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Unicef, at the start of the final conference of the ‘Lost in education’ project

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(ANSA) – ROME, MAY 26 – 4300 girls and boys between 11 and 17 years old, 1300 teachers, 20 municipalities, 170 associations and more than 400 parents in 7 regions were involved. This is the project “Lost in Education. Educational agreements and educating communities: the word to girls and boys” carried out by Unicef ​​with the national Arciragazzi. The final conference of the project will be held in Rome on 30 and 31 May 2022 in which the results achieved and the lessons learned at the end of the course will be presented.

The project was selected by the social enterprise ‘Con i Bambini’ as part of the Fund for the contrast of juvenile educational poverty, while the partnership, led by Unicef ​​Italy, is composed of Arciragazzi, 19 schools (13 Comprehensive Institutes and 6 Higher Institutes) and 5 third sector partners.

During the final two days it will be possible to meet the 16 educating communities that the girls and boys, together with the teachers and educating actors, have activated in the project territories and to participate in the training and in-depth meetings provided for within the ‘Officine Unicef ​​initiative. ‘.

The presentation of the community educational pacts and the sharing of school experiences open to the territory are scheduled for 30 May. The methodological notebook “Let’s make a pact! Educating communities and participation of girls and boys” – Franco Angeli Editore, a collection of tools and lessons learned will also be presented.

Among others, the president of Unicef ​​Italy Carmela Pace and the president of Arciragazzi Camillo Cantelli will speak at the opening of the conference. On May 31st there will be a confrontation between a representation of the girls and boys of the Lost in Education community of practices and the institutional representatives, to whom the minors will present their recommendations. (HANDLE).

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Source: Ansa

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