The “Morethanonestory” card game and its applications in our practice

Led by Anne-Claude Lambelet

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Date(s) - 06/05/2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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Location Basel/venue to be confirmed


Developed by the youth and the Department of Culture and Leisure of the Municipality of Simrishamn, in Sweden the More Than One Story card game has proven to be a valuable tool for social workers, teachers, religious leaders, event coordinators and youth leaders, as it helps build bridges between people of all ages, backgrounds and cultures.

Wherever fears and prejudices tend to keep people isolated from those who seem different, More Than One Story is being used to facilitate the process of integration and inclusion, the opening of hearts and minds.

The More Than One Story project has received Swedish and European Public Service awards. It was awarded with the Intercultural Innovation Award 2014 by the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations and the BMW Group. In 2015, More Than One Story was chosen as the winner of the Council of Europe’s Democracy Innovation Award by the participants of the World Forum for Democracy in Strasbourg.

This interactive and fun session will :

  • Introduce the game and convey in what contexts it can be prove valuable to your practice
  • Let you experience how to use it first hand
  • Facilitate the sharing of reflections on best practices.

This session is designed for trainers, coaches and consultants working or studying in the area of integration and intercultural communication or anyone interested in the topic.


This MeetUP is free for SIETAR Switzerland members
Other SIETAR Associations and Members of ICF Basel: CHF 10.-/participant.
Friends and Followers : CHF 15.-/participant.

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