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REM - a European project to promote intercultural dialogue and prevent violent radicalization.

po Annalisa Pezzini
Jezik: EN

Last Wednesday, October 3rd 2018, at the headquarters of Ceis Formazione in Modena, started a training course on the rights and duties of citizens, with reference to the Italian Constitution, aimed at young migrants, including unaccompanied foreign minors and asylum seekers, guests of the residential communities of the Ceis Group.
18 young people from 10 different countries (Albania, Ivory Coast, Gambia, Morocco, Mali, Nigeria, Pakistan, Romania, Senegal, Somalia) will participate at the course.
The training is divided into eight meetings that will take place from October to December 2018.
The course is part of the European project Rem - Rights, duties, solidarity, co-funded by the Erasmus + program, of which Ceis Formazione is leader and which involves seven partner organizations from four European countries: Germany, Italy, Romania and Spain.
The organizations involved are: VHS of Cham in Germany, Cpia of Bologna and University of Insubria in Italy, CPIP and Fundatia professional in Romania, Associacion Ambit in Spain.
Each partner will realize in their country a training course, aimed at migrants, but not only, men and women, with the aim of promoting knowledge and awareness on what are the rights and duties recognized in the country where they live and in Europe, constructive dialogue and dialogue on cultural differences and similarities with the country of origin of migrants and the arrival country.
The courses will involve students of language courses, courses aimed at naturalization or the acquisition of citizenship, high schools, asylum seekers and migrants present in reception centers, prisoners and former prisoners.
The general objective is to promote democratic values and fundamental rights and prevent violent radicalization, often generated and encouraged by integration difficulties and therefore by the perception of isolation and not belonging to the context in which migrants live.
The project is inspired by a good practice carried out inside the Dozza prison in Bologna, where friar Ignazio De Francesco, in the past years, has involved prisoners, originally from the Maghreb area, in lectures aimed at reflecting on rights and duties, on the comparison between Constitutions and between civil and religious norms.
Within the European project Rem, a first adaptation of the training course realized at Dozza was realized by the CPIA of Bologna from January to April of this year, with a class of 25 students of 15 different nationalities.
On November 23rd, 2018 in Brussels, a Workshop will be held to present the project to an international audience from different European countries.
For more information, on  the website  or at

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