Per Formare is a not for profit association devoted to social matters such as the fight against discrimination, occupational guidance, training and labor employment. Despite its dimensions, Per Formare counts on numerous intersectorial professionals which collaborate cooperatively in a wide and strong network (about 30 professionals).
In order to achieve its goals, Per Formare is characterised by a multidisciplinary staff (researchers and professionals) and by a close network with key stakeholders of University and employment and training centres. In the last years, the association has been involving in national and transnational projects in order to exchange best practices and to better understand the adequate strategies for:
- acceptance and integration of young immigrants in schools;
- contrast discrimination at work;
- employment of NEET and re-employment of mature adults.
Per Formare has a strong culture and expertise in project management of complex interventions in social field, frequently cooperating with central or local institutions. Examples are:
- “DiversaMente”, a project committed by Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri, funded by UNAR (Antidiscrimination National Bureau). The intervention promoted (2014) a cultural change in the labour market, involving four regions of the South Italy and focusing the “diversity” as a resource to be exploited to give value to firms and persons.
- “P.E.A.C.E.”, an Eu Project aimed to exchange of good practices about school inclusion of foreign students, between school and training operators from Italian and French contexts. The project was coordinated by the “Agency Europe Chantier” of Roma Capitale.
The association is also authorised by the Ministry of Labour to intervene on the matching between demand and supply and by Lazio Region as an accredited body to support youths and enterprises in this match.
Staff involved in the project.
- Project manager: Maurizio Piccinetti. Master’s degree in Pedagogy, has a long experiences in management of complex projects, construction of local, national and transnational partnership and creation and management of multidisciplinary staff.
- Key Expert: Sergio Rossi, master’s degree in sociology and expert of human resources management. He has been involved in a sociological research, definition of action plans, quality management, monitoring and evaluation of national and transnational projects.
- Financial manager: Valeria Tirletti, administrative and financial manager with more than 15 years of experience in administrative and financial reporting activities.