The Youth Dialogue Handbook

A handbook designed during the delivery of Wahda, a programme delivered in partnership with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Tony Blair Institute (TBI) to examine the efficacy of youth dialogue, aimed at identifying bias, increasing tolerance, and fostering open-mindedness across diverse communities in Lebanon.

We are extending this resource to educators around the world to support them in building dialogic communities and to teach young people these valuable skills in their local contexts. This handbook provides a practical resource to support teachers, facilitators, youth volunteers, practitioners, dialogue trainers, and anyone who wants to give young people, whether in school or elsewhere, an exceptional experience of dialogue with their peers and community.

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