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Tereza Freidingerová Ph.D.: The empowerment of youth: a tool to improve the relationship between majority and minority and strengthen the cohesion of the society

  1. 1. THE EMPOWERMENTOFYOUTH a tool to improve the relationship between majority and minority and to strengthen the cohesion of the society Tereza Freidingerová, Ph.D. tereza.freidingerova@peopleinneed.cz
  2. 2. Relief and Development Department Human Rights Department Programmes of Social Integration Festival „One World“ 2 Education and awareness raising departments PEOPLE IN NEED CZECHIA 6 departements 36 countries
  3. 3. Relief and Development Department Human Rights Department Programmes of Social Integration Festival „One World“ 2 Education and awareness raising departments PEOPLE IN NEED CZECHIA 6 departements 36 countries One World at Schools VARIANTY Migration Awareness Programme
  4. 4. Migration Awareness Programme OUR VISION Our vision is the natural mainstreaming of migration issues in all areas of Czech society (social policy, education, media, etc.). “ “
  5. 5. Migration Awareness Programme OUR VISION Our vision is the natural mainstreaming of migration issues in all areas of Czech society (social policy, education, media, etc.). “ “ OUR GOALS • Balanced and source-rich media coverage of migration topics • Balanced and fact-based public debate about migration • Governance of migration and integration of foreigners stems rather from facts than emotions
  6. 6. Our vision is the natural mainstreaming of migration issues in all areas of Czech society (social policy, education, media, etc.). “ “ OUR GOALS • Balanced and source-rich media coverage of migration topics • Balanced and fact-based public debate about migration • Governance of migration and integration of foreigners stems rather from facts than emotions > advocacy work > analytical work > capacity building of journalists > empowerment of youth
  7. 7. EMPOWERMENT OF YOUTH
  8. 8. EMPOWERMENT OF YOUTH STUDENTS OF JOURNALISM SECOND GENERATION IMMIGRANTS
  9. 9. STUDENTS OF JOURNALISM SECOND GENERATION IMMIGRANTS WHY? > future journalists > analysis of media framing of migration shows lack of knowledge about migration > journalism as a major lacks expert courses > enough time for self- development > becoming adults and active > raise of grass root activities > lack of social capital and thus also financial capital > bottom-up volunteer based activities getting professionalized
  10. 10. EMPOWERMENT OF STUDENTS OF JOURNALISM
  11. 11. • In a cooperation with the Faculty of Social Science, Charles University >>> established a semester course “Journalist and minority topics - media and migration” • With financial support of EC – Horizon 2020 >>> development of the course curriculum in three EU countries
  12. 12. 1) CZECHIA 3) SLOVAKIA 2) ESTONIA Faculty of Social Science - Charles University Faculty of Arts – Comenius University Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School located at the University of Tallinn
  13. 13. STRUCTURE OF THE COURSE • Introduction to migration studies (in a global national and local context, sources and data work) • Migration as a topic of domestic and foreign journalism, of development and global journalism • Agenda setting, media framing of migration and a role of a journalist • Discourse and content analysis • Field work
  14. 14. PRINCIPLES APPLIED I) own experience >>> explore it by yourself II) critical approach >>> RWCT, international teams III) sharing of knowledge >>> amongst students as well as experts and students
  15. 15. • Exploring of own migration story PLACE WHERE WE ARE 50 KM FROM HERE MORE THAN 50 KM FROM HERE, BUT IN THIS COUNTRY ABROAD IN EUROPE OUTSIDE OF EUROPE • Where was your grandparent born? • Where was your parent born? • Where were you born? • Where did you attend a highschool? • Where do you study / work now?
