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Escape game 1: the sports dilemma

Awareness Conflict of interests Culture of integrity Escape games Monitoring yourself Power

Time

60 min

Group size

5-20

Applicable to
digital tools

YES

Difficulty

2/5

Time

60 min

Group size

5-20

Applicable to digital tools

YES

Difficulty

2/5
This activity allows the participants to create a code of useful and effective conduct by defining together how the group has to behave, with the power they delegate and their delegated power
This activity allows the participants to create a code of useful and effective conduct by defining together how the group has to behave, with the power they delegate and their delegated power

THEORY OF REFERENCE

GOALS

In this escape game questions about integrity, conflict of interest, and power dynamics will be at stake. The participants will question themselves and come face to face with many ethical dilemmas

AGE OF PARTICIPANTS

15 years old

METHODS

Ethical dilemma, critical thinking

EQUIPEMENT

Pens, A4 papers, post-it notes, a flipchart (or a digital presentation)

MATERIALS

Not provided

ESCAPE GAME

For an immersive experience of this topic, check out our Escape Game!

Instructions

Your volleyball team is on track for the finals, but a series of challenges stand in the way and you will have to make some tough choices. Which values will you follow? And with which outcomes?

POSSIBILE VARIATION

  • If you think it is necessary, at the very beginning, you can reflect on the concepts of entrusted power, abuse of power and conflict of interests by asking the participants to write three words defining, in their opinions, these concepts on post it notes. Then, everyone put them randomly on a flipchart and the group discuss them (instead of cards and flipchart, it is possible to use tools like ‘Mentimeter’ allowing young people to write words on their smartphones and send them on the screen)
  • To facilitate the participation (especially of young groups) it is possible to perform the ethical dilemmas as a theatrical activity. To do so, by the way, it is necessary to previously develop a script for the different roles.

DIGITAL TOOLS

Experience an ethical dilemma through this escape game, a challenge for young people to engage themselves in a playful way! https://demo.libre.tools/momo-chat/rev29/
Momo — More Monitoring Action in the EU