Thanks to funding from the European Union and project coordination by the Municipality of Reggio Emilia, the Widespread School project is born, which aims to provide higher quality education through the out-of-classroom approach to education.
P.E.R. Play Explore Research
From the collaboration between the Reggio Children Foundation and The Lego Foundation comes the P.E.R. project, which aims to promote and spread the relationship between play and learning the right to a quality education for all, involving teachers and educators from all over the world in a creative learning path through conferences and experiences in the 5 continents.
The project Crescere Insieme (Growing Together), promoted by Save the Children and Fondazione Reggio Children with the support of Credem, was born with the aim of combating child educational poverty through innovative educational paths in 7 Italian cities.
Reimagine aims to foster fair and secure access to inclusive and quality educational services for vulnerable Palestinian children and communities.
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.
FA.C.E. – Farsi Comunità Educanti
The project FA.C.E aims to increase access to educational services for children aged 0/6 years in order to fight educational poverty in four Italian areas characterised by fragile contexts. It sets up participatory paths and educational services with local institutions and communities.
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.
The Particidade project supports the cooperation between the Municipalities of Reggio Emilia, Pemba and Maputo in Mozambique to design and implement educational proposals addressed to primary school children (aged 5-11 years) as part of a wider process of urban planning and regeneration and professional development.