Des contenus multimédia pour développer ses compétences dans le cadre du Esuma Nunavik Community Empowerment Program (ENCEP)

Cred- Ariella Orbach

Des contenus multimédia pour développer ses compétences dans le cadre du Esuma Nunavik Community Empowerment Program (ENCEP)

 

Dernière mise à jour 24 avril

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Nos activités étant suspendues au Nunavik dans leur format initial, nous maintenons une collaboration virtuelle avec ESUMA, le AKUK et les participant.e.s des Hubs.

Nous testerons sous un format de capsules vidéos, le partage de connaissance et d’outils déjà initié avec les jeunes leaders et organisations des communautés de Kangiqsualujjuaq (berceau du Esuma Nunavik Community Empowerment Program qui y aura donné naissance au Akuk Hub) et Kuujjuarapik. On y parlera de techniques d’animation, de concertation, des ateliers, etc afin de continuer les très beaux échanges à l’oeuvre depuis ces dernières années.

Pour rappel

Le Esuma Nunavik Community Empowerment Program (ENCEP) est né avec ESUMA, KRG (l’administration régionale Kativik) et la communauté Inuit de Kangiqsualujjuaq en 2016 comme un programme qui accompagne la mise en place de HUB locaux dans les communautés du Nunavik. 

Jeunes professionnel.le.s et organisations de la communauté s'y rassemblent et y trouvent un espace de collaboration avec pour objectif de favoriser l'apprentissage, la motivation, le développement personnel et professionnel, et de soutenir le leadership collectif et l'engagement communautaire. Les travailleur.se.s des services partagent et concertent leurs connaissances, leurs expériences et leurs efforts pour créer des activités et des projets éducatifs avec et pour les jeunes.

Exeko collabore depuis 3 ans maintenant avec les 15 participant.e.s mobilisé.e.s de l’équipe du Akuk et du ENCEP dans la communauté de Kangiqsualujjuaq. Nous avions amorcé les discussions et la mobilisation avec les intervenant.e.s de la communauté de Kuujjuarapik pour designer ensemble l’ouverture du programme avant le début des mesures actuelles de prévention sanitaire.

Plus d’information

sur notre blogue Quarjuit, bootcamp and food feast, par Ariella Orbach (en anglais) Akuk: de formation à mobilisation à Kangiqsualujjuaq, par Exeko

Télécharger les brochures ENCEP en anglais et en Inuktitut (à venir)

=>Retrouvez toute l’actualité et les informations sur ces projets sur exeko.org/actualités

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Multimedia content to develop skills as part of the Esuma Nunavik Community Empowerment Program (ENCEP)

 

As our activities are suspended in Nunavik in their original format, we maintain a virtual collaboration with ESUMA, KRG, the AKUK and the participants of the Hubs. At the request of our collaborators on site, we are testing, in a video capsule format, sharing of knowledge and tools already initiated with young leaders and organizations from Kangiqsualujjuaq communities (cradle of the Esuma Nunavik Community Empowerment Program which gave birth to the Akuk Hub) and Kuujjuarapik. We will talk about animation techniques, dialogue, workshops, etc. in order to continue the very beautiful exchanges implemented since the past few years.

As a reminder:

The Esuma Nunavik Community Empowerment Program (ENCEP) was born with ESUMA, KRG (Kativik Regional Government) and the Inuit community of

Kangiqsualujjuaq in 2016 as a program that supports the establishment of local HUBs in Nunavik communities.

Young professionals and community organizations come together and find a space for collaboration with the purpose of fostering learning, motivation, personal and professional development, and supporting collective leadership and commitment community. Service workers share and coordinate their knowledge, experiences and efforts to create educational activities and projects with and for young people.

Exeko has been collaborating for 3 years now with the 15 mobilized participants of the Akuk and ENCEP team in the community of Kangiqsualujjuaq. We had started discussions and mobilization with stakeholders from the Kuujjuarapik community to jointly design the opening of the program before the beginning of the current health prevention measures.

More information

Quarjuit, bootcamp and food feast, by Ariella Orbach (in English), Akuk: mobilization training in Kangiqsualujjuaq, by Exeko, ENCEP brochure in English and Inuktitut

=> Find all the news and information on these projects at exeko.org/actualités

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  • « Over the past few years, we have been seeing more and more high quality productions by people with an intellectual disability who truly are artists. »
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  • « Art has the advantage to make people talk about abilities rather than limitations, when confronted with an intellectual disability. »
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  • « I write my thoughts in my head, not on paper, and my thought is not lost.»
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  • « Its goal? To develop reasoning, critical thinking, logic, and increase citizen participation of these marginalized groups.»
    Caroline Monpetit, Le Devoir (free translation)
  • « Its goal? To develop reasoning, critical thinking, logic, and increase citizen participation of these marginalized groups.»
    Caroline Monpetit, Le Devoir (free translation)
  • « Today, the power acquired through knowledge is more far-reaching than knowledge itself.»
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  • « They're both people. We're not looking enough after people with problems, and mostly with mental health issues. Then we would have more people able to work.»
    Participant, idAction@Accueil Bonneau
  • « They're both people. We're not looking enough after people with problems, and mostly with mental health issues. Then we would have more people able to work.»
    Participant, idAction@Accueil Bonneau
  • « We are not higher, we are not lower, we are equal.»
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  • « What better way to strengthen intergenerational ties? [...] A meeting between peers, a place for expression, learning and recovery»
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  • «  ...empowering the children, and giving them confidence»
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  • « By engaging with people on a deep level, we see Exeko reinvigorating individual spirit to rebuild society in a new way. Exeko's work is not about small projects, but about achieving full social inclusion at a systemic level. [...] we believe that Exeko will reach a level of systemic impact with Quebec, Canada and the world within 5-10 years.»
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