Québec : Forum populaire des Jeunes « Imagine…une société juste »

Wednesday, April 7, 1999 - 19:30 - 22:30

in collaboration with Radio Basse-Ville (Québec) and Tam-Tam Café (Québec)

Prior to the international meeting project Agora populaire des Jeunes held in Montreal from April 30 to May 2, the Forum populaire des jeunes : imagine…une société juste was an opportunity for young people aged from 18 to 35 years to take a stand against all forms of exclusion, but also a moment to propose ideas and new alternatives. The Forum provided a glimpse of avenues for the socio-economic integration of young people.

In order to sustain the exchanges on various topics, four panelists were present:

-Michel Chartrand to discuss economic alternatives;

-Walter Zelaya from Regroupement d’éducation populaire en action communautaire des régions de Québec et Chaudière-Appalaches (RÉPAC) on popular education;

-a member of the Centre International des Femmes de Québec to inform young people about ethnicity and expression of diversities;

-Éric Cantin of the Centre Jacques-Cartier on resources and popular initiatives.

Place: Tam-Tam Café (421 Langelier boul., Québec)