Su richiesta della prof.ssa Francesca Bracci, segnaliamo il Convegno “Transnational Collaboration on Bullying, Migration and Integration at School Level”.
Il Convegno, organizzato dall’Università degli Studi di Firenze, si terrà dal 06.09.2023 al 07.09.2023 presso l’Aula Magna dall’Università degli Studi di Firenze (Via Laura 48, Firenze).
The principal aim of this COST Action was to: advance collaboration between stakeholders to evolve and improve scientific measures and guides, working holistically towards ensuring integration, reducing bullying and enhancing the safety and well-being of refugee/migrant students, and as a result, all students in EU secondary schools, aiding in the social stability of both the individual and society.
The secondary aims were:
- To foster collaboration between interdisciplinary experts in the research areas of, sociology, child and social psychology, education, migration, science, technology, and policy, to support a holistic approach to safety, bullying and integration in our school communities to last beyond the life of the Action, via Seminars, Short Term Scientific Missions (STSMs), piloted measures intervention, peer reviewed paper writing support, International Conference and expert European Forum.
- The co-operative creation of new updated school climate measures to meet modern migrant/ethnicity diversity challenges, enhancing integration, inclusiveness and aiding in the prevention/ reduction of school bullying and violence, taking into account school factors that influence relationship outcomes (e.g. teacher-teacher, teacher-pupil, and pupil-pupil) including wellbeing, belonging and safety from bullying and violence, such as:
- the rights/responsibilities of all in the school community (indigenous/migrant/ethnic), inclusive consultation, gender issues, and restorative processes in conflict resolution;
- the school built environment, security and school design;
- uses of ICT within and around the school community as well as at home as it relates to cyberbullying and online abuse.