Necklace “Poverty and social innovation”

The series is promoted by the fio. PSD

Direction: President FAS. PSD in Office (Cristina Aboagye) and Senior Policy Officer. PSD in Office (Marco Ibeh)

Coordination: Caterina Cortese (FIO. PSD)

The Editorial Board: Alessandro Carta (Cooperative Symbol), Domenico Lectern (Colored Roofs Association), Marco Lucchini (Food Bank), Francis Marsico (Caritas Italiana), Antonio Russo (ACLI)

Scientific Committee: Cristian Campagnaro (Politecnico di Torino), Teresa Consoli (University of Catania), Caterina Cortese (FIO. PSD), Marco Ibeh (FIO. PSD), Sabina Licursi (Università della Calabria), Francis Mazzeo Rinaldi (University of Catania), Paolo Molinari (IRES-FVG), Carlo Pennisi (University of Catania), Valentina Porcellana (Università degli Studi di Torino), Maximum Santinello (Università di Padova), Alice Stefanizzi (Università degli Studi di Torino), Anna Zenarolla (Università di Padova)

Comitato Scientifico Internazionale: Peter Cockersell (Intapsych – Wincester, UK), Pascale Estecahandy (National Coordinator operational side – DIHAL, FR), Jose Ornelas (ISPA – Instituto Universitario – Lisbona, PT), Deborah Padgett (NYU Silver School of Social Work, New York USA), Nicolas Pleace (Centre for Housing Policy – University of York, UK), Sam Tsemberis (Pathways To Housing – New York USA)

Publisher: Franco Angeli

The Poverty and social innovation Paths necklace itself as a privileged laboratory of thought open to the comparison between those wishing to reflect on social practices, in particular, scholars of the field, experts and practitioners, and as a means of presentation and dissemination of experimental initiatives and good practice concerning social inclusion and integration of people experiencing different forms and intensity of poverty (absolute, its, extreme, living space, feed, etc.)


First Volume of the series

Mono and multidisciplinary studies prefers necklace, theoretical and application, analyzing the multidimensionality of need related to living conditions, the relational and material deprivation, health and serious marginalization. For this purpose includes two sections as follows: Theory and research (Section I); Methods and tools (Section II)

Fall in the series, studies on housing and social policy, on local welfare, on the outcomes of socio-health and social integration projects; studies on the migratory movements, on social security and gender equality, on urban poverty, on homelessness, on connections with individual and psychological dimensions of wellness; on living spaces as places of social construction; organizational and professional dimensions of working with people in serious condition marginality

All proposals for publication should be sent all ’ address

The works assessed consistent with the themes from the necklace are subjected to peer review procedure (peer review), based on an assessment that is always expressed and for each job by two anonymous referees, selected among professors and/or topic experts


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