Children and families

ARRC – ACTION FOR CHANGE: Achieving Resilience, Recovery and Choices for women and children following domestic violence

ARRC – ACTION FOR CHANGE: Achieving Resilience, Recovery and Choices for women and children following domestic violence

Objectives To develop and exchange best practice in establishing specialised services to enable women and children to recover and reduce the need for removal of childrenTo empower women victims of domestic violence (DV) in steering and delivering the project to ensure...

VIGILA ET PROTEGE – To search and protect unaccompanied minors through the S.I.S. II ‘fight against invisibility’

VIGILA ET PROTEGE – To search and protect unaccompanied minors through the S.I.S. II ‘fight against invisibility’

VIGILA ET PROTEGE – To search and protect unaccompanied minors through the S.I.S. II ‘fight against invisibility’

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To fight against the phenomenon of “invisible minors”, which are unaccompanied minors who escape from custodial/educational centres without repatriation requests, by improving SIS (Schengen Information System)
  • To identify international good practices to contrast with the phenomenon of missing minors

  • 13 International study visits among police advisors from Schengen countries and staff of custodial centres
  • 10 National workshops for police advisors to discuss about the phenomenon of missing unaccompanied minors
  • International workshop to analyze the results of the study visits
  • International workshop to share International good practices for fighting against the phenomenon of unaccompanied missing minors
  • 2 International conferences to share the results of the workshops and to present the Italian approach to the phenomenon of missing minors

  • Handbook: To search and protect unaccompanied minors – fight against invisibility: common procedures to enhance unaccompanied missing minors searches through the use of SIS II; Good Practices and lists of recommendations to carry out appropriate measures to strengthen international cooperation on sensitive issues, such as protection and repatriation of missing unaccompanied minors [en|it]
  • Realization of IT solutions to improve the unaccompanied missing minors alert system

  • Coordinator: Central Criminal Police Directorate (Italy)
  • International Police Cooperation DEPT Latvia (Latvia)
  • International Relation Unit of Malta (Malta)
  • International operational cooperation directorate of Bulgaria (Bulgaria)
  • Secretary general of the international security system (Portugal)
  • OSCE organization for security and cooperation in Europe (Austria)

Follow the project IN ACTION

Date of project: 16/09/2013 – 15/09/2014

DG of reference: DG Home Affairs, Pilot Project on unaccompanied minors

Contacts:

CESIE: silvia.ciaperoni@cesie.org


Legali per volare

Legali per volare

Legali per volare

ObjectivesActivitiesPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To develop policies against school drop-out
  • To develop mathematical and linguistic competences of the students with high risk of social vulnerability
  • To Experiment models of integrated intervention
  • To improve of the methodologicalandoperational teachers’ competences
  • Policy against social exclusion

  • Trainings for teachers and experts in the field of education
  • Activities for kindergarten (reading aloud, inventing stories, construction of animated books, etc..)
  • Stories about the history of the antimafia culture
  • Mathematical games
  • Dramatizations

  • Didattica F. Ferrara
  • Liceo Classico Vittorio Emanuele II
  • I.C.S. Madre Teresa di Calcutta

Institution of reference: Region of Sicily, Regional Department of Education – Educational Actions and of promotion of active citizenship and legality. Operational Programme for Convergence objective 2007/2013, European Social Fund, the Sicilian Region. Axis IV – Human Capital.

Date of project 2010 – 2011

Contact:

CESIE: partnership@cesie.org


MIRACLE – Migrants and Refugees – A Challenge for Learning in European Schools

MIRACLE – Migrants and Refugees – A Challenge for Learning in European Schools

MIRACLE – Migrants and Refugees – A Challenge for Learning in European Schools

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • Analysis of the existing needs in the field of migration for teachers and pupils in several countries of the EU
  • Rendering a more successful school career for pupils with and without migration background

  • International reports on migration policy and on teacher trainings and needs in the field: interviews with experts, questionnaires, etc.
  • Teacher training course focused on cultivating political intercultural competence among teachers in elementary schools
  • Teaching/learning material for elementary school pupils of varying abilities

  • Coordinator: AGORA Civic Education, Leibniz University Hannover (Germany)
  • Humanistic Association (Germany)
  • Artemisszio foundation (Hungary)
  • Losonci Téri Általános Iskola (Hungary)
  • Slovenian Migration Institute. Scientific Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Arts and Sciences (Slovenia)
  • Brezovica pri Ljubljani Primary School (Slovenia)
  • G.E. Nuccio (Italy)
  • Malta Regional Development and Dialogue Foundation (MRDDF) (Malta)
  • Università della Svizzera italiana, faculty of Communication Sciences (Switzerland)

Follow the project IN ACTION

Date of project: 01/10/2009 – 01/09/2011

DG of reference: DG EAC, Education and Training, Lifelong Learning Programme – Comenius Multilaterale

Contact:

CESIE: luisa.ardizzone@cesie.org

www.miracle-comenius.org


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