The volume intends to deepen, through a multidisciplinary look at action and social work, different experiences of re-activating the energies present in local communities, in highly vulnerable contexts. The first part will deal with the references of applied sociology and the axes that have guided the design of some good practices of "urban resistance / resilience". The in-depth case studies in the various chapters of the volume will illustrate some projects that have been able, in the new risk scenarios that characterize the contemporary world, to implement innovative action tools, aimed at co-building well-being in our neighborhoods, our territories and in our cities. The observation is in particular aimed at the activities carried out by APS Le Compagnie Malviste, which has been operating in the social sector for over 15 years through the tools of theater and culture.
|Translated title of the contribution||[Autom. eng. transl.] Welfare for dreamers. Experiences of social and urban regeneration through art and culture|
|Number of pages||168|
|Publication status||Published - 2021|