TRACER - Transformative Roma Art and Culture for European Remembrance - is a project funded under the European Commission's Citizens, Equality, Rights and Values (CERV) programme. The aim of the project is to involve groups of Roma and non-Roma youths and teenagers in Italy, Portugal and Poland in the construction of a shared memory of the holocaust of Sinti and Roma minorities in Europe. The action research process will make young people active players in the collection of historical documentation and in discovering what connects Roma communities to each other and to Europe. Art, in its many different forms, will be the tool used to give the young protagonists from the three countries a chance to speak up and to recount this process and its key messages to other peers. GOALS - Involve the communities in collecting narratives about the Holocaust and the Roma genocide (Porrajmos) - Promote the participation of Roma and non-Roma youth groups in the action research process - Involve youth groups (leaders) in peer education activities on the porrajmos and on the importance of remembrance - Raise younger generations' awareness and spread anti-discrimination messages through various forms of art (graffiti, music, theatre, video...) - develop reflections on the action-research project to include minorities

Tracer. Trasformative Roma Art and Culture for European Remembrance

Maria Teresa Tagliaventi
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TRACER - Transformative Roma Art and Culture for European Remembrance - is a project funded under the European Commission's Citizens, Equality, Rights and Values (CERV) programme. The aim of the project is to involve groups of Roma and non-Roma youths and teenagers in Italy, Portugal and Poland in the construction of a shared memory of the holocaust of Sinti and Roma minorities in Europe. The action research process will make young people active players in the collection of historical documentation and in discovering what connects Roma communities to each other and to Europe. Art, in its many different forms, will be the tool used to give the young protagonists from the three countries a chance to speak up and to recount this process and its key messages to other peers. GOALS - Involve the communities in collecting narratives about the Holocaust and the Roma genocide (Porrajmos) - Promote the participation of Roma and non-Roma youth groups in the action research process - Involve youth groups (leaders) in peer education activities on the porrajmos and on the importance of remembrance - Raise younger generations' awareness and spread anti-discrimination messages through various forms of art (graffiti, music, theatre, video...) - develop reflections on the action-research project to include minorities
2022
Maria Teresa Tagliaventi
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