on this link: http://ec.europa.eu/youth/documents/eforms2012.pdf
You may find this form in your own language as well! Since 2012 EU programme Youth in Action application forms are electronic. Do not make mistakes, better check how to do it in the movie or application guide.
http://www.youthinaction.nl/youthinaction/download/aanvraagformulieren/2012/Guidelines_e-forms_YiA_2012.pdf Why our idea is important to all the Europe? You and your partners have done all the exercises in the part of idea development, it means that you will fill in your application form with no difficulties! Why these activities will be useful / helpful to other young people, who will be involved/ will take part in this idea. Why it is useful for me to implement this idea? The impact of idea to me and my team What I and my team would like to learn, to know, to understand during organizing these activities? Now fill in your own idea cloud! There is a possibility to choose voluntarily how and when to participate in learning activities or not, suggest activities for others or take responsibilities. It is also essentially important to recognize what you have learned and experienced during activity. You can reflect on your own, discuss it with your peers and ask others to give you feedback. We believe that only when you will consciously reflect on your experience, make conclusions and recommendations for future actions from it, you may take the best from your learning experience.
In a youth exchange each participant should get a document, recognizing their learning experience called Youthpass. We also believe that learning is much more interesting when you learn together with others (your team, group). Just think, if there were no colleagues who would invite you to dance and experience it together, maybe you would never know how good of dancer you are? It is also very important that activities would take place in a safe environment, where young people could try and succeed, but also would not be afraid to fail, where nobody else, but the person himself /herself would reflect and evaluate his/her experience. Experience Reflection Evaluation/ Making reccomendations Applying We hope you noticed that learning may happen anywhere. We believe that some approaches may help to learn easier if: Questions to be answered:
What are you willing to learn while organizing your youth exchange project?
What will your colleagues, group leaders learn from this experience?
What about participants and local community?
How will you ensure that learning will be interesting and interactive?
How participants will know, that they learnt/did not learn anything?
What skills and knowledge are required to implement the idea?
(ex., we know how to call to the hostel and book the places, we know how to write an article about the event and ect.) What new skills and knowledge you as organiser and participant would like to gain?
(ex., We have never wrote any article, so we would like to learn, I would like to learn how to fill in an application, to work in a team, coordination events, etc.) We invite each partner organization to think and fill out the table, which can help to select responsibilities in implementation of ideas. Now all together think about the skills and knowledge you would like to gain.
Think, what activities would you like to implement - those which you know very well?
Would you like try new one, which you have never implement? Activities Possible responsibilities in it Who is responsible? Interesting! If the team or partners have no possibility to meet up live they can communicate online with the help of Google Docs, Skype, Facebook, Dropbox, and all of your other favorite programs. Check them
out! Choose an idea, which is important to you, your friends, your partners, global and local reality Choose one "meal" (topic) you would like to discuss during your project
has created an idea and will do activities? else will this activity be of interest? WHO TO WHOM you are going to do during execution of your idea? What are other young people going to do? WHAT What methods, activities will be used? HOW WHERE, WHEN will the activities be held ? AN AIM? There are many possibilities how you can use the yellow towel ...Unleash your creativity and discover innovative ideas!
Check if similar project has been implemented in your area before you?
Great - if not! Think about why your idea is different from the previously implemented?
•Interesting, unknown, untried occupations, activities;
•Discovery of ways to adapt old practices to new (just like the yellow towel example);
• Something special idea implementers or young people, the community, which is involved in this project. LEARNING Sometimes when we order a dish in a restaurant we don't consider of how many people where cooking and frying, where the products came from, how expensive they were and even who was cleaning the dishes afterwards. This time we invite you to be the chef of this kitchen responsible for nice and deliciously smelling dish made with love and passion! This interactive tool is like a recipe book, which will help to plan your youth exchange project.
We prepared this project in English and there is a good reason behind it. We hope it will help you communicate with your colleagues from different countries and will enable you to use this tool together. It contains visual information needed to plan and implement your project together better and easier. While cooking, you may noticed some very important characters - get to know them! Also there are many videos, documents, tips & hints that will help you to prepare your project in a creative and enjoyable way. This tool consists of several parts. We recommend spending as much time as needed for each step. You may always stop, go back and continue from where you left it off.
