MIGRATORY MUSIC MANIFESTO

Subprograma

Culture

Acción
Cooperation projects

Tipo de actividad

Paises participantes

FR,BE,IT,EL,DE

 

Fechas de inicio y fin
01/11/2019 – 30/11/2021

Estado del proyecto

ongoing

Subvención

Coordinador

MUSIQUES DE NUIT DIFFUSION ASSOCIATION

FR

 

 

Migratory Music Manifesto aims to promote the languages and cultures of migrants and refugees in Europe through music.During this project, the partners will create tools for cultural and intercultural mediators (artists, producers, presenters, mediators, librarians, teachers of formal and informal education, etc.), some of whom have the task of facilitating intercultural dialogue and the integration of migrants and refugees.This project brings together:- world and traditional music professionals- social organisations specialised in the integration of migrants- researchers and journalists.Their knowledge of world music and tools for the promotion of minority cultures has encouraged the partners to work on the development of tools for the promotion of mother tongues, and therefore of their cultures, and thus to fight against glottophobia.In two years, the partners will produce a collection of educational «e-malettes» in 5 languages, distributed by the European network ENCC in the cultural and educational sector.To do this, they drive- international residencies with musicians, singers (refugees) and an immigrant audience. These residencies take place at the Rocher de Palmer/FR, Abusuan Intercural Center/IT, Muziekpublique /BE Alba Kultur/ DE- the collection of data concerning the musical heritage (nursery rhymes, song lyrics, films, TV5 show monde, journalistic knowledge and mondomix articles, interviews, play lists with commentaries…) with journalists Patrick Labesse (Le monde), François Bensignor (France Inter, Culture, RFI Musiques…)- a mentoring cycle on tools for enhancing the languages and skills of migrants and refugees (Edra/GR, University of Strasbourg/FR, Ramon Llull/ES Foundation)The evaluation of the project is conducted by ARI-EHESS