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Partner: Save the Children Italia – Sector: Research – Country: Italy – Place: Rome – Year: 2018-2019 – Project Status: Concluded – Type: AMI
THE PROJECT IN SUMMARY
Evaluation of the impact of the artistic workshops carried out at the CivicoZero Centre in Rome, initiated by Save the Children Italy in 2008.
THE PROJECT IN DETAIL
Guide the strategic choices of the organization both in terms of structure and programming of artistic workshops as well as the potential role that artistic activities play in enabling the inclusion and integration of unaccompanied minors.
In light of the triennial support from AMI to the CivicoZero Centre, and considering the greater relevance of the workshops in the lives of the minors and youths who have benefitted, Save the Children Italy intends to conduct an evaluation of the effects of the artistic workshops carried out in the CivicoZero Centre of Rome (managed by the CivicoZero social cooperative and in agreement and coordination with the cooperative itself).
The evaluation will involve many (clients, cooperative professionals and, as much as possible, workshop participants). It will be based on various approaches (questionnaires, focus groups and more detailed techniques) and preferably use qualitative techniques, both individual and group.
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