Updated: Mar 16, 2018
In the evening of the very first day, participants of #Triangle4Youth had a great chance to learn more about each other!
Youth workers and local authority representatives had to prepare presentations of their organizations using flip-charts designed after Facebook Page profiles. Duration of each presentation was 3 minutes. Each 3 presentations were followed by the Q&A session, where participants were able to ask questions about presentators' organizations directly and speak about potential future collaborative projects. People explored the diversity of youth work in the participating organizations, identified interesting topics to work with during the job shadowing and youth exchanges.
We got to know each other's traditional dishes, culture and even dances at Multi-Kulti evening! National groups had to name 5 main things about their countries: reasons for making their countries top destinations for young people. And yeah, we had fun!
They're not always angry : )