What is it?
The projects held within the Inclusive Speech Lab aim to develop processes that facilitate the speaking out of marginalized groups within the public space. An initial project was held with men experiencing homelessness who frequent community organizations in order to create an hour-long radio show, which was broadcasted on CIBL. A second project was held in cooperation with Oxfam. It brought together over a hundred youths hailing from more than 20 different countriesin order to co-create a manifesto denouncing the inequalities they face from a global perspective. Other experiments are currently interested in democratic exchanges between elected officials and citizens.
- Les 100 noms prennent le contrôle des ondes de CIBL - Mai 12, 2016 (In French)
- Oxfam | Sommet Jeunes et inégalité 2016 - A video of Marie-Noël Vanasse (In French)
- Intervention in the Assemblée nationale on February 20, 2018 - Video (In French)
4 financial partners
15 community partners
81 hours of mediation workshops
4 consultations and/or listening projects (Speaking at the Assemblée nationale with young people from Dans la rue in collaboration with Manon Massé, Consultation in the borough Le Sud-Ouest for the station F-MR, Plan d’action en itinérance de la Ville de Montréal 2018-2020, Proposal of youth projects with the CJE Plateau)