We live in a diverse society and the proportion of community members belonging to cultural communities is important.
That is why we need to work harder together to make sure that everyone finds his place. The goal is to inform and raise awareness among community members and policy makers about how discrimination influences the daily life of its victims.
The activities of the program in Aulnay-sous-Bois and abroad develop the capacity of minorities and people with disabilities to develop their competencies in the fields of lobbying and advocacy. The orientation of our program is to promote the importance of discriminated people’s opinion in the process of decision-making at local, national and international levels. Improving respect for rights and their exercise will help us building an inclusive society.
The anti-discrimination program I lead includes community members who wish to express themselves on this issue.
Our meetings, trainings and artistic workshops invovlves community members, artists, lawyers and organisations to stimulate thinking on the effects of discrimination.
We also meet and discuss with different stakeholders dedicated to the fight against discrimination such as community groups, institutions and organisations from all sectors of society.
For several years I have worked to facilitate the participation of our community members at a local, national and international level by ensuring equal opportunity and respecting differences.