This article aims at providing some results of a qualitative research, still in progress, about a project of international cooperation, promoted by IBBY (International Board on Books for Young People), for the realization of a library for children and teens on the island of Lampedusa, with the involvement of local schools, institutions and NGO’s dealing with childhood and denied rights. The goal is to create a service that allows, through the practice of storytelling, to broaden the horizons, to break the usual patterns, to promote dialogue and solidarity, starting from the smallest ones.

Zizioli, E. (2016). Con i bambini e i ragazzi di Lampedusa: costruire futuro attraverso i libri. In Dozza L., Ulivieri S. (a cura di), L'educazione permanente a partire dalle prime età della vita (pp. 714-722). Milano : FrancoAngeli.

Con i bambini e i ragazzi di Lampedusa: costruire futuro attraverso i libri

Zizioli E.
2016

Abstract

This article aims at providing some results of a qualitative research, still in progress, about a project of international cooperation, promoted by IBBY (International Board on Books for Young People), for the realization of a library for children and teens on the island of Lampedusa, with the involvement of local schools, institutions and NGO’s dealing with childhood and denied rights. The goal is to create a service that allows, through the practice of storytelling, to broaden the horizons, to break the usual patterns, to promote dialogue and solidarity, starting from the smallest ones.
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Zizioli, E. (2016). Con i bambini e i ragazzi di Lampedusa: costruire futuro attraverso i libri. In Dozza L., Ulivieri S. (a cura di), L'educazione permanente a partire dalle prime età della vita (pp. 714-722). Milano : FrancoAngeli.
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