RISE NATIONAL CONFERENCE IN ITALY ON 9 SEPTEMBER 2019
The RISE project Italian National Conference took place in Italy on the 9th and 10th of September 2019 in Bologna. You can consult the program, presentations, pictures and video of the event in the documentation section of this website.
Digital storytelling workshops in Portugal
The Portuguese team is developing two workshops to build animated stories with children from each primary school that participate in the RISE project. These workshops aim to discuss with the students themes related to cultural diversity, prejudice, discrimination, racism, respect and human rights.
"Libertè": 3rd Gipsy Day in Bologna on Saturday the 8th of June 2019
The 3rd Gipsy Day will take place in Bologna on Saturday the 8th of June 2019 in Bologna (zona ortiva via Erbosa, 17). The title of the event is "Libertè. Roma and Sinti in the resistance and ribellion of Auschwiz on the 16th of May 1944". This event will represent the opportunity to share traditional music, food, poetry and tales of the Roma and Sinti culture.
Visit to the didactic farm of the Arvaia cooperative in Bologna, Italy
On the 6th of June 2019 the students of the classes involved in the RISE project workshop activities visited the didactic farm of the Arvaia cooperative in Bologna, Italy. This activity has been organized according to the RISE project aim of creating a more inclusive and welcoming school for all the students through education paths focused on inclusion and interculture.
Workshop on the Roma and Sinti among prejudice and history and dissemination event in Bari
The workshop "Pride and prejudice. Roma and Sinti among prejudice and history: the case of the Puglia communities" will take place in the school Japigia1-Verga in Bari on Monday the 13rd of May 2019 from 4.15 pm.
PORRAJMOS: THE FORGOTTEN HOLOCAUST OF THE GIPSIES. SHOW-LECTURE IN BOLOGNA
The show-lecture "Porrajmos: the forgotten holocaust of the gipsies" will take place at Department of Education Sciences "Giovanni Maria Bertin" of the University of Bologna on Thursday the 23rd of May 2019 from 6.30 pm.
The show-lecture will be leaded by Pino Petruzzelli, director and actor of the Theater of Genova, Luca Bravi, historical and expert in Roma and Sinti History for the University of Florence, and the Italian RISE project team members.
Digital storytelling workshops in the schools of Bologna and Bari, Italy
The workshops in digital storytelling goes on in the schools of Bari and Bologna with the aim of realizing shortmovies. The students, through the cooperative learning, have written the subjects and screenplays, working from the graphic elaboration towards the digital editing of the stories. During the workshops the following issues have been developed: cultural pluralism, inclusion, friendship and diversity as enrichment and fight against all discriminations.
“Know-how and imagine your own future" workshops in Bologna, Italy
Five classes that joined the RISE project in Bologna (Italy) realized a workshop at school in which they met an artisan in order to deepen his profession and the context of working. The workshop took place in the months of February, March and April 2019.
The artisans that participated in the workshops were a "sfoglino" (a special cook who makes puff pastry) and a circus actor.
Workshops for students in the Primary School Drska Novo Mesto, Slovenia
On Tuesday, March 12, 2019, and Thursday, March 14, 2019, workshops on the production of didactic material were held at the Drska Primary School in Novo mesto in three classes of the first grade and one class of the second grade. In the first group they produced drawing and writing plates for sharing acceptance, in another a toy - a bunny of goods.
Primary school Loka Črnomelj - Workshops for students in Slovenia
Within the framework of the RISE - Roma Inclusive School Experiences project, we are preparing and implementing workshops for children in six participating schools in Slovenia. The first part of the workshops included a discussion on the different personality and diversity of cultures. The main task of the children was to get to know the Roma culture and to create a didactic game that would teach us about Roma culture and history.