Role in the society

Role in the society – Interview

Farid Saidane talks about the resentment caused by the feeling of stigma and repression experienced by young people in France, and probably in Europe.
For understanding this problem it’s necessary to consider their daily life in their neighbourhoods, to discuss with them and get to know their personal biographies. Generalist and vague policies can’t solve the problem.
It is time that France and Europe become aware of its multicultural identity.

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Role in the society

A New World

 

A rap against discrimination, a rap sung by ordinary people, struggling to find their place in society.
And they will find it.

Concept video and texts by Marco “Zuli” Zuliani

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Media stereotypes

What does “Jihad” mean?

 

“Jihad” is one of the words most frequently heard when it comes to radicalization.
This video help us to understand better where the concept comes from, taking into consideration the historical and religious references, to avoid falling into stereotypes that can be misleading and dangerous.

 

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Identity

Identity – Interview

Mohamed  Habbouche is a “life coach” and his work is encouraging young people to chose a life path and built their future.

Let’s hear from him why this is so important.

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Identity

I’m Amer Altaie

 

To leave the war behind the shoulders it’s possible. To restart in a new place, in a new context, to reconstruct a net of relationships and a way of living feeling at home.
Let’s listen to the Amer story, an Iraqi political refugee who lives in Turin.

French version >>

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Media War

Media war – Interview

“The normalization of violence” – Roberto Beneduce – Università di Torino
Roberto Beneduce, anthropologist and psychiatrist, talks about the relation between individual violence and the images of violence in the “normalization of violence” process.

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Discrimination

IT’S HARD TO LIVE HERE

 
Omar, a taxi driver in Barcelona, tells us his story.
There are many stories like his; those are stories of exclusion and discrimination.
This space is for you: let’s talk about it.

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