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 OASI project aims to redevelop the public green area of Bir Ouna, through participatory and inclusive processes of local families, young people and schools.
The intervention aims to contribute to the development of the quality of services and urban public spaces of the Municipality of Beit Jala, promoting an improvement in the health conditions, participation and leadership of citizens, especially young people and children.
Fondazione Reggio Children collaborates in the project bringing its expertise in planning educational contexts in a participatory way and in co-planning educational actions with primary schools on the themes of education for sustainability and regeneration, thanks to the involvement of Remida, the Center for Creative recycling.
What happened in 2020
30 members of youth associations
and informal groups of Beit Jala
4 Young architects of Beit Jala
120 children and teachers
of preschools and primary schools in Beit Jala
90 Beit Jala families
16.000 Beit Jala citizens
12 Technicians and officials of the Beit Jala Municipality
1000 citizens within Emilia-Romagna Region
8 Technicians and officials of the Regio Emilia Municipality
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