Activities from this publication can be implemented individually or in a group. They encourage creative expression through writing and drawing about topics like solidarity, human rights, discrimination, poverty, war, foreigner, dialogue, multiculturalism, minorities and so on. Some of the activities are based on creative stories which could be used as a starting point of a discussion (e.g. with whom would you rather share sleeping room in a train – young artist who is HIV positive, older Roma women with a small child, radical feminist, skinhead and so on); and some of the activities are using interesting questions to provoke discussion (is it better to be African-American or homosexual).
This publication is great for youth workers who want to fight against prejudices; who want to connect young people from different cultural background and who want to adjust mentioned themes to young people through creative non-formal methods.