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    • FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS AND CITIZENSHIP Call for proposals JLS/FRC/2007 Specific transnational projects Directorate-General Justice, Freedom, Security European Commission TITLE: “Living Together: European Citizenship against Racism and Xenophobia” Transnational Consortium: Spain: - Leader: Observatorio Español del Racismo y la Xenofobia (OBERAXE) – Monitoring Centre of Racism and Xenophobia. - Other: Casa Árabe, Movimiento contra la Intolerancia, Cruz Roja, CEPAIM y Diputación de Barcelona. Portugal: - ACIDI - CIG The Netherlands: - Rotterdam Erasmus University Sweden: - Centre Mot Racism. Finland: - Ministry of Interior - Finnish League and Human Rights Project length: 18 months (December 2008 – June 2010) The project is focussed on the following priorities of the call for proposal: One of the aims of the program is:  to fight against racism, xenophobia and anti-Semitism and to promote a better interfaith and intercultural understanding and improved tolerance throughout the European Union;
    • In 2008 the EC will give priority to projects which aims are framed within the following priority, among others: Combating racism, xenophobia and anti-Semitism  supporting actions aimed at fighting traditional and new stereotypes whose persistence or diffusion are at the roots of racist attitudes, speech, discriminatory action and violent incidents;  encouraging initiatives aiming at fostering the divulgation at large of the unsoundness of such stereotypes, as well as those aimed at fostering mutual understanding between majority and minority populations; Projects prepared by diverse teams that present projects aimed at developing crosscommunity approaches will be prioritised. Project aims: General aim: To promote a European discourse of tolerance based in the generation of coexistence and respect arguments, recognition of the difference and building a European citizenship away from any kind of racism and xenophobia. Specific aims 1. To identify and analyse prejudices, stereotypes and fears of the citizenship that are generating racist and xenophobic discourses, and discriminatory actions, identifying main “social believes” that are creating the legitimisation of racist attitudes in different European countries. 2. To detect and collect discourses of tolerance, coexistence models and mechanism that are being developed in different European countries with the aim of getting to know diverse strategies in the fight against racism, xenophobia and discrimination due to origin, and identify best practices that promote the dialogue among different communities and sensibilities from a down-up approach. 3. To build a Decalogue of common arguments that, supported by a cognitive, social and discursive dimension, could neutralise the racists and xenophobic discourses and constitute a powerful tool for social agents as teachers, policy, social leaders, professionals from mass media, etc… FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS AND CITIZENSHIP Version: 1.7 | April 21st 2008 | Page 2 of 6 OBERAXE
    • 4. To generate a transnational mechanism of surveillance and reaction since to new racist discourses. Project phases: 1. Kick off phase (15/12/2008 – 30/01/2009) 2. Definition and design of common methodologies (1/02/2009 – 28/02/2009). a. 1st transnational working meeting, where a common methodology should be agreed on the following: i. Focus groups (composition, structure, etc.…) ii. Identification and collection of tools, models, discourses, etc… related to the fight against racism, xenophobia and the discrimination on the grounds of racial and ethnic origin. iii. Forums/working round tables (composition, structure, etc…) iv. Structure and initial proposal of foreseen documents. v. Network of European Organisations (composition, structure, etc…) 3. Research, work-field (1/03/2009 – 30/06/2009) a. Call for focus groups in Spain, Portugal, Finland and Sweden (at least 2 per country): i. Identification of participants. ii. Holding of the groups. iii. Elaboration of conclusions report, imaginary. b. Identification of discourses, initiatives, tools, models, etc… of tolerance and coexistence: i. Definition of common criteria: 1. Discourses and arguments both political and from ONGs working in the field. 2. Projects, initiatives in the fight against racism and xenophobia. 3. Models of coexistence, dialogue and citizenship participation. FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS AND CITIZENSHIP Version: 1.7 | April 21st 2008 | Page 3 of 6 OBERAXE
    • ii. Design and elaboration of a common space where to include all the collected information. 4. Proposals of common arguments of coexistence and respect, recognition of the difference and building of a European citizenship (1/07/2009 – 30/11/2009) a. Constitution and holding of 4 multidisciplinary expert Forums/round tables in Spain, Portugal, Sweden and Finland. Particularly the cities involved in the project will provide case studies and their specific experience in how they have developed a tolerance and coexistence discourse. i. Composition, structure and call (university, NGOs, national, regional and local public authority, etc ...) 1. Experts Forum/round table for the development of proposals aimed to public authorities (educative institutions, public health, etc) in order to build arguments and mechanisms to fight racist and discriminatory attitudes and discourses. 2. Experts Forum/round table for the development of proposals that could be used by NGOs to set up awareness campaigns, arguments and mechanisms to fight racist and discriminatory attitudes and discourses. 3. Experts Forum/round table for the development of proposals aimed to mass media in order to avoid racist, xenophobic and discriminatory attitudes and discourses. 4. Provide a conclusions report for every round table. b. Holding of the second transnational working meeting. c. Elaboration of a citizenship, tolerance and dialogue Decalogue built from the forums/round tables conclusions. 5. Develop a surveillance and reaction transnational mechanism behind new racist and discriminatory discourses (1/12/2009 – 15/06/2010) a. Creation and constitution of a European organizations network adhered to the Decalogue that will act as a transnational mechanism of surveillance and reaction behind new racist and discriminatory discourses. i. Network structure and composition. FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS AND CITIZENSHIP Version: 1.7 | April 21st 2008 | Page 4 of 6 OBERAXE
    • ii. Tools and coordination mechanism definition, surveillance and reaction behind new racist discourses: early warning system. iii. Tools and mechanisms definition in order to provide the Decalogue dissemination and its use by the social agents in the different countries. 6. Evaluation, transferability and sustainability analysis and project closing (15/05/2010 – 15/06/2010) a. Final transnational conference. b. Final external evaluation. c. Final project report. Results/Products: • Different participant countries NGOs and associations involved in the foreseen activities during the project. Tools for their implication and participation promotion: dissemination list, suggestions mailbox, forums. • Focus groups holding - at least 2 per country (Spain, Portugal, Finland and Sweden)– where discourses and citizens real imaginary appear. • Initiatives, tools models, etc repository to fight racism, xenophobia and discrimination on the grounds of ethic and racial ground: identified in European countries end developed both in the public (national, regional or local) as well as private area: o Political and NGOs working in the subject discourses and arguments. o Projects, initiatives. o Coexistence, dialogue, citizenship participation, etc models. • Constitution and holding of 4 multidisciplinary experts Forums/round tables (university, NGOs, national, regional and local authorities, etc) • Conclusions report for each round table (4 reports). • Elaboration of a citizenship, tolerance and dialogue Decalogue built from the forum conclusions. Available in the languages of the project (English, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Swedish and Finnish) both in paper and digital format edition. The Decalogue will be also developed as audiovisual material in order to be disseminated in digital format to the different involved agents. • European organizations Network performed and started. FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS AND CITIZENSHIP Version: 1.7 | April 21st 2008 | Page 5 of 6 OBERAXE
    • • 2 transnational working meetings, one at the beginning of the project and the other one in the middle. • Final transnational conference. • External final evaluation report of the project. • Final execution report of the project. FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS AND CITIZENSHIP Version: 1.7 | April 21st 2008 | Page 6 of 6 OBERAXE