2. Toolkit – Toolkit on Interreligious Dialogue in Youth Work. This toolkit was developed by the European Youth Forum, under the theme “Living Faiths Together, and to mark the European Year of Intercultural Dialogue (2008). The toolkit offers detailed information and practical tips on organising intercultural activities for young people and on the role that
Activity – Role-Play – The Financial Crisis. This role-play is designed for large or small groups of people. It gives participants the chance to act out different roles (e.g. national government, local banks, credit rating agencies etc.), over three stages, to help them understand the dynamics and decision-making processes involved in a financial crisis scenario.
Activity – Ethics, Power and the Global Economy - Game. This activity is a role-play for a large group of people (over 30). It acts out trading and global economic and power relationships. The roles can be used as they are to create variations that better fit the local context. 3. Activity - Ethics, Power
1. Activity – The Ecumenical Mission on Campus. This is an interactive game that can be used to teach young people how WSCF works as an ecumenical global student movement. The activity can be coupled with a discussion about mission in an ecumenical setting. 1. Activity - The Ecumenical Mission on Campus (2012) Publication
Workshop – Media: An Alternative Truth. This workshop was developed by Vladyslav Vlasov and Natalia Mykytei. The workshops focus on the critical analysis of media messages, showing how unreliable media resources can be sometimes, and allowing for discussion on how much trust young people can have in the media. 2. Workshop - Media - An
Worship – Ecumenical Evening Worships from the Theology Conference in Denmark. This collection of evening worships was developed at the WSCF-Europe Conference “Religion and Society in Europe Partners or Competitors?”, which took place in the fall of 2006, in Copenhagen, Denmark. It includes prayers, songs, meditation moments, reflections and Bible readings, split by themes such as: “Church
Workshop – “When I was Young a Blackberry was ‘Just’ a Fruit“. This interactive video workshop, developed by Maximilian Karrasch and Gabor Nemet, reflects on society’s growing overreliance on technology. The workshop can be used for small or large groups, as long as at least two groups can be formed. 1. Workshop – “When I
Worship – Morning Worships from the Theology Conference in Denmark. This collection of morning worships was developed at the WSCF-Europe Conference “Religion and Society in Europe Partners or Competitors?”, which took place in the fall of 2006, in Copenhagen, It includes Catholic, Orthodox and Protestant prayers, songs, reflections and Bible readings. 7. Worship - Morning Worships from the Theology Conference in Denmark
Worship – Ecumenical Liturgy: Laying Down Our Stones. This liturgy was adapted from the 2010 Lenten study compiled by the World Council of Churches, the World YMCA and the World Student Christian Federation. It includes songs, prayers, reflections and Bible readings on the topics of forgiveness and transformation. 6. Worship - Ecumenical Liturgy-Laying Down Our Stones
Activity – My Faith, My Gender: A Conversation. This activity was developed by Kathy Galloway, who is ordained as Church of Scotland minister and who, in 2002, was the first woman to be elected as leader of the Iona Community. It involves reflective questions and a prayer that explore the intersection between gender and faith.