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Human health sciences : General & internal medicine
Community based participatory research about the multiculturality of second generation migrants after 50 years of Moroccan and Turkish immigration . 50-50 : The “ elli – khemsin ” project
Tatli, Hülya [Esppace Temps Maison de Santé asbl, Gilly, Belgique > > > >]
Laurent, Geoffroy [Esppace Temps Maison de Santé asbl, Gilly, Belgique > > > >]
Henry, Anne Pascal [Esppace Temps Maison de Santé asbl, Gilly, Belgique > > > >]
Jamoulle, Marc mailto [Université de Liège - ULiège > Esppace Temps Maison de Santé asbl, Gilly, Belgique > > Doct. sc. médicales (Bologne) >]
Wibaut, Sabine [Esppace Temps Maison de Santé asbl, Gilly, Belgique > > > >]
Costa, Sergio [Accompagnement Jeune en Millieu Ouvert, Charleroi > > > >]
Deneys, Ludwuina [Accompagnement Jeune en Millieu Ouvert, Charleroi > > > >]
Baguet, Lula [Accompagnement Jeune en Millieu Ouvert, Charleroi > > > >]
Telyak, Erol [High school student, Charleroi, Belgique > > > >]
Assadi, Hamza [High school student, Charleroi, Belgique > > > >]
Kizli, Meltem [High school student, Charleroi, Belgique > > > >]
Challal, Basma [High school student, Charleroi, Belgique > > > >]
Karaca, Yuksel [High school student, Charleroi, Belgique > > > >]
Wonca Europe Istanbul 2015
22-25 Octobre 2015
Turkish association of general practtioners
[en] multiculturally ; loyalty issue ; community health
[en] Key words : Family Practice / Community-Based Participatory Research / Intergenerational Relations / loyalty conflict
“Would you consider yourself more Turkish or more Belgian”? To make a choice between Belgium and Turkey is like making one between my mother and my father claims a Belgian-Turkish teenager. That reveals the deep feeling of the descendants of the Moroccan or Turkish immigration in Belgium we commemorate the 50th anniversary this year.
When two objects of desire are in contradiction with each other, that may give rise to a loyalty conflict. And that is exactly what we are interested in: the loyalty feeling between parental culture and the one of the native country. This project aims to take interest in the fruits of the immigration and more particularly in the teenagers born of immigrant parents in Belgium by the realization of a video by whom it concerns first, with the help of professionals. How do these teenagers daily manage this far-out situation? The aim of this project is to illustrate these silent questionings. The realized video will be broadcasted in schools to allow other teenagers to identify with the characters and to open up the debate.

The non-profit association ETMS (Private health center Espace Temps) has signed a partnership declaration with the Regional Center of Immigration of Charleroi and the non-profit association Accompaniment of Teenagers in Open Custody (AJMO) to elaborate a participatory research in community health. Recruitment of participants, meetings with the teenagers, storylines writing, shooting, editing and presentation of the video to an interested audience were the following steps.

A psychologist, a family doctor, a nurse practitioner, a cameraman, a social worker, an educator and six teenagers of Turkish, Moroccan or Algerian origin take part to the project that has lasted for one year.
The video will be ready end 2015 and will allow to debate sensitive topics and the creation of a partnership with schools that are interested in using this tool for educational purposes.
Professionals ; Students ; General public

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