We have begun activities in different areas of social and digital inclusion with projects in various stages of completion: some are in the planning phase, others are considered pilot actions, and many have been recently launched or are already at mid-course or nearing completion. From the Global Junior Challenge – now in its 7th Edition – to the 12th Edition of Grandparents on the Internet (2013-2014 school year), the projects we re-propose year after year are constantly renewed. Completed projects are subjected to an accurate assessment of the results achieved that can also be consulted online. A number of projects have become authentic models of reference replicated in other Italian regions and even exported abroad. More and more public and private organizations are currently seeking support from FMD in their proposals of new ideas, extensions of existing projects, and experimentation with new teaching methods. Each one takes us another step closer to the fulfillment of our dream of creating a truly inclusive learning society and a widespread community of social innovators at every level. This also increases FMD networking power: the ability to bring schools, universities, institutions, companies, and research centers together in order to pool their forces in facing the latest challenges, such unemployment among the young and Neet phenomenon.
Level of Education: Preschool, School