bassa reggiana – european projects

bric

Young children, public spaces, democracy Education and Culture Lifelong learning programme, COMENIUS KA2 2014-2017

BRIC is a research project funded by the European Union that involves Italy (Azienda Servizi Bassa Reggiana), Sweden (Barnpedagogiskt Forum) and England (Anglia Ruskin University), coordinated by Tim Waller, professor at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge

The research intends to focus attention on the relationship between educational services, childhood and public spaces of the territory and, in particular, on the dialogue that can be established between them in order to make the country a possible educational and participation scenario.

The project has a three-year duration and began in January 2015. BRIC involves children and teachers, parents and has the intent to explore and deepen the theme of democratic participation in public spaces.

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BRIC week, Italy, 2015

Whatch the video about the BRIC’s italian experience in Swiden and with Bassa Reggiana’s partners.

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