Youth

SociAbility

The SociABILITY project is an Erasmus + KA1 VET project and is aimed at 150 new graduates from educational institutions members of the IPSSS DE AMICIS consortium, IISS VIA ASMARA 28 (Villa Paganini), IISS PIAGET-DIAZ who have achieved a diploma in social and health services and will allow them to take advantage of an international internship experience as a further qualification of their professional skills, which will promote their formal recognition within social and educational policies in Italy, thus increasing their employability.

Centro Aggregativo Myo Spazio

It is a Youth Centre in the 70th district of Rome, which is the result of a project already active in the area, but with a new look and favours the projection and active participation of young people. The project is part of one of the objectives of the social budget of the Municipality of Rome VIII, building a pathway aimed at promotion. This service is carried out for the Municipality of Rome VIII, thanks to the funding of the law 285/97 on childhood and adolescence and is reaalized by: CEMEA del Mezzogiorno onlus and REPLAY Network.

My Story Map

Educational strategies based on the pedagogical use of digital story mapping with the aim of re-engaging young people in learning activities and, through the use of the produced tools, preventing other young people from prematurely dropping out of the educational and training system. The project develops an intersectoral and strategic approach that can be adopted and implemented by schools, vocational training institutions, lifelong learning centres, youth centres and organisations, with the macro objective of integrating social innovation into education.

EXULI

The project promotes an integrated approach that combines the non-formal education practices typical of youth work with the contribution of the Lacanian psychoanalytic practice. Both approaches support the capacity for resilience, such as the ability to effectively cope with the challenges of the exile condition of young migrants, to give new impetus to their existence and even to reach important goals. The project aims to develop, test and share a working method with those who work with young migrants who have applied for asylum in Europe, young refugees and second generations immigrants, contributing to the creation of a tool to be used for the purpose of radicalism prevention.

Comp-Pass

The aim of the COMP-PASS (Competence Passport) project, which lasts 24 months, is to develop the social integration of young people who are not in education, employment or trainings (NEET) through a guided pathway closely related to their skills and needs