This paper investigates the conditions of immigrant women in Italian penitentiary institutions from a “militant” pedagogy perspective. The approach is centered on the rights and empowerment of people experiencing detention in order to explore how they combat stereotypes that generate exclusion, as well as to design educational settings accordingly. Supported by a variety of sources, favoring the autobiographical and narrative ones, the author attempts to bring light to foreign women’s experience of imprisonment, to what strategies and resources they implement to withstand prison life and how to identify educational pathways that stem from the values of a woman’s world.

Zizioli, E. (2017). Voices of immigrant women from prison. PEDAGOGIA OGGI, XV (1), 251-262.

Voices of immigrant women from prison

Zizioli E.
2017

Abstract

This paper investigates the conditions of immigrant women in Italian penitentiary institutions from a “militant” pedagogy perspective. The approach is centered on the rights and empowerment of people experiencing detention in order to explore how they combat stereotypes that generate exclusion, as well as to design educational settings accordingly. Supported by a variety of sources, favoring the autobiographical and narrative ones, the author attempts to bring light to foreign women’s experience of imprisonment, to what strategies and resources they implement to withstand prison life and how to identify educational pathways that stem from the values of a woman’s world.
Zizioli, E. (2017). Voices of immigrant women from prison. PEDAGOGIA OGGI, XV (1), 251-262.
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