This document is a report submitted on April 26, 2018 by Jean Louis Borloo, former minister delegated to the City (2002-2004), entitled “Living Together, Living in Large, for a National Reconciliation” on the theme of City Policy. This report discusses issues related to school and out-of-school education in City Policy Neighbourhoods (QPV) or Priority Education Networks (REP) institutions.
The section entitled “Growing up by Culture” discusses the importance of culture for young people living in sensitive urban areas. Enabling a flourishing, an opening on the outside in places dedicated to the sharing, exchange, transmission as the houses of youth and culture (MJC), libraries, theatres, cinemas.
These places are conducive to both learning but also family gathering in a setting that is less intimidating than school for students or their parents.
Devices like « the musical and orchestral education system with a social vocation », initiated by the Philharmonie de Paris, based on the musical practice, in small groups, of children from sensitive urban areas in order to perform live concerts with symphony orchestras under the direction of renowned conductors also participate in these effects.
- Category: Projects
- Country: France
- Language: French
- Type of file: Text File