Bon Appétit! Tool is made by Lithuanian National Agency of EU programme Youth in Action.
Content developed by Agnė Rapalaitė and Alina Bechterevė
(Kurybinės raiškos centras)
Tool design Darius Simavičius (Kūrybinės raiškos centras) Group leader Europe
Hosting organisation Sending organisation(s) National agency This tool is made for young people planning to organize their own Youth exchange project, youth workers, trainers and consultants, who are willing to present the possibility of organizing a project like this in the frame of EU programme Youth in Action. We invite you to learn dancing. Play the movie Did you manage to learn some new movements? What is a Youth Exchange? A Youth Exchange is a project which brings together groups of young people from two or more countries, providing them with an opportunity to discuss and confront various themes, whilst learning about each other’s countries and cultures. What a Youth Exchange is not? § academic study trips
§ exchange activities which aim to make financial profit
§ exchange activities which can be classed as tourism
§ holiday travel
§ language courses
§ performance tours
§ school class exchanges
§ sports competitions
§ statutory meetings of organisations
§ political gatherings
§ work camps. Youth initiative or democracy projects Even though some of these activities can be a part or an activity of your youth exchange. Like a spice, but not the objective or an activity as the whole youth exchange. A Youth Exchange is based on a trans-national partnership between two or more promoters from different countries. According to the number of countries involved, a Youth Exchange can be bilateral, trilateral or multilateral. Youth Exchanges participants participate together in a joint programme of activities to discover and become aware of different social and cultural realities, to learn from each other and reinforce their feeling of being European citizens. Task. Think and write:
1. What was the result of this idea?
2. In what ways the others heard about Alina's project results?
3. What additional dissemination implemented Alina and Povilas. Why will this additional dissemination of the results be effective and useful?
4. How and where was the information about Mom spread, who supported the idea of Alina's project? Describe the methods, real instruments, activities.
5. What programme can support your idea? 1. Koks buvo šios idėjos rezultatas?
Įdaryta lydeka, kurią Alina išmoko pasigauti ir įdaryti.
2. Kokiais būdais apie Alinos projekto rezultatą sužinojo kiti?
Alina į šventinę vakarienę pasikvietė artimuosius, kaimynus ir draugus. Vakarienės metu ji dalijosi savo patirtimi, pasakojo, kaip buvo įdarinėjama ir kepama žuvis, bei pasidalino receptu su kaimynais.
3. Kokią papildomą rezultatų sklaidą įgyvendino Alina ir Povilas? Kodėl ši papildoma rezultatų sklaida bus efektyvi, naudinga?
Filmuotą medžiagą Alina su broliu Povilu sumontavo ir patalpino Youtube, kad ir kiti žmonės galėtų pamatyti bei išbandyti, kaip galima patiems pasigauti ir pasigaminti įdarytą žuvį. Iš nuotraukų Alina su Povilu dar pagamino mini praktinį vadovą: „Nuo meškerės iki įdarytos žuvies“, kurį išleido ir paskleidė savo bendruomenėje, išsiuntė draugams iš Lietuvos jaunimo organizacijų, paplatino mokyklose, kad ir kiti jauni žmonės galėtų pasinaudoti Alinos sukaupta patirtimi.
4. Kaip ir kur buvo viešinama idėją parėmusi MAMA? Aprašykite realius būdus priemones, veiklas.
Vakarienės metu Alina nepamiršo paminėti MAMOS, kuri finansavo ir suteikė Alinai galimybę įvykdyti savo sumanymą. Į praktinį vadovą buvo įdėta MAMOS nuotrauka bei trumpai paminėta, jog šio vadovo ir idėjos rėmėja yra MAMA.
5. Kokia programa gali remti jūsų idėją?
ES programa „Veiklus jaunimas“. Check the answers... Now think and discuss: How about your project. How will other people find out about it?
To whom you would like to present this project?
What are the best methods, ways to reach the people who is worth to know about your project?
