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BLIND X-PERIENCE CHALLENGE OF WATER FAIR TRADE COFFEE GAME HIV/AIDS – the world of HIV IDENTITY OF CULTURE LEVEL PLAYING FIELD SOME, TONNES, NONE STRUGGLE FOR SURVIVAL ('PAPER BAG' SIMULATION)

BLIND X-PERIENCE

Without sight, participants will learn to manage daily tasks using sound, touch and scent and are invited to experience the creativity and extraordinary capabilities of the visually impaired.

Age Group: 7 – Adult
Ideal Group Size: 8-15
Time: 1-2 hours
Intensity: 8

CHALLENGE OF WATER

Water XThis This simulation brings to life the burden shouldered by 1.1 billion people who lack access to clean water. It invites participants to consider solutions to this global challenge.

Age Group: 5 – 10
Ideal Group Size: 30-80
Time: 1 hour
Intensity: 6

FAIR TRADE COFFEE GAME

RS52624_IMG_8998Participants engage in the supply chain issues that perpetuate the gap between rich and poor. Stimulating discussion invites all to look for alternatives.

Age Group: 12 – Adult
Ideal Group Size: 20+
Time: An hour
Intensity: 6

HIV/AIDS – the world of HIV

ConvRS2819_Reception (22)ersation that explores the world of HIV and life-style choices that impact the spread of the virus.

Age Group: 14 – Adult
Ideal Group Size: 10-35
Time: 45 minutes

IDENTITY OF CULTURE

IMG_5731A simulation exploring multiculturalism and diversity, cultural identities and interpersonal relating.

Age Group: 16 – Adult
Ideal Group Size: 20+
Time: 2 hours
Intensity: 7

LEVEL PLAYING FIELD

LevelParticipants play soccer, with uneven teams and rules simulating the international trade challenges faced by poorer nations. Players are weighted according to their countries’ economic and educational levels, tariffs and other trade constraints, micro/macro economic factors and further issues. Ensuing discussion analyses these issues at the global level.

Age Group: 13 – Adult
Ideal Group Size: 20+
Time: 2 hours
Intensity: 6

SOME, TONNES, NONE

STNParticipants must deal, first hand, with the unequal distribution of food on our planet. By the end of this exercise, they understand why hunger is, by far, the biggest killer in the world today.

Age Group: 5 – 10
Ideal Group Size: 30+
Time: 1 hour
Intensity: 4

STRUGGLE FOR SURVIVAL ('PAPER BAG' SIMULATION)

Participants try to earn enough to survive by making paper bags out of newspaper and home made glue. They must earn enough to pay for rent, food, sanitation, medical needs and, if they are fortunate, education. Those that cannot make it end up in the hands of a loan shark. This game throws participants into the hopelessness and intricacy of the poverty web.

Age Group: 14 – Adult
Ideal Group Size: 30+
Time: 2 hours
Intensity: 8