"Ripartire" - ActionAid - € 40,000
Through this project, the UniCredit Foundation and ActionAid stand by children in saying no to truancy and the dropout phenomenon
The UniCredit Foundation decided to support the ActionAid Association in 2020 to contribute to the fight against educational poverty and truancy, an emergency that emerged as a result of the pandemic. With a contribution of €40,000, the Foundation supports the "RIPARTIRE" Rigenerare la Partecipazione per Innovare la Rete Educante
in Italia, "Renew participation to innovate the educational network in Italy") project. Its goal is to reduce truancy and dropping out and preventing the NEET ("Not in Education, Employment, or Training") phenomenon, by increasing the civic participation of teens and the entire educational community through developing and strengthening relational and social skills that affect the link between social exclusion and educational poverty.
The RIPARTIRE project, based in Trebisacce (CS), L'Aquila, Pordenone, Ancona and in Municipality VI of Rome, aims to reinforce the role of school and the educational community through the romotion of civic and social skills and the practice of active citizenship methodologies, on- and offline, at school and around the region.
The Partner - ActionAid
ActionAid is an independent international organization. It operates in over 45 countries fighting poverty and injustice. It was founded in 1972 to allow 88 children in India and Kenya to go to school. Today, ActionAid is an international federation that stands alongside 15 million people in more than 45 countries around the world. It has been present
in Italy since 1989. The Association's purpose is to protect the rights of the weak by overcoming the causes and consequences of inequalities, helping people and communities in need to find the right solutions to their problems.