The IO2 Peer Learning Activity, designed by partners from the Portuguese Youth Group Novo Mundo, was tested in Manisa Social Sciences High School. This activity consists of bringing together young people to exchange their know-how with each other. Students who are better informed or more capable of certain tasks or subjects show, train and teach their friends how to accomplish them. In return they gain benefits from the cooperation process. It would be ideal to discover the talents or strengths of students who are prone to suffer from loneliness or who are academically weaker than others. This way they can get a chance to assume a leading role in the school community. If the students in the cooperation have different abilities and strengths, peer support activities would yield the most effective results. In our case, a student with drawing and painting skills was given the responsibility to create a philosophy corridor at school. She showed her friends how to paint and together they painted a wall and designed other handcrafted materials.