Student groups FPA Dar es Salaam and MKV Malmö

by Anders Hög Hansen on March 26, 2012

Groups and commenting plan

Here are the themes and headlines of the work begun by FPA students in Dar es Salaam:

1. Youth struggling for better lives: the dilemmas of House Girls. FROM THE VILLAGE TO THE CITY (and GENDERBENDER). Group leader: Yustina Richard Sillo,

2. Youth in Transition and the expressions of changing identities through clothes. TALES OF MY ROOTS AND ROUTES (and JAMMING IN THE CITY). Group leader: Noel Lema

3. Street Youth and their strategies when struggling for survival. JAMMING IN THE CITY (and GENDERBENDER). Group leader: Gloria Kaaya

4. Youth Dream Lines. TALES OF MY ROOTS AND ROUTES. Group leader: David Wabando

5. Young drug addicts in the city. JAMMING IN THE CITY. Group leader: Rauph Ashiru

And the themes and headlines of the work begun by MKV students in Malmö:

1. Graffiti and art culture in Malmö. JAMMING IN THE CITY – Elina Carlstein, Helen Jaber, Nina Bukvic, Victor Borgström

2. Everyday lifestyle and environment. The notion of ‘tribe’. TALES OF MY ROOTS AND ROUTES – Oskar Majewski, Dajana Demirovic, Amajla Omeragic, Lisa Lindblad, Max Roslund

3. Youth moving or travelling to the city. FROM THE VILLAGE TO THE CITY – Kajsa Hagg, Felicia Lidberg Collinder, Carolin Lind, Marina Winberg, Anja Ornberger, Simon Osterling

Commenting plan

Jamming in the City groups: Group 3 and 5 in Dar comment on group 1 in Malmö

Tales of My Roots and Routes: Group 2 and 4 in Dar comment on group 2 in Malmö

From the Village to the City: Group 1 in Dar comment on group 3 in Malmö

Several of the groups also address Genderbender-issues, yet we have no group placed under this sub-theme. This means 3 of the subthemes are active and the commenting/dialogue is organized under the subthemes. Yet, you are also welcome to communicate across sub-theme divisions.

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