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Entrepreneurship Summit 2013 in Berlin: Präsentation von Anne Kjaer Reichert

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Die Präsentation "kids - have a dream" von Anne Kjaer Reichert in dem Workshop "Express your dream" auf dem Entrepreneurship Summit 2013 in Berlin.

Die Präsentation "kids - have a dream" von Anne Kjaer Reichert in dem Workshop "Express your dream" auf dem Entrepreneurship Summit 2013 in Berlin.

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  • Rotary Peace fellow – Tokyo 2010-2012How many has dreams – task – Yesterday we went out to explore what children in Istanbul dream about…. Here is the video
  • My project was inspired by this young man…
  • When I worked for the organization, I started to ask myself what the world would be like, if we were all able to share our dreams and aspirations with the world – just like Nkosi had done.
  • Project
  • MIssion
  • And you may think speaking about dreams is a soft topic – but this workshop in a UN refugee camp was almost called off, because the UN directored was scared of the consequences, when kids started to share their dreams with the local community.
  • And you may think speaking about dreams is a soft topic – but this workshop in a UN refugee camp was almost called off, because the UN directored was scared of the consequences, when kids started to share their dreams with the local community.
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    • 1. CONTACT // ANNE KJÆR RIECHERT – ANNE@KIDSHAVEADREAM.COM
    • 2. Agenda Check in Kids Have a Dream Why dream? Express your dream - draw Share your dream - exhibition Reflections
    • 3. Rules One conversation at a time Defer judgment 1 hand up = Shhhhh….
    • 4. Check in Name: Company: Dream = 1 word
    • 5. NKOSI JOHNSON HAD A DREAM
    • 6. Slide 2 IMAGINE IF WE ALL SHARED OUR DREAMS!
    • 7. MISSION // COLLECT DREAMS FROM GLOBAL YOUTH & EXHIBIT THEM IN PUBLIC
    • 8. INSPIRE PERSONAL IMAGINATION INCREASE GLOBAL TOLERANCE EMPOWER LOCAL CHANGE MAKERS PURPUSE // ENCOURAGE INTERCULTURAL COLLABORATION
    • 9. WORKSHOP EXHIBITION
    • 10. EXPLORE Collective discussion & creative exercises DREAM Individual process & coaching WORKSHOP DESIGN // 3 HOURS DISCOVER Plenary session & future action
    • 11. PARTICPANTS // 3000+ YOUTH IN 23 COUNTRIES (*Sept 2013)
    • 12. IMPACT STORIES
    • 13. DREAMING … IS HOW REVOLUTIONS START
    • 14. DREAMING … IS INFLUENCING POLITICS
    • 15. DREAMING… IS VIRAL
    • 16. Why dream? 1) Choose a dream 2) Groups of 5 – discuss - What dream have I chosen & why? - Discuss: Dreams are important because… 3) 1 person takes notes
    • 17. share Dreams are important because…
    • 18. what is your dream? - Draw it, don’t write - Use the entire paper if possible - Ask each open-ended questions - Hang it on the wall - Consider next steps
    • 19. exhibition I dream of … My next step is …
    • 20. learning What do I take away from today?
    • 21. DO YOU? CONTACT // ANNE@KIDSHAVEADREAM.COM