Perhaps, this might be the first time you decided to implement a new idea with partners from different countries. There are so many things that still need to be done to convert the idea into reality! We already know how important to evaluate your experience. It is great to learn new things! Sit comfortably in your chair, we will tell you a fairytale... It is very important that you and your partners, would create a common "Dish". Do not be afraid if in the creative process you will gave doubts, questions. There are people who can help you answer them or advise on where to find information, on what to think when you creating your DISH. You know young people who have already implemented the exciting activities and they had received funding, you liked ... Inquire them ... worth it! If you have any suggestions or comments, please contact us by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Sources and inspirations for creating this tool:
Kūrybinės raiškos centras, www.krc.lt
Lithuanian National Agency of EU programme Youth in Action, www.jtba.lt;
„Estern Express“ Russia 2010 May 4-10, Salto-youth Estern Europe and Causasus resource centre;
JUGEND für Europa/SALTO Training and Co-operation Resource Centre;
www.training-youth.net. T-kit 4 „Intercultural learning“ The following activities will be beneficial for your country society, community (rural, village, town or city) where will you carry out your activities? Our idea and Europe The impact of our idea to the local community The impact of our idea to me and my team Write down your project idea in a few sentences, in response to all questions: WHAT IS THE THEME Why it is interesting
to us? What we with our partners want to achieve with our activities? What we would like to change? Activity plan
Aim of the project
Plan your activities which will help to achieve the aim.
Name and write activities in as much detail as possible.
You should create an activity planing schedule to do this. Veiklos planavimo lentelė Check out this platrform full of fruits from implemented activities:
http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/education_culture/eve/index_en.htm Youth workers, organization leaders and volunteers
Learn more about them in your local community National Agency workers are happy to advise on the EU programme "Youth in Action" funded project requirements, will help to understand how to complete and submit applications. You have an idea, please call, write, arrange a consultation time. How will the idea contribute to solving common European problems, themes analysis? How will I adapt other countries experience in my idea, activities? Do you want inspiration? - look for it here! Instructions: Use your mouse Move closer to the desired location, a photo or video. If you have enough ideas, pressing the arrow to the side, automatically move to the next part of the publication. Would you like to taste a very unique dish? It can be sweet, it can be sour. It can be made from meat or it can be vegetarian. The selection is endless. It depends on You, our chef, what this dish is going to be tonight. Welcome to the “Kitchen of a Youth Exchange”. Šokėjų Asociacijos „In*Beat“ nariai 18 mėn. vykdė projektą „The Circle“. Pradžioje, kilusi idėja sukurti trumpametražį video pranešimą apie komandos „In*Beat“ veiklą pakito ir išsirutuliojo į išsamaus dokumentinio filmo kūrimą. Pagrindinis projekto tikslas -atskleisti gatvės šokio istoriją ir kultūros raidą Lietuvoje. Dokumentiniame filme ne tik supažindinama, bet ir gilinamasi į Hip Hop‘ o subkultūros ideologiją, terminologiją, analizuojamas šokėjo vaidmuo kintančioje visuomenėje bei šokėjų bendruomenėje. Norima pabrėžti, kad šokis skatina asmenybės savirealizaciją, ugdo fizinį ir psichologinį pasirengimą treniruojamas ne tik kūnas, bet ir siela! Before APV could be done After APV could be done During APV could be done APV ADVANCED PLANING VISIT Advanced Planning Visit (APV) is a great opportunity to have a meeting with your partners before the exchange groups actually come for an activity programme. The goals of this meeting are to update on the situation with youth groups and their expectations, clarify the objectives and the programme of exchange, visit the venue and discuss practicalities, agree on common rules and divide tasks between partners. Here is a check-list which may be helpful when preparing for Advanced Planing Visit of your youth exchange. Agree on the common language(s) of the APV Communicate by using communication and planning tools available on-line (e.g. …) Prepare and circulate a provisional agenda for the APV Check visa requirements (if applicable) Ensure that people who come to APV will take part in next steps of the exchange Be ready with materials helpful for discussions (e.g. note and visualise decisions, sparkle creativity) Have signature list ready Share notes from the APV Share results of APV which involved youth groups and partner organisations Follow agreements and inform of changes At the beginning Get to know each other: personally and professionally
Expectations of the project and each other
Confirm the agenda for the meeting
Make decision how you will make decisions
Agree on your roles during the meeting (e.g. who facilitates when, who takes notes of what)
Make sure you spend good time informally! Content issues to address Contact information necessary to have about participants, groups leaders and partners
