Keep up to date on all KIDS4ALLL initiatives.
During the project we will point out the seminars, conferences, events and publications that will be organized to facilitate the achievement of the objective and disseminate the contents of the research.
The 2021 Researchers' Night is an initiative promoted by the European Commission and involves every year thousands of European research institutions. The event aims to create opportunities for researchers and citizens to meet and to spread scientific culture in an informal and stimulating context. Thus, proposals and activities will take the form of experiments, games, science stories, exhibitions and shows to promote lifelong learning.
The KIDS4ALLL project will be presented by UniTo in Turin on Friday, September 24, 2021 from 3-11 pm (CET) at the Botanical Garden in the charming Valentino Park.
Don’t miss it and come by to learn more about the project, its potentials and benefits, ongoing activities and of course to meet & greet personally the UniTo KIDS4ALLL team!
AIS-EDU brings the legacy of a long tradition of sociological studies and research on educational institutions and processes developed in Italy since the ‘50s, whose common denominator is the analysis of changes in formal, informal and non-formal education.
This conference, hosted by the University of Cagliari, unites thus the academic community onsite to reflect on challenges, missions and perspectives of the sociology of education on the one hand, and new competences required on the other hand in a post-pandemic society.
ESPAnet Italia is a network of scholars that promotes the interdisciplinary debate on social policies drawing on different theoretical and methodological traditions. The 14th conference hosted by the network aims to promote research on the most recent global developments focusing on “Covid and welfare policies: emerging effects and dynamics of change”.
The European Educational Research Association has been organising the annual ECER conference entitled “Education and Society: expectations, prescriptions, reconciliations.”
The international online event presents interactive paper sessions, research workshops, panel discussions and talk sessions to promote high-quality educational research in an open debate among peers.
“Sociological Knowledges for Alternative Futures” is the header of the 15th ESA conference 2021, that will be held in online format. The topic chosen for the interdisciplinary exchange of research related to education and society seems to be more relevant than ever before, in post-pandemic times that require latest research to formulate updated measures and strategies to cope with the future.
The KIDS4ALLL project consortium has put highest priority to continuous formation to always be on the same page.
The events, that are organised four times per year aim to provide an ongoing platform for discussions, exchange of best practices and critical reflections. The KIDS4ALLL seminar series are at the core of the internal staff training activities and involve all partners and advisors. All seminars shall contribute to creating a common knowledge base, bridging experiences in research and innovation and building interdisciplinary and cross-project collaboration towards successful synergies. The topics of the 1st year seminars regard the Lifelong Learning Key Competences as defined by the EU-Commission.
Seminar on Multilingualism & cultural awareness, Sept. 28, 2021, 3-5pm (CET) - online
Seminar on Active Citizenship, Dec. 21, 2021, 3-5pm (CET) - online