Parenthood 2.0 is a EU funded project about parenthood and new ways of participation in early childhood care and education. The project is aimed at analysing the images of parenthood and the new needs and rights of the parents in a changing world, with a focus on Italy and Sweden
The BRIC project is a EU funded action research about Young Children, Public Spaces and Democracy. The partners are ASBR (Municipal Preschools in Bassa Reggiana, Reggio Emilia, Italy), the Barn Pedagogiskt Forum, Goteborg, Sweden, and the University Anglia Ruskin, Cambridge, United Kingdom. The project started in 2014.
It is possible to visit our Municipal preschools in Bassa Reggiana both through direct contact or within a EU project.
Many groups visit our preschools and participate in lectures, workshops and researches upon early education.
Progettinfanzia provides education and training for preschool teachers, pedagogistas, atelieristas and other school staff on the topic of Early Childhood education, with a strong focus on democracy in preschools.
Shaking the Habitual is a EU funded project about Early Childhood education and gender equity. The aim of the project is to raise awareness on stereotypes and gender bias in early education, focusing on the different behaviours of teachers.
This short clip introduces, by pictures, the experience of the preschools of Bassa Reggiana. It has been produced by Fabio Lucenti and Tania Bertacchi during the opening cerimony for the Nido Rodari, Poviglio