by Tognetti Bordogna Mara
Not related to I.ECEC modules
External link: https://www.francoangeli.it/Ricerca/scheda_libro.aspx?Id=14796
Partners: Università degli Studi di Firenze
Keywords: Present-day societies Family inclusion & Participation of families in a plural way Children’s inclusion & Participation in services
Migrations, with their strong dynamics and specificities, constitute an increasingly significant reality of our everyday life, and our social relations. Experts, public decision makers, as well as citizens are called to daily interact with migrant individuals and families.
While considering the dynamics triggered by migrations and the fact that an increasing number of migrants are entering new living and working contexts, it becomes important to explore the actions and strategies that public decision makers and experts should adopt in order to promote and support the paths to inclusion for migrants.
Inclusion of migrants, as fully-fledged citizens, in living and working places is not a spontaneous process left to a good will: to the contrary, it should count on a structured process, accompanied and sustained by reflections, projects, and specific actions.
Aware of the need to initiate processes of inclusion for migrant minors, adults, women and families, the text gathers some experiences, and combines them with concomitant theoretical reflections on childhood, women, and migrant families.
Including: Susanna Mantovani, Francesca Linda Zaninelli, Come le politiche e i servizi per la prima infanzia accolgono i bambini immigrati e le loro famiglie, pp. 168-183.
Goals of the specific activity / resource
Focus of the publication:
- integration policies;
- social policies and ECEC services;
- reception of migrant families;
- migrant children reception in ECEC services