Visa issues (if applicable)
Special needs (e.g. food, allergies, physical, spiritual)
Money (e.g. how much of pocket-money, prices, differences in living standard, currency exchange)
Travelling arrangement to the country and in the country
Resources – what is needed and which partner can provide what
Financial and contractual agreements between partners (e.g. reimbursement documents, sharing costs, co-funding opportunities) General idea and specific objectives of the project: personal expectations of leaders and partner organisations;
Information about groups of young people: who they are, their background, interests and expectations, what they can contribute
Cultural diversity within the team and the groups (e.g. habits, food, times, spiritual needs)
Main activities of the exchange programme
Language support for participants (if needed), approach to conflict transformation
Youthpass and non-formal learning (e.g. reflection moments, technical aspects)
What and how to prepare for the programme: by young people, by sending group(s), by hosting group
Group rules and safety issues, legal requirements
Information necessary for the evaluation and reporting
Division of the roles and tasks in the team of group leaders and between partners
Communication agreements and tools after this meeting Dissemination & Exploitation of your project results Visibility Visibility is term that is closely related to the discussion of 'doing more' with your international youth project. Throughout your project, you can show off the work you are doing. You can use your project to get your organisation into the spotlights, you can highlight the possibilities the Youth in Action programme has to offer other people, you can raise your profile by showing in a coherent way what great activities you are doing,... Doing a project is a valid reason in itself to communicate about your activities, about your organisation and about the Youth in Action programme to the outside world. Download this and other SALTO youth
work booklets for free at
www.SALTO-YOUTH.net/MakingWaves/ CREATING MORE IMPACT WITH
YOUR YOUTH PROJECTS
you can find inspiration to raise the visibility
of your project and to improve
the dissemination and exploitation
of your project results. Equal partnership Risk prevention A place for inspiration Project result First of all, you need to talk to partners about the good you are usually using in the country. People are afraid of things they do not know so it is easy to ignore than to try to understand new things. You have alternative: to order few different dishes, if people do not want to eat first. Chat with your partners after the first night. Try to clarify immediately where the problem occurs and accept it . Inquire about an other culture before participants arrives or before leaving your country. Have a chat in your national and international kitchen, talk to your colleagues:
what does equal partnership mean?
How do you imagine it?
(think about equal partnership in activities, programme planning, responsibilities, application and final report preparing, etc.) Some points on partnership: (cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr During the preparation phase you have to find your colleagues, decide what kind of dish you will cook and what products and tools you will need for that. So in other words, you and your peers from partnering countries and organizations will have to develop the idea and a plan of the project, find participants, decide on methods and activities that best reflect participants' needs and requirements of Youth in Action programme. You will have to organise activities. Also an Advanced planing visit may take place in order to meet with your partners and discuss final arrangements, share responsibilities. It is very important to have a clear plan how the project will be organised, who will be responsible for what, how team will solve problems and select, involve and prepare participants for intercultural experience . 1.Preparation 2.Implementation 3.Evaluation and follow-up activities During the implementation phase all the ingredients are mixed and the dish is being cooked. In other words, the youth exchange takes place. During this meeting youngsters examine the topic of the project via common activities. In this phase chefs and guests talk and discuss the quality, taste and smell of the final dish, how was it to work together in this kitchen, plan how they will announce about the results for their local communities and maybe decide to cook something else in the future. In other words, during the evaluation phase participants and organisers evaluate the project activities, make recommendations for future projects, tools, etc. They also plan follow-up activities connected with this project in their countries and maybe some common activities for the future. Youth exchange project consists of 3 main phases: When all the partners have their opinions formed, share them with each other and try to discuss about similarities and differences. Why is it like this? How this knowledge about similarities and differences can help you work in the future? Promoters are recommended to sign an internal partnership agreement amongst them; such agreement would have the purpose of clearly defining