We live in a world of dynamic changes that affect global policy, economy and ecology. How not to get lost and be part of these processes, actively shaping our common future? We addressed these and other questions at the second transnational project meeting in Slovakia.
In the beautiful scenery of the Slovak Tatra Mountains, we were talking about what tools teachers need to involve their students in these processes. The CRS team together with their partners, Slovakian TANDEM and Hungarian Rogers Foundation tested the New Shores Game for Democracy with twenty current and future teachers and youth leaders. Their valuable comments will surely contribute to the improvement of the game and other innovative tools that will be part of the project.