Séminaire CRISES HEC - Odette Lobato Calleros
Jeudi, 12 Octobre 2017, 12:00 - 13:30

Le CRISES HEC présente le séminaire :

Mapping factors related to youth participation in economic activities in the Santa Fe community, Mexico-City

Par Odette Lobato Calleros
Ph. D.(Universidad Iberoamericana Mexico City
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 With a population of 48,000, the Neighborhood of Santa Fe is a marginalized urban area of ​​Mexico City. One of the key issues of this neighborhood concerns high youth unemployment (25% not study or work, 50% is the probability that they will continue to be poor in the future) which is closely related to enduring economic and social exclusion of youth. Established in 2012 The Center for Integral Education and Social Action "Casa Meneses"(, part of the Universidad Iberoamericana Mexico City (, aims to develop a comprehensive training program to better insert young people into economic activities. A qualitative study relying on participatory methodology was conducted so as to map the perceptions of the key actors re: youth insertion, namely : the youth, the tutors and the teachers of primary schools located in Santa Fe. This included (1) in-depth interviews with young people as well as (2) a community process with key actors, including:stages such as reflection, motivation and proposals for initiatives.
The next stage
Before designing this program, we are proposing a collaborative diagnosis which will identify  the factors and the process of collaboration between the Meneses Center and the members of the Santa Fe community.

Jeudi, le 12 octobre 2017

12h00 – 13h30

HEC Montréal

Salle Rona (1er étage, section Bleue) de l’édifice Côte-Sainte-Catherine
3000, chemin de la Côte-Sainte-Catherine


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