responsibilities, tasks and financial contribution of all parties involved in the project. Your youth exchange project will have partners from other countries, so cooking will become more interesting and diverse, but at the same time more challenging. Sometimes different people perceive things and rules in their own way different to yours. Your task is to make compromises, develop ideas together with young people from other countries and make sure, that responsibilities are divided equally. Sending organisations responsibilities Hosting organisation responsibilities The promoter that sends a group of participants in another country The promoter that hosts the Youth Exchange in its country National Agencies promote and implement the Programme at national level and act as the link between the European Commission, promoters at national, regional and local level, and the young people themselves. It is also recommended to make agreements with your partners before starting organising a project together. A template form of an agreement you may find here:
http://www.leargas.ie/media/Youth%20Exchange%20Internal%20Partnership%20Agreement%20Template.doc Partnership ? ? ? In preparing for an exchange programme the following issues need to be addressed:
Recruitment and Training;
The Programme; and
Emergency Procedures. During an exchange the following
issues need to be addressed:
Documents to bring with you;
Putting a support system in place;
An orientation on arrival;
Involving the participants;
and many more... After the Youth exchange following actions should be addressed:
Project evaluation in national and international teams;
Project result dissemination and exploitation;
Preparing final report;
other... WHO WILL BE DOING WHAT? Intercultural learning One of the most well known models of culture is - the iceberg. It focuses on what cultures consist of, and on elements that are both visible, and others that are yet to be discovered. The European dimension Choose a topic that is relevant and interesting to other European countries (only in your yard the problem is unlikely to be interesting to others, unless they, have the same one too. Therefore, it is worth looking into in advance what and how young people live in other countries). Your idea should be accessible and understandable to young people in other countries (maybe others would like to use your experience and do something like that).
By participating in your project, young people should have all the facilities and opportunities to feel
Europe, understand that their word and work can help to build a common future of Europe. The main theme of the project to reflect the most pressing issues: immigration, the European Union enlargement, European institutions, European elections and ect.
The project can help to discover similarities and differences between different European countries: Europe Youth, Europe and work; Europe through different cultures and arts, and cultural diversity in Europe etc. The project can promote recognition of common European values. For example, selected priority values of social cohesion, equality between men and women, respect for human rights and democracy, respect for other cultures, European citizenship and active participation of young people and information. The project is to promote the major European countries, social problems.
The project can be focused on social exclusion, racism, xenophobia and antisemitism, drug addiction, alcoholism, crime, HIV issues. The project could provide an intercultural learning experience. The project can be directed to your community in different cultures (ethnic groups), mutual understanding and tolerance education. The project "Cultures of Eurobasket 2011" provided an opportunity for young people from different European countries, a better understanding of the participating countries' cultures, by analyzing different aspects of basketball. This is the story which was made by Lithuanian team during youth exchange project My Earth, My Water in Lithuania, to show countries' ecological problems in a funny way and to discuss about them seriously.
During the 10 day exchange, 25 young people discovered main ecological problems on earth and in the water by snorkeling and scuba diving in each country and share the experiences in between. During the youth exchange, young people were analysing musical youth unemployment problem, were search the ways to integrate them into the labour market, through the music. The main aim of the project was to bring together 28 young people from 4 different Europeans countries, coming from different backgrounds in order to discuss about youth participation in society, to find and explore tools how young people can be better promoters of active citizenship, to exchange our experience and best practice, to share among each other our experiences. This energizer might open up the concept of time and each individual's relationship to it. Discuss where there are culturally different perceptions of time:
Why some participants opened their eyes earlier than the others? What was the feeling of those who opened their eyes earlier/ later? Why did it happen? Quick task:
Sit down with all your colleagues, and all together at one time close your eyes. The task is - each person has to open his/her eyes after 60 seconds without using watches and alarm clocks.
