According to Fondazione Reggio Children, education is understood as a place of encounter, interaction and connections among the citizens of a community, and therefore a political place par excellence.
To this effect, pedagogical practice takes on a precise social and political connotation and plays a transformative and regenerative role for the whole community.
The projects promoted by Fondazione aim to support the idea of education as a public fact, which gathers around itself the co-responsibility of institutions, civil society and individuals, in a dimension of open debate, exchange and social management, as it happens in the educational experience of Reggio Emilia.
The project aims to support the municipality of Dakar in the development of a response model to develop an intervention on the issues of waste management, sustainability of municipal services, support for the green economy.
Reimagine aims to foster fair and secure access to inclusive and quality educational services for vulnerable Palestinian children and communities.
The project aims to improve the living conditions of the population of Bairro Chamanculo C through integrated regeneration processes in Maputo
The OASI project aims to redevelop the public green area of Bir Ouna in Palestine, through participatory and inclusive processes of local families, young people and schools.
The Aprender project wants to support 5 primary schools in the Nhlamankulu district and George Dimitrov of Maputo for the resumption of school lessons in safety after the COVID-19 emergency
Peace between cultures
Through an innovative educational path, the project intends to promote intercultural education and peace in the suburban area of Reggio Emilia
Within 3 years, the project P.A.C.E. aims to increase the quality of early childhood education systems in Palestine by promoting the activation of an integrated public-private system, the upgrading of school contexts and the opening of a creative reuse centre as a professional development place for teachers.
Abitare il Paese – La cultura della domanda
The project Abitare il Paese (Living the Country) promotes a culture of questions concerning the search for the meaning of the city through a territorial co-design path that involves children and young people from Italian schools, teachers and architects.