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2014 国際助成プログラム International Grant Program      
助成番号
(Grant Number)
D14-N-0091
題目
(Project Title)
多文化教育の声をつなぐ ―タイ、チェンマイでの移住労働者の子どものために
 

Connecting voices on multicultural education for migrant children in Chiang Mai, Thailand
代表者名
(Representative)
Nawarat, Nongyao
Nawarat, Nongyao
代表者所属
(Organization)
チェンマイ大学
Chiang Mai University
助成金額
(Grant Amount)
 2,200,000
企画書・概要 (Abstract of Project Proposal)

当企画では、タイ北部のチェンマイにおける移民の子どもの教育に関わるステークホルダー同士の政策対話や提言をおこなう。チェンマイ周辺では主にビルマ/ミャンマー・シャン州からの移住労働者とその家族が推定20万人暮らしている。移民の子どものうち約10〜20%はすでに学齢に達しているが、多くの子どもが不就学の状態にある。就学はしている児童であっても、言語的、文化的背景、市民権の状況、経済的な理由などから制度には不適合な場合も多い。当企画では、移民の子どもとその家族の経験や見方を表現できる移民コミュニティの若者グループを積極的なパートナーとしてエンパワメントすることによって実現される。具体的には、コミュニティでのグループ対話やビデオ・ドキュメンタリー制作などである。このプロセスを経ることで、タイの地方と国レベルのコミュニティにおける他のステークホルダー、すなわち教員、教育関係者、政治家、学者などとの課題解決のための会議の開催も可能になる。これにより相互の政策提言が実現する。また、これらの会議の成果は報告書の内容に盛り込まれ、ポスター展示やビデオフィルム等とともにさらに影響力をもつサークルに普及される。

The project will organize a policy dialogue and combined advocacy among stakeholders concerned with the problem of education for migrant children in Chiang Mai, northern Thailand. Around the city are an estimated 200,000 people largely from Shan State in Burma/Myanmar: migrant workers and their families. About 10 to 20 per cent of these are of school age, but many are out of school, and those who do attend often have difficulty within a system ill-adapted to their linguistic and cultural background, their citizenship status and economic position. The project works by empowering a migrant community youth group as active partners in helping articulate the experiences and views of migrant children and their families: the causes of their problems and how they cope. This is done through community-based dialogue groups and video documentary-making. The process moves toward shared problem-solving meetings with other stakeholders: teacher, education officials, politicians, academics and others in the local and national Thai community. Here mutual policy recommendations are worked out. These are incorporated in an attractive general review report, supported by a poster exhibition and a video film, all of which are introduced to a wider and more influential circle through a launch meeting.

実施報告書・概要 (Summary of Final Report)







The project approached the general problem of education for migrant children in Thailand by focussing on a particular migrant community in Chiang Mai. It supported a series of dialogue meetings between the migrant children, their parents, their teachers, other educationalists, community members and government officials. During consultations it was decided that the migrant children should play an active part in making short video films expressing their education problems, needs and rights. The resulting films provided a centre of discussion in a culminating meeting which included outside experts. It proved a fruitful way of raising the profile of the problem and stimulating efforts to solve it. The process identified three key actors for carrying these efforts forward: the municipal officials of San Na Mang (where there are large numbers of migrants and a readiness to seek progressive policies for them), certain teachers in the local schools (who have become interested in multicultural education strategies), and the migrant children themselves (who proved energetic and creative agents in pursuing their own education rights when empowered to do so).


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