Partner: Rulli Frulli Lab – Sector: Research – Country: Italy – Place: Finale Emilia – Year: 2018 - 2019 – Project Status: Concluded – Type: AMI
THE PROJECT IN SUMMARY
Define the Rulli Frulli methodology and its success in the inclusion and integration of differences.
THE PROJECT IN DETAIL
Identify and systematise the process followed by Rulli Frulli and ascertain the transformative potential of its methodology.
Operators and youth (8-30) that participate in the activities of the Rulli Frulli Band (Italian and 2ndgeneration adolescents, disabled youth on the Autism spectrum or with Down Syndrome, young SPRAR migrants and refugees and prisoners in the ex OPG of Reggio Emilia).
The project foreses the realization of research, in collaboration with the Università Cattolica of Milan (ARC – Archivio della Generatività) to facilitate the process of defining the Rulli Frulli method by examining what has been happening in Finale Emilia these last years and in the other areas of intervention (the SPRAR of Reggio Emilia, the multi-ethnic community of Baranzate, the ex-Criminal Psychiatric Hospital).
This qualitative and quantitative analysis has been conducted through field research and beneficiary data obtained via questionnaires, interviews and focus groups in order to gather the details, specifics and contextual factors and elements of the Rulli Frulli experience.
In the end, the research provides the direct and indirect beneficiaries of the Rulli Frulli a means to effectively communicate and share the potential of the experience with others.
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