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P.A.R.I Politiche attive e risorse per l'integrazione

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Fondazione Mondo Digitale

P.A.R.I Politiche attive e risorse per l'integrazione

P.A.R.I Politiche attive e risorse per l'integrazione

Active policies and resources for integration

Project P.A.R.I - Active Policies and Resources for Integration, which is based on the new FAMI Calls (2019-21), aims to create a new network of subjects sharing a systematic and multidimensional approach to integration to promote a culture of lifelong learning amongst migrants and the development of strategic competences (know how) to improve quality of life and local development.



  • Contribute to the development of a new culture of integration by improving the regional network;
  • Provide third country nationals in the region with a true understanding of the language, culture and society in Italy;
  • Integrate basic linguistic support with experimental courses at various levels;
  • Enhance courses with functional literacy tools and courses focusing on linguistic and cultural aspects;
  • Promote access to educational services for targets in disadvantaged contexts;
  • Test innovative solutions to increase educational success of targets.



  • Regione Abruzzo (lead partner)
  • CPIA L’Aquila
  • CPIA Pescara-Chieti
  • CPIA Provincia di Teramo
  • Fondazione Mondo Digitale
  • Abruzzo Regional School Department



  • Prefecture of L’Aquila
  • Prefecture of Chieti
  • Prefecture of Pescara 
  • Prefecture of Teramo
  • Municipality of Pescara
  • Municipality of Teramo
  • Municipality of Fossacesia
  • Municipality of L’Aquila
  • Municipality of Roseto degli Abruzzi
  • Municipality of Scoppito
  • Municipality of Lentella
  • Municipality of Cansano
  • Municipality of Carunchio
  • Municipality of Guardiagrele




  • Project management, coordination and monitoring; administrative and accounting activities; auditing;
  • Educational actions - (a) Introductory educational activities at 3 partner CPIAs and relative course hubs: development of modular courses based on welcome, orientation and evaluation activities, as well as A1 and A2-level Italian courses; (b) Specific educational activities at 3 partner CPIAs and relative course hubs: development of experimental educational modules for primary Italian literacy (Alpha and pre-A1 levels) and more advanced levels (B1);
  • Complementary Services: services promoting access, participation and flexibility; local courses for participants in remote areas; linguistic and cultural mediation courses; local orientation and information courses; information and awareness-raising courses; services for local and virtual activities; services promoting disadvantaged categories; distance training courses for independent learning; services for civic and linguistic education;
  • Support and enhancement services: consolidation of governance processes and the development of local networks; Didactic improvement courses for teachers and operators; shared social research;
  • Communication and dissemination activities: communication, digital storytelling and final event.


Expected Results

  • 900 third country nationals enrolled in language courses, including 600 beneficiaries of complementary services;
  • 83 courses (alpha, pre-A1, A1, A2 and B1 levels): 25 level A1, 25 level A2, 10 level pre-A1, 20 level B1, and 3 level alpha;
  • 4 proximity courses in remote areas;
  • 7880 hours of educational courses for foreign citizens
  • No less than 650 third country nationals successfully complete courses;
  • 50 teachers on professional updating courses.

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