Rethinking supportive housing management
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Open - mindedness to culture
Access to culture can be considered as vital as food, clothing or housing.
Further forward material insecurities, difficult access to knowledge deprives people in precarious situations of social participation.
If many local authorities can encourage access to culture with financial incentive, this improvement doesn’t solve the tricky issue, on cultural grounds, of access to cultural practices by the most needy ones.
Someone who lives a life of hardships won’t spontaneously participate in a cultural activity unless they work on themselves, in a mix of desire, communication and experimentation of a cultural expression.
Implementing a mediation to facilitate access to culture and to various cultural practices for everyone is needed: reading, theatre, painting, writing, music.