Behind the expression of young people said to be “in difficulty”, there are multiple profiles of people aged 14 to 18, associated with different categorisations: in revolt, in the process of integration, in danger of exclusion, in social distress… These young people live in so-called “disadvantaged” neighborhoods where the rates of precariousness, school failure, juvenile […] … learn more→
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Is sport necessarily a springboard for social integration for young people?
Teachers have a crucial role to play in building social cohesion
1994 was a deeply important year for South Africa. It ushered in a democratic society committed to the eradication of racism, sexism and all forms of discrimination. It brought political change that promised the building of a “rainbow nation” committed to the ideas of equity and redress. There have been many accomplishments and significant changes […] … learn more→