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OUR PROJECTS

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Solidarity tailoring and orientation to the professionalism of refugees and asylum seekers for integration and autonomy

Tailoring Linea Adele

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Cyclo-workshop and tailoring workshops to enhance skills and competences useful for the school reintegration of young people 

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Promotion of the economic integration of migrants to maximize the positive impact on business competitiveness    

Diversity Management and Integration

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Cyclo-workshop and tailoring workshops to enhance skills and competences useful for the school reintegration of young people 

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Promotion of the economic integration of migrants to maximize the positive impact on business competitiveness    

Diversity Management and Integration

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Learning models and training courses for socio-humanitarian workers in conflict zones and situations of vulnerability

Resilience guardians

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To support young students and graduates in setting up income-generating activities in Northern Cameroon

Badjouma Agricultural-Family School

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Safe spaces for families and vulnerable children, training of psychosocial workers on site

Psycho-social laboratories in Syria

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Accompaniment to integration in Italy and support for displaced families at the Polish border

Realmonte X Ucraina

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Digital literacy course for migrants in Milan, to learn the basics of computing and improve Italian

SkillaMI

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Online platform for language learning and individual tutoring for migrants and asylum seekers

ICARE

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Agro-food startup designed to adhere to specific areas of the African continent and lay the foundations for a new economy

Buslin project

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Spaces for aggregation to promote the education of children and the autonomy of local communities

Kananga Socio-Educational Center

Resilience at the center

'The power of life is so great that, like a huge torrent, it starts up again after a shocking event in new forms'
Cyrulnik, 2008

​ We believe that, in situations of difficulty, people find the strength to recover, by appealing to their internal and external resources. This ability is called resilience.

Originally used in the field of physics to describe the resistance of materials to shocks, the term resilience in the psychosocial field represents the ability to adapt and resume walking in adverse circumstances. The adversities referred to can take different forms, physical or moral: the death of a loved one, illness, family separation, loss of home, abandonment of the country, natural disasters, conditions of extreme poverty or vulnerability. 

The inherent human capacity to overcome adversity can use the support of 'guardians of resilience' as well as of symbolic places of affection, activities and opportunities for dialogue that allow people to take back their lives with the courage needed to look to the future.

Through training courses and laboratories studied by RIRES, the Research Unit on Resilience of the Catholic University, we act so that people know how to appeal to their resilience capacity, to transform pain into a new starting point.

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