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Seminario: Community prevention and early prevention

Venerdì 12 Dicembre 2014, alle 9,30, nella sala polivalente della Regione Emilia Romagna (viale Aldo Moro, 50 – Bologna), si tiene  ‘Community Prevention and Early Prevention’, seminario finale del progetto europeo ‘Community and early prevention’. Modera i lavori: Giacomo Sarti del consorzio Open, nonché reponsabile area Welfare del CEFAL. Seminario early prevention_A

Per maggiori informazioni e atti del seminario: http://sociale.regione.emilia-romagna.it

PROGRAMMA:

  • Ore 9.30 – Registration of participants
  • Ore 10 – Welcoming address by Emilia-Romagna Region Gino Passarini (Responsible of Service for familiar childhood and adolescence policies) Moderator: Giacomo Sarti (Consorzio OPEN)
  • Ore 10.15 – Introducing on prevention thematic Rossella Selmini, (University of Minnesota, USA)
  • Ore 10.45 – Presentation of the project “Early and Community Prevention” Gian Guido Nobili (Head of the Research Unit on Criminology, Department of Urban Security and Local Police, Emilia-Romagna Region )
  • Ore 11 – The results of the project: the model on Early and Community Prevention, the Glossary and the Researc Silvio Ciappi (Consorzio OPEN)

CONCRETE EXPERIENCES

  • Ore 11.45 PRESENTATION OF SOME EXPERIENCES
    Network approaches to prevention: the agreement between institutions, law enforcement and social resources. The experience of Torino, Italy Marco Bertoluzzo, Claudia Ducange (Consorzio OPEN)
    Implementation of Mentoring in El Vendrell. Barcelona, Spain Oscar Puy, Lluis Bou
    Changes in types implementation of mentoring from voluntary to full-time Jaano Rassa, (KESA)Seminario early prevention_B
  • Ore 14.30 – Joint training between Emilia-Romagna Region and the District of S. Donato in Bologna Daniela Farini (Consorzio OPEN)
    The experience in Termini Imerese, Italy Giuseppe Mattina (Istituto don Calabria, Consorzio Open)
    The Evolution & Effectiveness of Early and Community Prevention in the UK. Lessons learned from the European Collaboration Brian Delord, (Europeace Youth)
    Conclusions by Andrea Di Nicola (University of Trento, Italy)