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Tool for identifying the needs of partners and young people

Tool for identifying the needs of partners and young people

” The Photography and the Film for Social Inclusion and Intercultural Education of Young People”. Questionnaire to identify the context and needs of partner institutions regarding the project ” The Photography and the Film for Social Inclusion and Intercultural Education of Young People”.

1. What is the intercultural social context in your region? •  a significant number of young migrants coming, especially from African countries, often marginalized by the native population; •  a significant number of young people of other nationalities and ethnicities, examples: Migrants and refugees EU and Non-EU •  a significant number of young people, descendants of refugees from Palestine and Syria, in order to avoid the invasions of the migratory peoples and who have largely preserved their language and culture. • a significant number of young people with reduced opportunities coming from families with low material incomes or unemployed, with a low degree of education; •  young people from families who went to work in a foreign country, with a low degree of tolerance towards young people from other cultures; •  young people from low education families who cannot provide children with the necessary educational skills; •  a small number of young people from migrant families established in the region for commercial affairs or employment; •  a significant number of immigrants, coming from various European and Asian countries, living in camps, migrant campuses, or social centers; • poor families with low incomes and living in rural areas, forced to cope with financial problems and poverty, with a low level of education; • multicultural groups due to migrations from all continents, between which there are intercultural conflicts; • multicultural school populations made up of children of immigrants living in refugee camps, young people from rural areas, Roma youth often been seen with discrimination.

*  immigrants or families living in the rural areas of the region under threat of exclusion, considered to be the second class, according to the common opinion of the local stereotypical society. These are : – economic immigrants and refugees from different countries of the world, who are trying to find a better place to continue their life. – Roma families living in a high degree of poverty and marginalization; * the local population often has prejudices, discriminatory and marginalizing behaviors of young people from other cultures and ethnic groups who often have antisocial behaviors; the same behaviors are observed at marginalized young people, often generating intercultural conflicts that must be professionally managed by the youth workers and social workers. * insufficient contribution of schools in the region, which offers an undifferentiated curriculum of intercultural, social and civic education, based, especially on knowledge transfer and less on outdoor activities.

2. What are the needs of youth workers, social workers, and other people involved in the education of young people, in your association or region, related to your context?

• to diversify the working strategies with the young people in the region, in order to train them: non-discriminatory behaviors, adapting skills to groups and to new cultural habits, communication skills using their own culture as support for intercultural dialogue. • the need for working techniques and the inclusion of young migrants in schools and their support to adapt to the culture of the groups they enter and the people who adopt them; • new strategies for resolving intercultural conflicts in groups and integrating marginalized young people; • familiarization with European instruments for intercultural education of young people, in order to later respond to the needs of its members on various educational topics. • strategies for resolving intercultural conflicts between young people, to help them adapt to the new living environments they come into contact with. • Developing the capacity of partner organizations, through European collaboration, to be able to carry out projects in the future to help young people of different cultures adapt to the culture of the places, but also to the locals to accept them with their cultural aspects, to be tolerant and even to help them in their adaptation efforts.

3. What are the topics that attract young people in your region? – ICT and media – Cultural elements – Creativity and knowledge – Exchanges with young people from other European countries – Meet young people from other European countries – To promote their national cultural values Note: – check your answers and fill them. – write down the name of your association, the person completing the questionnaire, and its function.

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