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Travaux identitaires pour le vivre ensemble dans une citoyenneté interculturelle
Date du début: 1 nov. 2015, Date de fin: 31 oct. 2017 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

A resident on two in urban sensitive areas came from immigration (Liberation, nov 2011). In the large European cities, the concentration of immigrants in the slums has an impact on their integration, their desire for participation in democratic institutions and their self-image and perception of others. Several studies show that young people see this segregation as negative, and realise they’re receiving poorer educational opportunities and chances of success arte lower than in other parts of the city. (Douzet, Robine 2013). Moreover, the weight of prejudice tends to increase in periods marked by crises (economic, social or political), so the"people from immigration" become the first scapegoats (Leyens, J.P; 1994). The danger occurs when young people internalize these prejudices as part of their identities and replicating the behaviors associated to them. (concept "of negative identity' developed by the psychologist Camilleri, C 1990). The TICI project aims at the exploration and development of adaptive, beneficial and multicultural identity strategies among young people living in sensitive areas in order to foster their personal development and living together. Specific objectives: Towards the young from 16 to 25 years residing in disadvantaged and multicultural neighbourhoods: -Explore their own dynamics and identity strategies while recognizing and identifying those that are more adaptive, beneficial and consistent with the living together. -Through an artistic experience, (creation of short films) address the causes that can be the basis of identity conflicts so that develop social skills (interpersonal collaboration, oral communication, conflict management) -Increase their motivation and commitment in the multicultural civic life and living together How? through a combined methodology of action and research (interviews filmed by peers) and esthetical intervention (creation of documentaries and short films) To professionals of youth working with young people from difficult neighbourhoods: -facilitate the understanding of identity issues and their impacts on the lives of young people -give concrete and practical ideas for interactive activities with youth that promote dialogue and living together -the tools so that they can better assist youth in the process of building healthy and appropriate intercultural identities. How? Through an innovative non-formal methodology based on an action and research made by the same young people and enriched with theories on subjects and practical activities. Target groups: -young people 16/25 years old, residing in disadvantaged and multicultural neighborhoods -Youth Professional Workers (educators, facilitators, advisors) working in disadvantaged areas. A total of 5950 persons belonging to the two target groups will be involved in the project both directly and indirectly. Activities: For young people: -' workshops: documentary-research - Action '. -"workshops:"short films for a multicultural citizenship and living together. For Youth Professional Workers -workshops to teach them to use the Toolbox "mosaic of identities." -international training -an international conference For both group targets -Participation in the Forums "Everydody for a multicultural citizenship and the living together '. Methodology -Research - participatory action -Esthetical approach -Non-formal education Results -A report on the Action and research methodology -5 documentaries on "the identities of young people in multicultural neighborhoods and the living together" -1 research report -15 short films -Training for Youth Professional Workers -An interactive portal with educational resources and artistic online Impacts a) at the end of the project the young people of sensitive and multicultural neighbourhoods: -will identified and developed more intercultural, healthy and adaptive, identity strategies in conformity with the living together. -will develop social skills (interpersonal collaboration, oral communication, conflict management), as well as related to the action-research methodology -increase the motivation and engagement in civic and multicultural life b) Youth Professional Workers: -will have a clearer understanding of identity issues among young people from disadvantaged and multicultural districts, as well as resources to better support them in the process of healthy and adapted construction of intercultural identities healthy and responsive. Partners: 5 TICI partners represent different geographic areas and disciplines, which will mutually enrich themselves during the life of the project.



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