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This page is an overview of the activ­i­ties con­nect­ed to the LEMA project.

A plane seen from a yard passing over buildings

Eksem­pel på et spaghet­ti-dia­gram udført af en gruppe studerende

Transnational Projects Meetings 

Dur­ing the project of three years, there will be held four Transna­tion­al Project Meet­ings to secure the progress, intel­lec­tu­al out­puts, results and impact of the LEMA project. The venues of the transna­tion­al meet­ings will be dis­trib­uted between the three coun­tries. Each transna­tion­al meet­ing will be held for three days includ­ing trav­el days and will include inten­siv sem­i­nars and field trips to insti­tu­tions or local projects with­in the area of social inclu­sion of high­ly mar­gin­alised youth (p. 10) (more on p. 61) 

Intellectual Outputs 

The first part of the project will be to map exist­ing research about the mar­gin­al­is­ing con­se­quences of urban real­i­ties, and how these con­se­quences affect the work of pro­fes­sion­als. This map­ping will con­sist of two stages: 

  • Map­ping of the local urban real­i­ties – part­ner insti­tu­tions of each par­tic­i­pat­ing coun­try will map projects and skills with­in their local set­ting – Copen­hagen, Mala­ga and Malmö. 
  • Map­ping of the local-nation­al con­nec­tions – mir­ror­ing and reflect­ing on dif­fer­ences and similarities. 

The objec­tive of the map­ping (state-of-the-art) is to pro­duce a frame­work nation­al­ly and transna­tion­al­ly, that address­es the fol­low­ing questions: 

  • Con­sid­er­ing the dif­fer­ent real­i­ties under inves­ti­ga­tion, how is urban youth mar­gin­al­i­sa­tion pro­duced, iden­ti­fied and per­ceived in the urban and socio-cul­tur­al con­texts at hand? What are key indi­ca­tors (social, phys­i­cal and polit­i­cal) in this local­ly spe­cif­ic area/reality?
  • What insti­tu­tions and/or organ­i­sa­tions (public/private) are key play­ers in pre­ven­tion and inter­ven­tion activ­i­ties in the respec­tive urban areas/realities and what are the insti­tu­tion­al, social and geo­graph­i­cal frame­works they oper­ate within?
  • How do pro­fes­sion­als in these dif­fer­ent con­texts nav­i­gate the lim­i­ta­tions and pos­si­bil­i­ties of urban space(s) and insti­tu­tion­al con­texts in their work with mar­gin­alised youth? (p. 74) 

Learning, Teaching, Training Activities 

To realise the IO2, the Moroc­can Asso­ci­a­tion for the Inte­gra­tion of Immi­grants (AM) will be in charge of organ­is­ing a trans-Euro­pean work­shop held in Mala­ga. The main tar­get par­tic­i­pants are youth at-risk groups from each coun­try. Oth­er tar­get par­tic­i­pants include actions researchers and pro­fes­sion­als from the part­ner­ship countries. 

As described in IO2, the work­shop can be described as an analy­sis work­shop (the method­ol­o­gy for which was devel­oped by 3B part­ners). Besides the ana­lyt­i­cal activ­i­ty that the work­shop pro­vides, there will also be field­trips to at-risk hous­ing areas and urban set­tings in the three countries. 

The goal of this activ­i­ty is that at-risk youth meet and share expe­ri­ences and learn about con­di­tions in oth­er countries. 

This activ­i­ty will result in an impor­tant analy­sis of the voiced and shared expe­ri­ences of the at-risk youth from the three dif­fer­ent coun­tries and the three dif­fer­ent urban real­i­ties. The analy­sis will form part of the data col­lec­tion and analy­sis used to devel­op the PSP mod­el. Addi­tion­al­ly, the par­tic­i­pat­ing youth will also take with them many new expe­ri­ences and insights. 

Lead­ing Organ­i­sa­tion: Aso­ciación Mar­ro­quí para la Inte­gra­cion de los Inmigrantes