In this article the bridge represents the transition of young people without a stable family who, after coming of age, leave the social protection system, namely educational and residential structures where they have grown up with the support of educators.The transition to adulthood and to autonomy is difficult for all young people, including those who can rely on personal and family resources.Certainly, transition is more difficult for the disadvantaged whether on the personal, the material, the social and the relational plane, and for young people who live in an inadequate, vulnerable and disfunctional family context.In their case crossing the bridge is very hard without a social support network because there is a risk of falling and losing one’s certainties, and thus experiencing a negative change of life.It is important to explore and to inquiry the tools and operative models that allow to build bridges that young people will not cross by themeselves, but with the help of someone who will assist them during their journey.In this perspective, the Research Project “Crossing the bridge. Evaluation analysis and interpretation tools of social inclusion projects”, co-financed thanks to the ‘PO Sardegna FSE 2007-2013’ and the Regional Law 7/2007: “Promotion of the scientific research and the technological innovation in Sardinia”, aims to analyse the data collected across Sardinia.In fact, the Regional Law, no. 4, art. 17 (11 May 2006) provides specific funding for the realization of an experimental programme to promote social inclusion projects for young people who leave residential structures and have not completed their transition to autonomy, nor have they attained social integration or completed their education and training.The present essay also refers to scientific and institutional literature on the subject here considered while explaining some elements of European planning. In addition, our study focuses on the main features of the current Experimental Programme for Social Inclusion in Sardinia.Finally, the first results and early perspectives for the development of the Project “Crossing the bridge” are also outlined.

Varcare il ponte: tra i contesti protetti e l’autonomia / Pandolfi, Luisa. - (2011), p. 11.

Varcare il ponte: tra i contesti protetti e l’autonomia

Pandolfi, Luisa
2011-01-01

Abstract

In this article the bridge represents the transition of young people without a stable family who, after coming of age, leave the social protection system, namely educational and residential structures where they have grown up with the support of educators.The transition to adulthood and to autonomy is difficult for all young people, including those who can rely on personal and family resources.Certainly, transition is more difficult for the disadvantaged whether on the personal, the material, the social and the relational plane, and for young people who live in an inadequate, vulnerable and disfunctional family context.In their case crossing the bridge is very hard without a social support network because there is a risk of falling and losing one’s certainties, and thus experiencing a negative change of life.It is important to explore and to inquiry the tools and operative models that allow to build bridges that young people will not cross by themeselves, but with the help of someone who will assist them during their journey.In this perspective, the Research Project “Crossing the bridge. Evaluation analysis and interpretation tools of social inclusion projects”, co-financed thanks to the ‘PO Sardegna FSE 2007-2013’ and the Regional Law 7/2007: “Promotion of the scientific research and the technological innovation in Sardinia”, aims to analyse the data collected across Sardinia.In fact, the Regional Law, no. 4, art. 17 (11 May 2006) provides specific funding for the realization of an experimental programme to promote social inclusion projects for young people who leave residential structures and have not completed their transition to autonomy, nor have they attained social integration or completed their education and training.The present essay also refers to scientific and institutional literature on the subject here considered while explaining some elements of European planning. In addition, our study focuses on the main features of the current Experimental Programme for Social Inclusion in Sardinia.Finally, the first results and early perspectives for the development of the Project “Crossing the bridge” are also outlined.
Varcare il ponte: tra i contesti protetti e l’autonomia / Pandolfi, Luisa. - (2011), p. 11.
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