Let's Debate: street demonstration adventure

Make up your top five topics that are worth demonstrating for on the streets!

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Make sure to check the additional game information for tips on facilitating a peaceful debate.


Players discuss the 11 topics on the poster. Make sure everyone understands what each topic stands for.


Now ask the players to make a top 5 (individually) of the topics close to their hearts. Which issue would they take to the streets to demonstrate for? Ask some/all players to share their individual top 5.


Give the players some time to come up with a top 5 for the whole group. Can they compromise on the issues they all think are relevant? Let them explain why.

Extra game information

The topics: 

(1) Rainbow flag (LGBTQI+) - (2) Social media - (3) Multicultural community - (4) Religion - (5) Vegetarian food - (6) Means of transportation - (7) Alcohol/smoking - (8) Elections/voting - (9) Weapons - (10) Robots - (11) Gender - (12) Question mark (own topic)

Tips for the youth worker to facilitate peaceful debate: establish a code of conduct with the players at the beginning of the game. A code of conduct is a "document" that lists the expected behaviours of all members of a group, and the behaviours that are unacceptable when interacting with each other.

You can draft a code of conduct together with the children/young people, and do this at the beginning of the game. Take a large piece of paper and pens and have the players think about rules they think are important in a group discussion. These rules are created by them, resulting in more loyalty towards them. Have them sign the code of conduct.


  • You can also ask for the top five to be limited to the top three.
  • Group players with the same priorities and have them prepare a demonstration on their topic, e.g. slam poetry or slogan-making.

Specific learning objectives

  • Learning to listen to an argument without interrupting.
  • Respecting different opinions.
  • Learning how to inhibit direct responses and big emotions.
  • Learning how to take another point of view.

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