Promotion de la cohabitation inter- et intra-générations pour résoudre divers problèmes sociaux
Services sociaux, de logement, et de santé pour personnes affectées par le handicap mental – Light residential
Nouveaux modèles de logement pour les personnes ayant un handicap mental
The New Arrivals project, implemented in the Province of Bolzan during the period 18-03-2011/16-04-2012, had been financed by the European Social Fund. The project, promoted by the association ‘Africa e Mediterraneo’, stems from the idea of using COMIX drawn by African artists as a mean for exploring the complex reality of migrants.
“Circles of life” is an educational project which was founded by the San Paolo Foundation of Turin to introduce innovation in the field of education by working with ‘networks of schools’. The goal of the project is to introduce an approach which is competency-based, student-centered and problem-based. Five schools in Sanremo and Taggia (from kindergarden to elementary, middle and high schools) collaborated to plan, implement and evaluate some educational blocks which were competency-based and problem-based. The project had 4 phases: 1. Teacher training and supervision; 2.
COPAPS (Cooperative for Social and Productive Activities) was established in 1979 as an agricultural company with social aims: it provides training courses and employment pathways, both inside and outside the company, for people with mental disabilities, to help them integrate into the labour market. In 2002, COPAPS became a type A+B social cooperative. The organization is involved in a variety of activities related to the agricultural sector including (i. e.
Flashgiovani.it is an innovative youth-focused online magazine (offering an integrated network of portals managed by - and aimed at - young people aged 15 to 29 living in the Bologna area. For many young people, the transition from education to work can be difficult, resulting in the risk of social exclusion. Through the Flashgiovani.it project, Bologna aims to help by actively including young people as they move from education into work.
The Municipality of Bologna has set up an accommodation programme to allow gradual social and dwelling inclusion for nomad groups, mostly experiencing apartment life for the first time (at least one member of the family unit should have had a permanent work contract for at least 3-4 years). The apartments are not owned by the Municipality but have been found on the private market. Roma families can remain in the apartments for 4 years. 50% of the rent during these first 4 years is paid by the Roma families, the rest by the Municipality.
POP Project - Equal opportunities in the paths of foreign teenagers in Education and Training [Pari Opportunità nei Percorsi degli adolescenti stranieri nella Istruzione e Formazione Professionale]
POP is an experimental project specifically related to the system of vocational training and education in the Lombardy Region, focused in particular on foreign students in the segment of the Right-Duty of Education and Training (IFP-DDIF) and on the grounds of training they have received. The project is promoted by the Cariplo Foundation (funder) and by the ISMU Foundation (which is responsible for the project from the first to the final assessment) with the collaboration of AFOL Province of Milan, Clerici Foundation-Lombardy, Enaip Foundation- Lombardy.