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Workshops

The participants had the opportunity to choose between eight different workshops that were scheduled from Tuesday until Thursday. 

Ehama Council

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One of the most  popular workshops was the Ehama Council which was taught by American Indians from the Ehama Institute in California, USA.  The participants used an ancient Indian method to solve problems related to sustainability and future. 

 

Messenger for the Future

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In the workshop ‘Messenger for the Future‘ the participants had the chance to learn how to do woodcarving. Under the direction of Andreas Buttinger– Caspar they built wooden statues that were taken to the German and Polish members of the government.

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Furthermore the young people participated in ‘Drum and Dance‘ directed by two famous drummers from Ghana, in improvised theatre, in Taketina, Juggling and Power of Language. On Friday, the participants of a number of workshops performed what they had learned for the others.