This method is quick and gives participants the opportunity to make a comment, if they wish to.

Time: 20 minutes

Preparation

• Think of 3 or 4 questions to ask. For example, Did you enjoy the activity? Did you learn
anything new? Will you be able to use what you have learnt in your daily life?
• Make 4 signs on A4 paper: "yes", "no", "I don't know" and "I want to say something".
Tape these to the four walls of the room.

Instructions

1. Point out the signs on the four walls and explain that they represent four different points
of view. Explain that only those people who stand along the wall "I want to say something"
may speak.
2. Explain that you are going to read out a question and that participants should position
themselves along the wall that represents their response. People may move position during
the exercise.
3. Ask the first question about the activity.
4. Give people time to position themselves; then invite those who want to say something to
comment.

COMPASS

Manual for Human Rights Education
with Young People