Collective Violence

Useful tips for creating an alternative narrative campaign: a LOUD webinar

Paris, France, May 2020 – The LOUD (Young Leaders for Inclusion) project delivered on 22 April its second webinar on alternative narrative campaigns as a prevention tool that local and regional authorities can use to tackle discrimination with a presentation … More

How to create an impactful alternative narrative campaign? A LOUD webinar

Paris, France, April 2020 – What role do alternative narratives play in preventing discrimination, polarisation and radicalisation at the local level? What do successful campaigns look like? What actors should be involved? The Efus-led LOUD project (Local Young Leaders for … More

Third MATCH-SPORT coordination meeting on communications and pilot projects

Liège, Belgium, February 2020 – The partners in the Efus-led, MATCH-SPORT European project (Make Amateur Sport Tolerant by Eliminating Racism and Discrimination) took part in their third coordination meeting on communications and the upcoming pilot projects, on 27-28 February in … More

LOUD project – Ten young residents of Valenciennes in training in L’Hospitalet on alternative discourse

L’Hospitalet de Llobregat, Spain, February 2020 – A group of 10 young residents of Valenciennes Métropole (FR) took part in a two-day training session on alternative discourse as part of the LOUD (Local Young Leaders for Inclusion) project, on 24-25 … More

“We must educate as early as in nursery school on tolerance and non-discrimination” Interview with Laura García Manota, Municipal Councillor on Youth, Education and Sports, L’Hospitalet de Llobregat (Spain)

> What are the social and economic characteristics of the young population of L’Hospitalet? With a population of 252,171, L’Hospitalet is Catalonia’s second largest city. There are 66,376 young people as a whole, with the 25 to 29-year old bracket … More

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