[Autom. eng. transl.] People who migrate from their country of origin, whether adults or minors, face considerable difficulties in building a new life project. Basic education and secondary education represent an invaluable capital for post-shift integration processes: an indispensable lever for migration policies. In Italy there are many second generation young people, enrolled in ordinary school segments, but the number of unaccompanied adults and minors who are in contact with school and university structures through the CPIA (Provincial Centers of Adult Education is also growing) ) and lifelong learning projects at schools, vocational training centers, universities and prison institutions. What social processes are involved in this "necessary", but extremely difficult, formation? In what conditions can good educational results be achieved? How do school actors react to the challenges of multiculturalism and existential precariousness of these students? What would be urgently needed to improve the effectiveness of these training policies? The volume offers a selection of field studies, recently carried out in various areas of Italy, on the relationship between foreigners (mostly asylum seekers) and the public school-education system, presented at the Mid-term Conference “Sociology and European societies: social structures, cultures and institutions ”held in Catania on 5 and 6 October 2018, in the session organized by AIS-Sociology of Education.
|Translated title of the contribution||[Autom. eng. transl.] The training of migrants, refugees and unaccompanied foreign minors in Italy. A necessary reality|
|Publisher||Vita e Pensiero, Milano|
|Number of pages||146|
|Publication status||Published - 2019|
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