About the event:

The event will be held at the Empire Royal Reception Hall, 5605 Amos Street, Montréal-Nord QC H1G 2Y3.

Through this 3rd colloquium, "Urbanity and Marginalized Youth: From Confrontation to Benevolence," we invite you, as social, community, institutional, and academic actors, as well as citizens, to participate in a debate and exchange on the challenges and opportunities related to the care of disadvantaged, marginalized youth "outside the framework" of the Montréal-Nord borough.

The objectives of this third edition of the colloquium are:

  • To debate the issue of caring for marginalized youth.
  • To understand the territorial dimension of young people's trajectories.
  • To bring together a group of community, institutional, and academic actors to exchange ideas on identified priority issues.
  • To refine the reflection on systemic biases against marginalized youth and define responsibilities.

We hope to count you among us. Please accept, Sir/Madam, our most distinguished greetings.


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Date and time
May 9, 2024
8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For any questions, do not hesitate to write to us at the following email addresses: [email protected], [email protected].
Format and location
In person
The Empire Royal Reception Hall, 5605 rue d’Amos, Montréal-Nord QC H1G 2Y3
General public
Organized by
Centre for Research on Educational and Community Services
et Café-Jeunesse Multiculturel