  16. 16. • Explore others’ migration stories JOURNALIST FIELD TRIPS > their university cities > Czechia > Estonia > Slovakia > Germany
  17. 17. • analysis of media content CONTENT & DISCOURSE ANALYSIS > Analysis of “speakers” > Analysis of language used > Analysis of metaphors > Analysis of topics using RWCT methods
  18. 18. • Enhancing of critical approach by international cooperation 3 journalism field trips 3 international teams 3 media outcomes in 3 national languages
  19. 19. • Visiting experts > Professional journalists > Experts on discourse analysis of media content > Experts on psychological level of language > Experts working with migrants > Experts on global journalism
  20. 20. • Working together Media outputs from the field trips
  21. 21. EMPOWERMENT OF SECOND GENERATION IMMIGRANTS
  22. 22. SECOND GENERATION MIGRANTS WHO ARE THEY? CZECH VIETNAMESE
  23. 23. WHO ARE CZECH 2ND GENERATION VIETNAMESE? CZECH VIETNAMESE
  24. 24. >>> Number of Vietnamese citizens residing in Czechia 1995 – 2016 <<< source: Czech statistical office 9 633 17 620 24 824 34 179 60 255 57 347 56 900 58 025 0 10 000 20 000 30 000 40 000 50 000 60 000 70 000
  25. 25. 215 247 241 341 366 430 322 349 475 428 517 608 767 913 947 862 893 1 104 965 996 1 041 0 200 400 600 800 1 000 1 200 >>> Number of Vietnamese citizens born in Czechia 1995 – 2015 <<< source: Czech statistical office
  26. 26. >>> Vietnamese pupils and students in Czech schools 2003 – 2011 <<< source: Czech statistical office elementary high schools kinder gardens college / uni
  27. 27. >>> Vietnamese pupils and students in Czech schools 2003 – 2011 <<< source: Czech statistical office 4050 3452 3066 529 1610 2301 1264 1001 1149 178 626 728 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 03/04 04/05 05/06 06/07 07/08 08/09 09/10 10/11 ZŠ SŠ MŠ VŠ elementary high schools kinder gardens college / uni • High rate of dropouts… • loss of discipline • analytical thinking vs. memorizing • loss of belief in education • no relationship to the study programme • economic situation of a family • discriminating labour market • study abroad
  28. 28. TO ALL CORNERS OF CZECHIA…
  29. 29. zdroj: ČSÚ
  30. 30. ...?
  31. 31. till 2012-14 Negative public discourse about VN 2014 > shift > Public moods > VN cuisine popularity
  32. 32. till 2012-14 Negative public discourse about VN 2014 > shift > Public moods > VN cuisine popularity 2015/2016 FIRST GRASSROOT ACTIVITIES APPEAR question of identity sharing life experience re-descovering of VN culture and language capacity building search for VN peers and partners
  33. 33. TENDENCY TO KEEP THE ACTIVITIES SELF- SUSTAINABLE BO HAI (2017) USING OF CREATIVE AND EXPRESIVE WAYS FOR QUESTINING OF THEIR OWN IDENTITIES, RELATIONSHIP WITH PARENTS AND POSITION IN CZECH SOCIETY MAT GOC (2014)
  34. 34. ...and many others
  35. 35. We are heading high„ „
  36. 36. Come to belong…„ „
  37. 37. EMPOWERMENT OF SECOND GENERATION VIETNAMESE
  38. 38. THEY ARE > enthusiastic > highly motivated > independent > from across the country > well organized > innovative and full of ideas THEY LACK > social capital > external funding > advocacy competences > public money management skills > fundraising > leaders > legal entity status
  39. 39. • We support their activities by • Helping them to get professionalized • Mediation contacts between them and key stakeholders • Collecting data • With financial support EC AMIF (the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund) and IVF (the International Visegrad Fund)
  40. 40. WITH KEY STAKEHOLDERS MINISTRIES MUNICIPALITIES NGOs STATE ADMINISTRATION
  41. 41. Involvement of their activities into our project Support in search for donors/calls Administrative support
  42. 42. BC Active Citizens worhops
  43. 43. Research and analyses Space for dialogue
  44. 44. OUR APPROACH WE DO NOT TELL THEM WHAT AND HOW TO DO. WE ONLY HELP THEM TO BE EFFECTIVE, EFFICIENT AND NOT TO BURN OUT. “ “
  45. 45. LESSON LEARNED FINAL REMARKS
  46. 46. • Course for students of journalism • Both university as well as students are interested in the course • The demand exceeds the course capacity • Even students from other faculties are would like to enroll the course • Mainstream media are instrested in students‘ media outputs • Question of the IMPACT >>> is not possible to measure now
  47. 47. • Support of second generation Vietnamese • We managed to interconect the key municipalities and the Ministry of the Interior with active young Vietnamese • They start working together on integration measures aiming at first generation of the Vietnamese • To support second generation means to help the overall situation in cohabition of Czechs and Vietnamese (in particularly in border regions)
  48. 48. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION Tereza Freidingerová, Ph.D. tereza.freidingerova@peopleinneed.cz

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