2016-C5810090-205172 - Cureghem, une histoire de migrations - Switch asbl - 5000 Euros
2016-C5810090-205171 - Notre charte de la tolérance - Administration communale de Bernissart - 2000 Euros
2016-C5810090-205170 - Récit sans frontières - AMO Neder-over-Heembeek asbl - 5000 Euros
2016-C5810090-205172 - Intégration à travers le sport et soutien scolaire - JC Royal Crossing Clus Schaerbeek asbl - 3500 Euros
Development of a mobile and educational app ("Curegame") for school and out-of-school use to embark on an interactive journey through the streets of Cureghem in Anderlecht to learn about its people and history. With more than 100 nationalities represented on its territory, Cureghem is an exceptionally multicultural neighbourhood and different vagues of immigrants lived and worked there. The app is supposed to help young people explore their rich multicultural neighbourhood and raise their awareness about migration-related issues through a historical lens as well as encourage community life by highlighting the universality of these issues. Switch simultaneously produced a twenty-minute documentary to paint the portrait of five people who experienced migration at different times. In order to allow teachers and animators to deepen the educational work with two tools at their disposal, an educational guide that provides a theoretical basis and two animation sequences of 50 minutes each was produced as well. Switch is an agency for social change in Brussels.
Switch - Curegame (switch-asbl.org)
Continuation of project 2014-C5810090-202230 – Ensemble pour la tolérance, with the objective of working with young people on a Charte de la Tolérance.
AMO Neder-over-Heembeek est un service d’action en milieu ouvert pour les jeunes de 0 à 18 ans et leurs familles. Dans une optique de prévention, l’AMO offre une aide individuelle, participe et organise des actions communautaires et collectives. Il organise des espaces de rencontres entre les jeunes MENA (Mineurs Étrangers Non Accompagnés) résidant au centre Fedasil (Agence fédérale pour l’accueil des demandeurs d’asile) et des élèves d’écoles de Bruxelles. Le projet a été axé autour de la rencontre entre ces jeunes, et la découverte de ce qui les rassemble, et ce malgré leurs différences. Ce projet a pour vocation, d’une part de permettre aux MENA de rencontrer des jeunes de leur âge, d’autre part, d’offrir la chance aux élèves scolarisés de découvrir la question de l’immigration à travers une expérience unique.
The Fund supported a cooperation between the Schaerbeek school G. Promo and the Crossing Judo Club. The ai is to support children aged 11-13 from disadvantaged families with integration background to obtain a school certificate. All of them receive an introductory judo course . In addition, school teachers identify those kids who need learning support. For those kids, on Wednesday afternoon, the club offers a two hour class of learning support (provided by a qualified teacher), followed by a 1 ½ hour judo course. The children are collected at their school and driven by bus to the sports club. The programme runs always for two years. At the end, the children have to take the exams for the school certificate. FPLS helped finance the second year in such a two-year-cycle. At the end, out of 99 kids, all but one passed the final exam for the school certificate, with about a dozen of children having attended the learning support.