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This “First ADR Kit” Handbook contains educational materials about conflict resolution education for teenagers and young adults, aged 13-30. ADR stands for “Alternative Dispute Resolution” and represents a set of methods and skills used in conflict resolution. Inside you will find a short introduction to ADR, followed by twelve workshop scenarios and two educational game-based exercises that can be used in conflict resolution education for young people: in schools, universities, youth clubs, camps, social centres etc.
Manuale. L’educazione alla risoluzione dei conflitti nel lavoro con i giovani.
First ADR Kit is all about youth and their competences. To help young people develop their skills in conflict resolution we have prepared and tested 12 innovative and interactive workshops that can be used in schools, camps or youth projects.
We have prepared the workshop sheets to be easy to use with the basic information and instructions presented first and any detailed extra information, theory inputs, background, alternatives etc. on separate pages. At the top of each workshop plan there is a simple and quick guide to some basic criteria about the workshop.
Research on ADR
If you are interested in the current scope of ADR education in European countries, below you can find the researches prepared by Partner organisations from Estonia, Italy, Norway, Poland and UK which present ADR institutions, services and educational methods in their countries. Take a look to see what are the possibilities for young people to learn and use mediation in their daily lives.
Programme of the Training Course on ADR for Youth Workers
The training course for youth workers on ADR in Worcester, UK, was specially designed in order to join professional ADR expertise with the needs of youth educators. The programme was prepared and consulted in cooperation with Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR) and youth trainers to ensure the most effective learning experience. Training was delivered by professional mediators and covered the most relevant topics connected with ADR – definitions, practical skills, good practices and case studies. Most of the training time was devoted to practical exercises and simulations in order to enable participants to experience themselves advantages and challenges of ADR. The programme of the training combined both practical methods delivered by the trainers with elements of intercultural communication and dialogue within the scope of Non-Formal Education.
Internet platform for ICT learning
This is the space where we present the results of the project together with up-to-date information related to ADR and youth education. Our website includes all the knowledge and methods collected and designed during the First ADR Kit partnership. Go ahead and explore the content!