Όνειρα και δυσκολίες των νέων με Ρόμικη καταγωγή Η καθημερινότητα, οι δυσκολίες και οι προκαταλήψεις όπως τα βιώνουν τα παιδιά με ρόμικη καταγωγή. Η νέα γενιά των Ρομά είναι εδώ, δεν ταιριάζει στα στερεότυπα που έχει γι αυτούς η πλειοψηφική κοινωνία, παρουσιάζουν μια όλο και καλύτερη εικόνα στο σχολείο, αλλά...παρ' όλα αυτά συνεχίζουν να αντιμετωπίζονται ως παρίες.

This film was created as part of the European project ‘Common Spaces for the Integration of Roma–CoSpIRom’ [EC-RDIS-DISC-AG-2017]. We followed Critical Communicative Methodology, according to which, successful actions bring scientific knowledge in dialogue with people’s knowledge and also with institutions that participate in the same actions.

Within this framework, young Roma had the opportunity to express their ‘voices’, their ideas and desires, on which this film is based. In particular, six young Roma participated both in the writing of the script and in the making of it. The film suggests a change of the dominant narrative about Roma. Instead of discussing stereotypes, it presents these young Roma on a typical day: work, music, school, second chance school. Limitations, conflicts, fears and expectations for ‘tomorrow’ (‘yavin’) gradually emerge.European Union

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Presentation of the city of Volos (9:00 minutes), starting from its port. The presentation is enriched with many historical details in which Francesco is very literate ! Francesco continues to the monument of freedom on the coast of Volos, the University of Thessaly, the park of Agios Constantine and the church, the archeological museum of Volos, and the church of Agios Nikolaos in the centre of Volos city, Η καθημερινότητα, οι δυσκολίες και οι προκαταλήψεις όπως τα βιώνουν τα παιδιά με ρόμικη καταγωγή. Η νέα γενιά των Ρομά είναι εδώ, δεν ταιριάζει στα στερεότυπα που έχει γι αυτούς η πλειοψηφική κοινωνία, παρουσιάζουν μια όλο και καλύτερη εικόνα στο σχολείο, αλλά...παρ' όλα αυτά συνεχίζουν να αντιμετωπίζονται ως παρίες. This film was created as part of the European project ‘Common Spaces for the Integration of Roma–CoSpIRom’ [EC-RDIS-DISC-AG-2017]. We followed Critical Communicative Methodology, according to which, successful actions bring scientific knowledge in dialogue with people’s knowledge and also with institutions that participate in the same actions. Within this framework, young Roma had the opportunity to express their ‘voices’, their ideas and desires, on which this film is based. In particular, six young Roma participated both in the writing of the script and in the making of it. The film suggests a change of the dominant narrative about Roma. Instead of discussing stereotypes, it presents these young Roma on a typical day: work, music, school, second chance school. Limitations, conflicts, fears and expectations for ‘tomorrow’ (‘yavin’) gradually emerge.

Όνειρα και δυσκολίες των νέων με Ρόμικη καταγωγή Η καθημερινότητα, οι δυσκολίες και οι προκαταλήψεις όπως τα βιώνουν τα παιδιά με ρόμικη καταγωγή. Η νέα γενιά των Ρομά είναι εδώ, δεν ταιριάζει στα στερεότυπα που έχει γι αυτούς η πλειοψηφική κοινωνία, παρουσιάζουν μια όλο και καλύτερη εικόνα στο σχολείο, αλλά...παρ' όλα αυτά συνεχίζουν να αντιμετωπίζονται ως παρίες. This film was created as part of the European project ‘Common Spaces for the Integration of Roma–CoSpIRom’ [EC-RDIS-DISC-AG-2017]. We followed Critical Communicative Methodology, according to which, successful actions bring scientific knowledge in dialogue with people’s knowledge and also with institutions that participate in the same actions. Within this framework, young Roma had the opportunity to express their ‘voices’, their ideas and desires, on which this film is based. In particular, six young Roma participated both in the writing of the script and in the making of it. The film suggests a change of the dominant narrative about Roma. Instead of discussing stereotypes, it presents these young Roma on a typical day: work, music, school, second chance school. Limitations, conflicts, fears and expectations for ‘tomorrow’ (‘yavin’) gradually emerge.