Non Formal Education

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.


Trainers Library will be a platform (website) where all the necessary resources will be available for a young worker or trainer to be able to develop skills that will allow them to work successfully with groups of young people and individuals within an Erasmus plus programme, but also with many other national, regional and local programmes. 


ARTEM is a project that aims to promote the meeting and the mutual knowledge between local community and migrants by relying on a system of reciprocal exchanges of non-market services: to make it possible to be recognized by the other for their competences, and to learn by doing.


The project aims to develop an educational strategy to support the development of skills and competences of migrants and refugees that will facilitate their integration into the host society, integrating non-formal education tools with an empirical approach regarding the training curriculum of Adult Education Centres for migrants and / or recent refugees.


E-STAR: E-Learning for Standing Together Against Racism is a project that tackles the topic of racism, in particular that of invisible racism, aiming to provide youth workers with new knowledge and tools useful to foster awareness and learning among young people, fighting discrimination and valuing diversity.


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.


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

On Live

The project aims to create an original method of working on the theme of cyberbullying, which offers the possibility of stimulating reflection and awareness of the phenomenon among young people. The project also aims to involve and train school students to play a role as peer educators on the subject, through the facilitating tool of comics. Resources and tools for non-formal education that will be made available to schools and their teachers to prevent and combat cyberbullying even where it is latent and not obvious.