< 10 mins
Get girls involved in feedback, brainstorming and decision-making.
- Give each group a tablecloth and a pen. Ask them to divide the cloth in two.
- On one half, ask them to write down (or draw, with labels) all the things they like about their unit meetings. They should think about all aspects, for example the activities they do, how the activities are run, how they start and end a meeting and so on.
- On the other half, ask them to write or draw what would make their unit meetings even better. Use the feedback for when the unit next plans its programme.
- Any other comments or suggestions about the meetings could be discussed in more detail by the group as a whole, and any changes voted on.
Decision-making can sometimes result in disagreements. Learn more about managing challenges from girls with our Guiding Conversation on behaviour.
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