Research, Human and social sciences

[POSTPONED] PoliCité seminar: studying the relationship between the police and the population in Vaulx-en-Velin

On The November 5, 2020

The Science Shop has invited a researcher, a social worker and a local member of the PoliCité collective to come and to discuss the study conducted in East Lyon as part of a seminar in November 2020. This seminar, initially scheduled for April 2020, will take place both in person and online.

This event has been postponed due to the national lockdown


For the past four years, the PoliCité collective has been conducting “participatory action research” to study the relationship between law enforcement agencies and the general public, particularly young people, and how they are depicted. The seminar will include sociologists, a social worker and young inhabitants of Vaulx-en-Velin, all of whom have worked together to identify and analyze these relationships and to understand the sociological mechanisms involved.

This study has resulted in a comic strip, as well as several articles, consensus conferences, presentations in schools or within the network of public service schools, at UNESCO, and much more.

Find out more about the seminar
 

Speakers

  • Anaïk Purenne, sociologist at the ENTPE
  • Samia Bencherifa, coordinator of the Teen center (Pôle Ados) at the Georges-Lévy social center
  • A member of the PoliCité collective [more information coming soon]


This seminar is part of a series of Science Shop meetings
Listen to podcasts from previous meetings