La maieutica come strumento di crescita civile

The Centre for Creative Development Danilo Dolci is an institution accredited to the National Office for Community Service, and it gives the chance to young people aged 18 to 28 with Italian nationality, to live an experience of personal and professional growth contributing to the development of communities in several fields. The National Community Service is aimed at: Contributing, as an alternative to compulsory military service, to the defence of

Inventing the future: Reciprocal maieutic approach for conflict transformation

The project lasted for two years, from December 2006 to November 2008. Each partner  chose a conflict depending on the historical, social and political context of his country, and considered the non-violent transformation of these conflicts through activities that put into practice the reciprocal maieutic approach. The project “Inventing the Future” was designed with the idea of allowing people from different countries to collectively think about the possibility of non-violent

EDDILI: to educate is to make possible the discovery of life

EDDILI is a project of international research-action, addressed to Adult Learning Staff (thereafter known as ALS), such as teachers and trainers of adults, as well as adult learners (thereafter known as AL). The international partnership aims to experiment and share Danilo Dolci’s Reciprocal Maieutic Approach (thereafter known as RMA) as an educational approach that can be used in the field of training by ALS. The project is co-funded by the

EDDILI: RMA Reciprocal Maieutic Approach manual

EDDILI: RMA Reciprocal Maieutic Approach manual

EDDILI is a project of international research-action, addressed to Adult Learning Staff (thereafter known as ALS), such as Teachers and Trainers of Adults, and Adult Learners (thereafter known as AL). The international partnership aims to experiment and share together Danilo Dolci’s Reciprocal Maieutic Approach (thereafter known as RMA) as an educational approach that can be used in the field of training by ALS. After a comprehensive evaluation process, the final

EDDILI: international seminar

The University of Nicosia organizes an International Seminar on the reciprocal maieutic approach within the framework of The University of the EDDILI project, co-funded by the European Commission through the Lifelong Learning Programme under the action Grundtvig Multilateral projects. International Seminar open to public 15.00 Welcome Presentation of the LLP Grundtvig programme and the EDDILI project, by P. Angelides, UNIC 15.30 Introduction to Danilo Dolci and RMA”, by A. Dolci,

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