4questions4peace
  1. What does the word peace mean to you in the context of your own life?

  2. What are the main obstacles to peace in the context of your own life?

  3. What have you done so far to promote peace in your own country?

  4. What can you do in the future to promote peace in your own country?

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Assignments for "Talks4peace"

PEACECAMP 2017: Two assignments for the Palestinian group as a preparation for TALKS4PEACE

(1) MAKE A SHORT VIDEO WITH YOUR GROUP ABOUT VIOLENCE & DISCRIMI-NATION ISSUES IN YOUR COMMUNITY AND YOUR IDEAS FOR A BETTER & MORE PEACEFUL FUTURE (MAX. 5`, ENGLISH OR ENGLISH SUBTITLES).

  • Which forms of violence/discrimination/disrespect/repression are noticeable within our Palestinian community? Against whom are they directed?
  • Which improvements would be desirable? Which first step could each of us take in order to contribute to a more peaceful/pleasant life for all of us?

We are interested in your personal views! Discuss about these questions in your group, then make a plan what to show in your video and how to use all your creativity ….
The videos will be shown and discussed at the peacecamp 2017.

(2) MAKE ONE GROUP POSTER (maybe with photos and/or drawings) SHOWING HOW IT IS TO BE A PALESTINIAN TEENAGER TODAY

What does it mean to us to be Palestinians (coexisting with Jewish Israelis)?
What makes us proud or happy about being Palestinians? What do we regard as special about our national culture and historical heritage? What can we offer for a future world in peace? What advantages and what opportunities do we see in living side-by-side with the Jewish Israelis? What kind of future with the Jewish Israelis of our generation do we hope for? How would peace look like? (More than absence of war!?)
Discuss about these questions in your group, then make a plan what to show on your poster (maybe with photos and/or drawings?) using all your creativity ….

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PEACECAMP 2017: Two assignments for the Jewish Israeli group as a preparation for TALKS4PEACE

(1) MAKE A SHORT VIDEO WITH YOUR GROUP ABOUT VIOLENCE & DISCRIMI-NATION ISSUES IN YOUR COMMUNITY AND YOUR IDEAS FOR A BETTER & MORE PEACEFUL FUTURE (MAX. 5`, ENGLISH OR ENGLISH SUBTITLES).

  • Which forms of violence/discrimination/disrespect/repression are noticeable in our Israeli society? Against whom are they directed?
  • Which improvements would be desirable? Which first step could each of us take in order to contribute to a more peaceful/pleasant life for all of us? Give just one good example!

We are interested in your personal views! Discuss about these questions in your group, then make a plan what to show in your video and how to use all your creativity ….
The videos will be shown and discussed at the peacecamp 2017.

(2) MAKE ONE GROUP POSTER (maybe with photos and/or drawings) SHOWING TWO PERSPECTIVES (A & B) OF WHAT IT MEANS FOR YOU TO BE A JEWISH ISRAELI TEENAGER TODAY

What does it mean to us to be Jewish Israelis (coexisting with Palestinians)?
What makes us proud or happy about being Jewish Israelis? What do we regard as special about our national culture and historical heritage? What can we offer for a future world in peace? What advantages and what opportunities do we see in living side-by-side with the Palestinians? What kind of future with the Palestinians of our generation do we hope for? How would peace look like? (More than absence of war!?)
Discuss about these questions in your group, then make a plan what to show on your poster (maybe with photos and/or drawings?) using all your creativity ….  

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PEACECAMP 2017: Two assignments for the Hungarian group as a preparation for TALKS4PEACE

(1) MAKE A SHORT VIDEO WITH YOUR GROUP ABOUT VIOLENCE & DISCRIMI-NATION ISSUES IN YOUR COMMUNITY AND YOUR IDEAS FOR A BETTER & MORE PEACEFUL FUTURE (MAX. 5`, ENGLISH OR ENGLISH SUBTITLES).

  • Which forms of violence/discrimination/disrespect/repression are noticeable in our Hungarian society? Against whom are they directed?
  • Which improvements would be desirable? Which first step could each of us take in order to contribute to a more peaceful/pleasant life for all of us? Give just one good example!

We are interested in your personal views! Discuss about these questions in your group, then make a plan what to show in your video and how to use all your creativity ….
The videos will be shown and discussed at the peacecamp 2017.

(2) MAKE ONE GROUP POSTER SHOWING YOUR VIEW OF WHAT IT MEANS FOR YOU TO BE A HUNGARIAN TEENAGER TODAY

What does it mean for us to be Hungarians (and Europeans)?
What makes us proud or happy about living in Hungary? What do we regard as special about the national culture and historical heritage of our country? What can we offer for a future world in peace? What advantages and what opportunities do we see in growing up in a multinational European Union? What kind of future with the other young people of our generation do we hope for? How should peace look like? (More than absence of war!?)
Discuss about these questions in your group, then make a plan what to show on your poster (maybe with photos and/or drawings?) using all your creativity ….

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PEACECAMP 2017: Two assignments for the Austrian group as a preparation for TALKS4PEACE

(1) MAKE A SHORT VIDEO WITH YOUR GROUP ABOUT VIOLENCE & DISCRIMI-NATION ISSUES IN YOUR COMMUNITY AND YOUR IDEAS FOR A BETTER & MORE PEACEFUL FUTURE (MAX. 5`, ENGLISH OR ENGLISH SUBTITLES).

  • Which forms of violence/discrimination/disrespect/repression are noticeable in our Austrian society? Against whom are they directed?
  • Which improvements would be desirable? Which first step could each of us take in order to contribute to a more peaceful/pleasant life for all of us? Give just one good example!

We are interested in your personal views! Discuss about these questions in your group, then make a plan what to show in your video and how to use all your creativity ….
The videos will be shown and discussed at the peacecamp 2017.

(2) MAKE ONE GROUP POSTER (maybe with photos and/or drawings) SHOWING YOUR VIEW OF WHAT IT MEANS FOR YOU TO BE A TEENAGER IN AUSTRIA TODAY

What does it mean for us to live in Austria (and in the European Union)?
What makes us proud or happy about living side by side in Austria? What do we regard as special about the intercultural and historical heritage of this country? What can we offer for a future world in peace? What advantages and what opportunities do we see in growing up in a multinational European Union? What kind of future with the other young people of our generation do we hope for? How should peace look like? (More than absence of war!?)

Discuss about these questions in your group, then make a plan what to show on your poster (maybe with photos and/or drawings?) using all your creativity ….

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Assignments for the workshops "Life Story Book" and "Culture Evening"

Assignment for the Workshop “Life Story Book”

• Please bring your personal real, not virtual (!) life story book with photos, documents and texts about your family and origins. You may want to show us a poem, a song, an anecdote about your personal family/ family members. You may want to make a family tree, or bring drawings, pictures or any other objects or documents portraying your family members, their countries of origins, languages spoken in your family, etc. Please bring ONE PERSONAL OBJECT that symbolizes your personal link to your family or to a particular family member.


Assignment Culture evening

Each group is requested to prepare a culture evening meant to convey in a joyful, creative, amusing, informative way what is special about their group. Feel free to create a picture of your own country/culture with all its particular features. You may want to bring/show us bits of music, art, literature, history, geography, important places, popular modes of entertainment, food – anything that belongs to your own country/culture that you identify with and are proud of.

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