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Ass. Realmonte  is partner and collaborates with several educational and training realities, from university research centers  to cooperation organisms and international development.


Resilience Research Unit

The Resilience Research Unit (RiRes), active since 2013, operates within the Department of Psychology of the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart of Milan with the aim of defining, strengthening and promoting processes of resilience in situations of vulnerability, both locally and internationally.


Ass. Realmonte collaborates with RiRes in numerous national and international contexts in support of minors, families and communities who are victims of natural disasters, war and forced migration, violence and other hardship situation.



Volunteers around the world

FOCSIV is a Federation that brings together more than 80 non-governmental organizations (NGOs) of international volunteering service engaged in the promotion of cooperation projects in the global South, with the aim of contributing to the fight against all forms of poverty and exclusion, to the affirmation of dignity and human rights,to the growth of local communities and institutions.



For Resilience Association Swiss Italian

Founded in Lugano in 2012, FRASI works for children and young people in countries where different humanitarian crisis (conflicts, wars, natural disasters, poverty) are displaced.

The collaboration of FARSI with Ass. Realmonte dates back to its foundation and the two realities work with synergy in making different projects both nationally and internationally.



Children's rights and dignity

Founded in 1948, BICE (Bureau International Catholique de l'Enfance) is a French NGO that is committed to protecting children's rights and dignity. All BICE actions and missions are part of the 'International Convention on the Rights of the Child and Adolescent', a convention that BICE has helped to develop, and supports its application.



Center for Research on Orientation and Socio-Professional Development 

The CROSS aims to promote  culture and practices of orientation in all its forms. The theoretical reference model adopted is based on the centrality of the person,  but also on the set of social factors that influence his personal and professional development.

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