The LEMA Project
Social inclusion of highly marginalised young people in urban settings
The rationale of the LEMA project is the global concern for the challenges of marginalized young people. These challenges are manifested in different ways in relation to education, work and everyday life. In this collaboration between Denmark (Copenhagen), Sweden (Malmö) and Spain (Málaga) these factors are analyzed from the experiences of young people in that situation.
On this webapp you will find guidance and practical tips/advice, teaching materials and other inspirational resources for professionals, students, target groups and others involved in inclusive participatory pedagogy research and practice. Our aim is:
Urban Methods. Developed as a part of the urban profile education for special and social educators at Copenhagen University College the Spaghetti Diagram is a quick and visual quantitative method to analyze human movement in urban spaces.
City mapping is a qualitative method to explore the perception of urban spaces.
About the project The rationale of the project is the global concern for the challenges of marginalized young people in relation to education, work and everyday life.
What institutions / organisations are key players in prevention and intervention, and how do professionals navigate the limitations and possibilities of urban space?