Making a positive contribution

As a guide to which of the sections below to use with the young person, we suggest that you use the online assessment tool Developing a suitable intervention programme (Word 17KB).

 

What could I do?

What could I do?

In this activity, young people learn that we can all make a positive contribution to animal welfare.They also consider which activities that make a positive contribution to animal welfare are easy or difficult for individuals to do.


Number of participants: You can run this activity with just one person, or in a small group.


How long it will take: The activities will take 30-40 minutes.

 

Download full facilitation guide: What could I do? (Word 3MB)

 

Included in this guide:

  • Facilitators' notes

Volunteering

Volunteering

In this activity, young people learn that we can all make a positive contribution to animal welfare.


Number of participants: You can run this activity with just one person, or in a small group.


How long it will take: The activities will take about 45 minutes.

 

Included in this guide:

  • Facilitators' notes

Standing up to others

Standing up to others

In this activity, young people learn that we can all make a positive contribution to animal welfare. They also consider ways it may be possible to stand up to other people who are being cruel.


Number of participants: You can run this activity with just one person, or in a small group.


How long it will take: The activities will take up to 45 minutes, depending on the method you choose.

 

Included in this guide:

  • Activity sheets