CCO has been operating in the Airola juvenile penitentiary in the province of Benevento since 2013 and has carried out various workshops: the writing of rap songs, theatre, sound, lighting and scenography. The project has received recognition over time for its success to the point that it was able to organize its first art festival in the juvenile prison, “Portami là fuori” (take me out there) in 2021, which it aims to replicate in other juvenile prison, such as the Paternostro in Catanzaro, where a pilot project carried out in 2021 resulted in the writing of a song, “Perdere e Prendere” (lose and take) about prejudices concerning prisoners, and the realization of a videoclip of the song.
Specifically, the evaluation aims to analyse the training method and social impact in the short period of training on themes relating to the workshops on Theatre, Scripts and Rap.
The work will be undertaken by ULIS Impresa Sociale Soc. Coop, an agency that focuses first on the elaboration of Theories of Change, defined as a rigorous and participatory process that is very useful in investigating the causal relationship within processes that generate social impact.
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