Based on footage filmed in autumn 2022 (Weaving and Reweaving), The road to interculturality, a discussion tool is a documentary that refers to a journey or path to encourage discussion, provoke critical reflection, challenge existing norms and promote values such as caring, justice and sustainability.
Every story shared, every testimony heard and every obstacle examined is an invitation to broaden our perspective and cultivate a keen sense of responsibility towards our shared world.
We hope that this tool will provide a reflective journey and encourage the search for solutions, because it is in this global conversation that lies the strength to transform challenges into opportunities.
Target audience: General public, high school, community centres and workshops
“The road to interculturality is also the story of communities that flourish and are enriched by these men and women from foreign backgrounds. Sharing life stories, but also welcoming and giving of oneself. As this documentary concludes, it’s hard to say who benefits most: the members of the local host communities or the newcomers… One thing is clear, however: complicities are quickly created, to everyone’s benefit!”Chantale Lavoie, Prefect of the Matapédia MRC
“Watching this documentary reminded me of the importance of reaching out to others, and the undeniable richness that this brings. An open community is first and foremost citizens daring to reach out to others in a spirit of discovery and who are welcoming and accepting of our differences. We are richer for our diversity.”Guy Veillette, Director of Carrefour emploi Mékinac and Prefect of MRC des Chenaux.
|Café des 3 cloches
|Église de Ste-Gertrude
|Centre culturel Françoise Dunn
|MRC de Kamouraska
|Centre-femmes la Passerelle
|MRC de la Matapédia
|Brasserie La Captive
|Musée de la femme de Marrakech
|Domaine Tavibois Hérouxville
|Carrefour Emploi Lotbinière
|Bibliothèque de Saint-Stanislas
Title: The road to interculturality, a discussion tool Languages: French (English available soon) Length: To be confirmed Formats available: MP4
Resources available – Toolkit
Schedule a screening
To schedule a screening of the documentary in your community, please email us.
MRC de Kamouraska, MRC de la Matapédia, Carrefour emploi Lotbinière, Actions interculturelles, Café des 3 cloches, Municipalité de Saint-Alexandre, Centre-femmes de Kamouraska, Site patrimonial de pêche Matamajaw