History of a Field Intervention with Marginalized Youth in the Borough of Montreal North

Posted on Monday, February 8, 2021

 Centre for Research on Educational and Community Services (CRECS)

Join us February 24th at noon to hear Slim Hammami present on the History of a Field Intervention with Marginalized Youth in the Borough of Montreal North.

Presentation of the organization Café-Jeunesse Multiculturel, an organization working notably through an innovative approach (street work, citizen incubator) with young people in difficulty in the North-East sector of the borough of Montreal North. The presentation will also address the obstacles and challenges encountered in this process as well as the achievements and impacts on youth, young adults and residents of this part of the borough of Montreal-North.

Slim Hammami has been practicing for about thirty years in the field of social work, particularly with young people in difficulty. In addition to the experience he has acquired, he has taken several training courses over the years related to youth issues (drug addiction, street gangs) as well as sociology courses. For 17 years, Slim Hammami has been the coordinator at Café Jeunesse Multiculturel, a community organization located in Montreal-North. He manages various projects related to youth, and he supervises and coordinates the team of street workers.

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