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Multiplier Event in Lisbon

On the 25th of October, CESIS will organise the first Multiplier Event of the HOOD project. The online event will focus on the issue of early intervention in the work...

Learning Teaching Training Event in Turin

Last week, the project partners finally met each other in presence at the training event organized in Turin. Travelling from Denmark, Greece and Spain, the partners spent three intense days...

A Conversation with Isabel Baptista

During the Transnational Project Meeting in Lisbon, the HOOD partners had the opportunity to meet Isabel Baptista, an independent researcher with over twenty years of experience in poverty and social...

European Platform to combat homelessness

The last June, at the high-level conference in Lisbon, European Institutions, EU governments and civil society have launched the European Platform on Combatting Homelessness to promote dialogue, mutual learning, debate,...

A setting for sharing power

The last one of our first sessions of videocast is on air! In this brief video, professor Curto debates the importance of our intervention setting. To adopt the enabling co-planning...

CHANGING THE CONTEXT, NOT THE PERSON

On the fourth videocast of the HOOD project, Professor Marchisio proposes a useful metaphor to clarify how enabling co-planning works. If a person cannot walk and they want to go...

Enabling co-planning: who gives priorities?

We released the third videocast coming from our training event on the enabling co-planning approach. Professor Natascia Curto, from the University of Turin, discusses here a core element of this...

Anticipatory Dialogues: dreaming of a happy future

Our second videocast is on air! Professor Marchisio, from the University of Turin, introduces the dialogical practices that represent a reference for the enabling co-planning approach. Anticipatory Dialogues are a...


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