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We collected some feedback on the peerthink conference and tried to take it to heart while we were
revising our products in the project’s last two months. We couldn’t do all, but we wrote some introductions, added layout, wrote a little self learn tool on Intersectionality etc.etc. There is  much more to do and we hope that PeerThink might inspire you to improve what we started…
Thanks to all who shared their thoughts with us!


•    The effort to link theory and practice.
•    The idea to work with constructions of Violence perpetrators
•    Exchange of work practices; evaluation of some aspects of the work we are doing/performing within our organisations
•    the choice to discuss methods with experts in their field/to get to know more methods
•    to see or to perceive some methods from other country I haven't seen before
•    international team of moderators
•    The group is too big for a discussion, but the debates are very interesting.
•    It was a great opportunity to meet practitioners of the field of violence.
•    approaching the issue from an intersectional point of view addressing the issue of violence that is actually an outcome of several other factors, and looking at those factors too
•    good theoretical basis, all in all
•    the contents and how they are presented (language level e.g.), the methods
•    The manual provides many different methods on intersectional peer Violence prevention
•    Practice-connection + many different methods/self learn modules + self reflection
•    Exercises/Information can be used in trainings very easily.
•    Stressing the importance of knowing the social (and material) background of a young person we try to help to when dealing with violence; multiple structure of his/her identity, thinking the sociel categories together ...
•    “At last“ theory met practice...
•    enough time to discuss/positive atmosphere
•    very good progresses!!/suitable for teachers/educators (who also need nowadays, social/multicultural“ skills)/what about using them also with youngsters?
•    suitable for teacher/educator/self learn module
•    Manual: Self-learn module is great idea, I like your humor! The reflection on own biography is an effective invitation to get into the material
•    Easy access/„funny“/Intensity/Innovative (at least for me).
•    Would add more questions on Gender“ module, about the personal approach to gender/sex in the working context.
•    Did you already test it with the target?/ Does the modules have a common structure?
•    What about doing diverse levels for each module? Or one for professionals and the other for Youth?

•    Focus on precisely identified topics.
•    to prevent dichotomization/to give space for deconstruction of dualist categories beyond cognitive discussions
•    more context of violence and focus groups
•    I would have liked to get to know more methods
•    more about method/ not only one method
•    not to use stereotypes
•    I would like to have a more structured discussion.
•    implementation lacks
•    more needs to be invested in developing a functional implementation plan
•    connection with non-formal Education actors needs to be further explored
•    the printed version is much easier to handle and to understand than website version
•    letters on the website are too small! I get older, my eyes...
•    there is more than race and gender...
•    Session 4 (self learn tools): intersectionality/introduction methods, overview of methods (list)
•    glossary: not enlarge it, the definitions, should be short, maybe additional suggestions for further information.
•    more pictures
•    use individual biographies/examples, to show what intersectionality means – especially the interconnections. And: examples for traps, what intersectionality is
•    Print version
•    We didn't talk about the recomandations of the theorists to the practionists how to use the new approach which should be (or already is...) intersectional. - In a way: something that would bring together the ways of using the manual of PeerThink, especially the methods that can stress the speciality of intersectionality.
•    self learn modules. Summing up: be careful with abbreviation (n-word ???)/Ethnicity is much more than „race“,the questions on the self perceptions are ALL about only this [?]It is a pity!!
•    Theory-practice-connection is not so clear
•    manual layout
•    some content are for a social worker self evident and somehow self referring
•    unclear concept: ethnicity
•    Self-learn module seems to stick in the categories
•    an introduction to the glossary that explains it's gaps
•    Use a more intercultural approach, e.g. changing some parts that obviously are accidental influenced. [Respondent has drawn an arrow to the terms „product, output of the project
•    (manual, methods...) and written:] Answer all together!

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