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Educational Common Spaces. Passing through enclosures and reversing inequalities (SMOOTH). H2020-SC6-TRANSFORMATIONS-2020. Project ID: 101004491. IP: I. Pechtelidis.

Educational Common Spaces. Passing through enclosures and reversing inequalities (SMOOTH).

Educational Common Spaces. Passing through enclosures and reversing inequalities (SMOOTH).

 

Título del Proyecto

Educational Common Spaces. Passing through enclosures and reversing inequalities

Acrónimo

SMOOTH

Palabras clave

Educación, bien común, espacios públicos, jóvenes, juventud, infancia, integración, igualdad

 

Duración

Marzo 2021 - Marzo 2024

Investigadora principal en España

Mònica Figueras Maz

Entidades participantes

PANEPISTIMIO THESSALIAS

ARISTOTELIO PANEPISTIMIO THESSALONIKIS

UNIVERSIDADE NOVA DE LISBOA

Sodertorn University

UNIVERSIDAD DE CADIZ

UNIVERSITAET OSNABRUECK

UNIVERSIDAD POMPEU FABRA

UNIVERSITEIT GENT BE

UNIVERSIDADE DO MINHO

UNIVERSITA DEGLI STUDI DI PALERMO

TALLINNA TEHNIKAULIKOOL

Macedonian Museum of Contemporary art

Entidad Financiera

EUROPEAN COMMISSION

Horizon 2020 - Research and Innovation Framework Programme

Presupuesto

Total: 2,987,750

UPF: 208,250

Resumen (info)

SMOOTH intends to introduce the emergent paradigm of the ‘commons’ as an alternative value and action system in the field of education for

children and young people. The project critically draws out the implications of the commons for refiguring education and for social change in

general, on a footing of equality, sharing, participation, togetherness, caring and freedom. The project will address social inclusion according to the

‘educational commons’, which we want to study, if they can operate as a catalyst for reversing inequalities, through a variety of methods such as

pedagogical documentation, pedagogy of active listening, ethnography, discourse analysis.

In particular, it proposes an innovative action research program with and by children to:

a. reverse inequalities faced by children from vulnerable social groups;

b. strengthen inter-cultural and inter-generational dialogue and social integration;

c. develop vital social and personal skills for the children and adults;

d. create smooth spaces of democratic citizenship and experimentation with new ways of thinking and doing on the basis of equality, collaboration,

collective creativity, sharing and caring;

e. build and foster community through differences.

Universities, research labs, municipalities, NGOs, museums, and youth organizations, in different countries, will work interdisciplinary and

interculturally together to achieve the above aims from the point of view of educational commons. Specifically, various case studies will be

conducted in educational premises to reverse the existing inequalities and achieve an active social exclusion for vulnerable children and youth. In

short, a cross-cutting, cross-disciplinary analysis about the role of educational commons must be seen as crucial to provide policymakers new,

innovative and more efficient tools for proposing new policies to better engage children and adults in developing a more secure and resilient

economic, political and social model of Europe.

 

Investigadors principals

Mónica Figueras-Maz
208.250,00 Euros.