ONE, TWO, THREE - GO! Conclussion
Everyone has their own time perception and limits. It happens because of different cultural backgrounds, values, approaches, etc. It can be compared to a big iceberg. They are not visible at the top part of the mountain. Have a look, what is below and explore it in your project! The idea behind this model is that culture can be pictured as an iceberg: only a very small portion of the iceberg, can be seen above the waterline. The top of the iceberg is supported by the much larger part of the iceberg, underneath the water line and therefore invisible. Nonetheless, this lower part of the iceberg is the powerful foundation.The iceberg model of culture implies that the visible parts of culture are just expressions of its invisible parts. It also points out that, how difficult it is at times to understand people with different cultural backgrounds because we may spot the visible parts of their iceberg but we cannot immediately see what are the foundations that these parts rest upon. Often this problem leads to stereotypes How to understand what does it mean: European dimension? Group from Morocco don't eat your food at all... Project has been implemented, organizers needs to write final report. No body wants to do this job. It is one week left until the final report deadline. Not always cooking is a relaxing and enjoyable experience. Sometimes even the best chefs face some problems, cut a finger or lack of products needed for the dish. The same could happen in your exchange project. It is very important to think about possible risks and prepare for them in advance. Try to think of imaginary situations and what would you do in this case... Cause You never know... What would you do? Chat with all the Moroccan group, to identify their needs and customize the menu according to their needs. Change the food diet. What would you do? Communicate from the beginning, you had to share responsibilities at the beginning. Look for people who have skills to write the report. Most players need to realize that if everyone enjoyed the project and it should all pay tribute and write a report. The person who was responsible fro the project should "glue" a group together and inspire them to finish they jobs. All the group should finish final report. One of your participants wallet is missing... What would you do? Talk with the participant to clarify where his wallet could disappear. Don't panic, try to help your participant. With the help of friends look for wallet. You can also talk to the police, that it would take a look too. If there are no results and people needed money, put their own money from all participants or leaders from the total project amount. Think, how could your project will address issues of risk and young person protection, how you will enable young people to share their learning experience in a
reasonably safe and protected environment; have in place emergency procedures; ensure that group leaders and participants respect commonly agreed standards of behaviour? Practical issues to address Useful links about non-formal education: http://www.infed.org/
http://www.nonformality.org/ is an adult who accompanies the young people participating in a Youth Exchange in order to ensure their effective learning, protection and safety (cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr Results Youth exchange How will you recognise your learning? Youthpass is a tool and document to recognise learning in youth exchange projects:
https://www.youthpass.eu Test your answers:
1.Stuffed pike, which Alina learned to catch and stuff.
2.Alina invited some relatives for dinner, as well as her neighbors and friends with whom she shared her experiences, introduced what steps she took until the fish was stuffed, baked and shared the recipe with the neighbors.
3Alina and Povilas edited their video and shared it on YouTube. Like this, they spread the message which other people can see and test, how to catch and stuff fish on your own. They organized a mini practical guide "from the pole to the stuffed fish", which they published and disseminated in the community, sent it to friends of the Lithuanian youth organizations, schools. By doing this they enabled other young people to take advantage of Alina's experience.
4.During the dinner Alina did not forget to mention her mother, which financed and gave Alina the opportunity to fulfill her idea. Her photos and a brief description of the manager and the supporter - Mother, all were mentioned in a practical guide.
5.The EU programme "Youth in Action".
4.During a dinner Alina did not forget to mention her mother, which financed and gave to Alina opportunity to fulfill her idea. On a practical guide were mentioned Mother, her photo and a brief description of the manager and the supporter - Mother.
5.The EU programme "Youth in Action". Project will be organized by .................. . The aim of the project............................... . During the project participants ......................., this will help to reach..................... . In the end of the project will be........................ . Project will be held ..................................... . Write all the partners or countries to create, to raise, to develop, to change.... write the methods, activities which will help to reach your aim repeat your project aim write what are going to be the result of your project write the date, place, country After this activity, we ask YOU:
How was it to learn new things? How was it to participate in an activity organised by your peers?
How and why did you decided to participate in this dancing activity?
Where were you while you were learning to dance? What tools did you use to be able to learn dancing?
How did you decide that you have learnt something or not?
How did it feel learning from your peers? Bravely, freely, uncomfortable, maybe….? Kitchen of a Youth Exchange Now think well and decide: what part of Iceberg is more worth to explore and analyze during your youth exchange? Why is this part important to you? What will your project group gain, learn after analyzing those themes? How will this information affect project participants in the future?