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40-60 mins

Time: 40-60 mins
Topic: Democracy, Environment, Justice, International
Location: Inside
  Youth Statement challenge During the conference the young people involved in COY16 create a statement of their demands and recommendations. The statement will have input from young people all over the globe from different nationalities and backgrounds. Youth organisations have been encouraged to get involved and create their own pledges. Here at Woodcraft we… Read More »Create a Youth Statement
Time: 40-60 mins
Topic: Peace
Location: Inside
Can you make some bunting that shows what peace means to you?
Time: 40-60 mins
Topic: Identity & Culture, Equality & Inclusion
Location: Inside, Outside
Make a miniature Pride Parade to celebrate the LGBTQI+ community
Time: 40-60 mins
Topic: Environment
Location: Inside
Build your very own orchestra with the contents of your recycling bin
Time: 20-40 mins
Topic: Just for Fun
Location: Outside
The brass rubbing game is a great way to look at your area in a different way –  seeking out details you have never noticed before. Getting Started: This creative game is one that works well in an urban area. You can play alone, or with a few friends or family members.  If you are… Read More »Brass Rubbing Game
Time: 40-60 mins
Topic: Environment
Location: Outside
Head off on a walk with a sense of adventure and an open mind... and a penny!
Time: 40-60 mins
Topic: Environment
Location: Outside
Litter picking can be one of the best and easiest ways to take social action in your area! 
Time: 40-60 mins
Topic: Equality & Inclusion, Justice
Location: Outside
Explore your local area and think about how we remember and celebrate the past in place names
Time: 40-60 mins
Topic: Environment, STEM
Location: Inside
Find out about the greenhouse effect and then make a video to share with others
Time: 40-60 mins
Topic: Human Rights, Poverty, International
Location: Inside, Online
Explore other people's lives and illustrate a typical day in your life — how are they the same and where do they differ?