Mentors Handbook “Peer to Peer”
This handbook was created by a team of authors who provide mentoring in youth non-formal education programs. Its title, A Peer to Peer, has been selected for a reason: in our activities we follow the idea that mentoring involves collaboration of equal people.
This book was based on a wealth of experience gained over a couple of years of work, including in the Civic Involvement Workshop program. It was the format of initiative implementation by participants that served as an ideal foundation for demonstration of mentoring skills by program trainees and trainers. The section of this handbook on methodological tools brings together everything that we use ourselves, everything that has been tested in practice and proved effective.