Mission, Objectives and Strategies
Education as the engine for change.
We are convinced that education is the engine for social, cultural, economic and technological progress and the tool to enhance the character and potential of every human being.
Convinced by this belief, we operate to ensure that all children and young people have access to knowledge and education. We therefore strive to offer them the opportunities to grow their abilities and talents, regardless of their background and stage of development.
By supporting and running initiatives in the fields of education, schools and training, research and knowledge dissemination, and by contributing to the public debate on education issues, we hope to put future generations on the road to personal growth and skills development and to enable them to face the challenges of our time with optimism and enthusiasm. Not at least to guide the transition towards a more sustainable development model.
Contribute to ensuring accessible and quality education with a particular focus on:
- Preventing early school leaving
- Promoting education for sustainable development
- Promoting innovative didactic methods
2. COMMUNITIES SUPPORT
Contribute to activities and initiatives of general interest to support the communities, protecting underprivileged people.
Provide support in emergency situations such as wars, natural disasters and health emergencies.
Core Social Initiatives
We want to promote high value-added social initiatives, characterized by:
- Diversification (social topic, format, target, geographical area, partner, etc.)
- Long-term horizon
We want to contribute to the generation of knowledge through:
- Research activities
- Publications (position papers, articles, podcasts, etc.)
- Developing editorial ideas
We want to promote the public debate through:
- Public events
- Organization of lectures & workshops
Internal Know How
We pursue the strengthening of internal skills through:
- Advisor and external collaborators of excellence
- Induction activities and training
- Associationism and networking