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Horizon 2020

Horizon 2020 (H2020) è il Programma Quadro dell’Unione Europea (UE) per la ricerca e l’innovazione relativo al periodo 2014-2020. I Programmi Quadro, di durata settennale, sono il principale strumento con cui l’Unione Europa (UE) finanzia la ricerca in Europa. Horizon 2020 unifica in un unico strumento finanziario tre programmi precedenti (2007-2013) finalizzati a supportare la ricerca, l’innovazione e lo sviluppo tecnologico: il Settimo Programma Quadro (7PQ), il Programma Quadro per la Competitività e l’Innovazione (CIP) e l’Istituto Europeo di Innovazione e Tecnologia (EIT). La sua elaborazione è stata avviata nel 2011, quando i capi di Stato e di governo della UE hanno invitato la Commissione europea, per il periodo 2014-2020, a integrare in un quadro strategico comune i diversi strumenti dedicati a sostenere la ricerca e l’innovazione. La Commissione ha avviato così un’ampia consultazione che ha coinvolto tutti gli attori principali in tema di ricerca e ha portato all’istituzione del Programma
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PARTISPACE Partner di progetto In corso Goethe University Frankfurt am Main 01/05/2015 - 30/04/2018

Existing research suggests that political participation and European orientation of young people depend on how they experience influence and involvement at local level. This reflects that individuals need the experience of self-efficacy to engage in wider communities. Research also reveals that only few young people engage in formalised participation (parties, trade unions, or youth councils) as these are not flexible enough for individualised concerns, biographies and life styles and they reflect patterns of social inequality. The project Spaces and Styles of Participation (PARTISPACE) starts from the assumption that all young people do
participate while not all participation is recognised as such. The study asks for the different ways in which young people participate in decisions „which concern them and, in general, the life of their communities”. How do 15- and 30-year-olds engage with the public in formal, non-formal and informal settings and how is this supported or inhibited by local youth policies and youth work? The countries involved – Bulgaria, France, Germany, Italy, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and the UK – secure contrasting contexts of young people’s growing up as well as differing orientations towards Europe.
The design of PARTISPACE includes:
• National research literature reviews and policy analysis;
• Analysis of European Social Survey data on young people’s participatory orientations;
• Local case studies in one major city per country including expert interviews, focus groups discussions, city walks and
biographical interviews with young people, ethnographic case studies of formal, non-formal, and informal participatory
• Activating and supporting participatory action research by young people themselves.
The analysis relates local constellations with national and European patterns and discourses of youth participation. Findings are constantly discussed with representatives of the youth sector at local and European level.

Responsabile Scientifico: Prof.ssa Morena Cuconato

RISE Coordinatore In fase di avvio European Commission in fase di definizione

The right to education for Roma children continues to be seriously challenged throughout the European Union. Low levels of education and
widespread illiteracy are among the main obstacles preventing Roma communities from benefiting from social inclusion, equitable access to the
labor market and active participation in the public life of the countries where they reside The quality and quantity of Roma school attendance and
performance has been heavily influenced by the educational strategies and teaching models implemented in schools:they can either promote or
discourage success and inclusion of Roma children in school. The objective of the project is to promote a more welcoming and inclusive school for
Roma children 6 to 14 years old,to fight the discrimination in education and to prevent and reduce absenteeism and educational disengagement of
Roma children in Slovenia (Dolenjska region),Italy (Bari - Bologna) and Portugal (Prado,Vila Verde). At the same time to build a more inclusive
school for all the students. For this reasons the project promotes: 1)training course for teachers,social workers,principals and other school
personnel in the field of enhancement of teaching techniques (cooperative learning, learning by doing) and social and intercultural skills to improve
information and knowledges of Roma community and follows with a constant monitoring the process of change in schools 2)practices and
strategies for involving parents in the teaching activities and educational choices in order to foster and reconstruct a culture of school participation
(group of “parents peers”) 3)workshops with children to develop specific skills and to be able to talk about diversity and become promoters of a
message against discrimination by the construction of a video graphic (creative and educational productions) for other children and adults Central
in the project is to develop the exchange of good practices among the partner countries and the choice to use action research.


Responsabile Scientifico: Prof.ssa Maria Teresa Tagliaventi