Punti di Vista has developed and implemented numerous projects and programs, which have successfully been carried out by the team and its partners and sponsors.
|1997||Trees tell||Youth and evironment||Municipality of Rome||Project to directed to children supporting a non-utilitarian approach to nature, favouring an attitude of respect rather than a tendency of exploitation of natural resources|
|1997||EU||Youth – Education||European Union||Field work and knowledge exchange on the harmonization of EU institutional education systems|
|from 1997-2006||Learning to share||European Voluntary Service||European Union||Training for young volunteers from all over Europe (including pre-accession countries and Turkey). Activities:
EVS volunteers have participated in the care for and recuperation of the Convent.
|1998||Much to Do About Rubbish||Environment Education||EU – Lazio Region- Municipality of Rome||Lab designed for children to build objects, games, art works and musical instruments from recyclable materials and objects, aimed at raising awareness and re-evaluating objects – as well as energy and labour – in a diverse and active manner. Also aimed at institutions to reflect on the governance of waste policies.
The central idea has been applied in different places and with different agents, including:
Spazzasuono (Bolsena 2011)
|January-december 2000||Close to Europe close to youth||Europe – citizenship – Youth – video||UE – partecipanti||Video on the presence of the EU in the daily lives of certain categories of persons / professionals|
|May 2000||Breastfeeding: not only promotion but protection||Alimentazione – consumo critico||Comune di Roma||Dissemination on the benefits of breastfeeding and the risks of artificial milk, result of the large multinational food market|
|November 2000||Bananas unchained||Nutrition- consumo critico||Comune di Roma||Dissemination on social and environmental conditions of banana production and other tropical products- possible productions and alternative markets for “fair” bananas|
|September-october 2000||Jewels of S-Cartier||Arte-Ambiente-Riciclaggio||Comune di Viterbo||Street Labs with children to show the possible reuse of materials – construction of 134 bales of cardboard in the central square of Viterbo|
|December 2000||Equarte in Equoroma||Arte-Ambiente-Riciclaggio||Comune di Roma||Art exhibition with artists involved in the creation through recycled materials|
|January- december 2001||Con las mujeres||Europe – gender – information||UE||Awareness campaign on the EU citizens Charter aimed particularly at women|
|Doc-up||Integration-Culture||EU||Realization of documentaries on social integration, in collaboration with the cultural associations of six different countries|
|The Jewels of S-Cartier||Art-Environment-recycling||Municipality of Rome||Survey about recycling related to the daily demands of the homeless, from tools to art crafts.|
|September 2003 –
|International Work camps||International – Youth – Cultural Exchange||EU||Realization of international work camps with young people from countries around the world in collaboration with YAP (Youth Action for Peace)|
|October- Dicember 2005||After Katrina||International Development||World Vision US||Hospitality to 6 young researchers from New Orleans engaged in poverty and vulnerability studies in Angola, Mozambique and Rwanda|
|August 2007||Food Security and Food Aid in Humanitarian Settings||Emergency and Development||Tulane University||1st edition of the “Summer Course” in collaboration with the Tulane University, New Orleans|
|June 2008||Food Globalization and Gender:
Towards Healthy Eating and Well being
|Economics- international development- gender||Tulane University||2nd edition of the “Summer Course” in collaboration with the Tulane University, New Orleans|
|August 2008||Food Security and Food Aid in Humanitarian Settings||Development- emergency||Tulane University||2nd edition of the “Summer Course” in collaboration with the Tulane University, New Orleans|
|December 2008||Environmental challenges and models of development: local action in the global context||Environment – energy – development – gender||Province of Viterbo-
|Two meetings with workshops and debates between international experts, European-level provincial administrators and university students from 18 countries to explore local solutions to climate change and the challenge of transforming a petroleum-based economy to alternatives based on renewable energy|
|May 2009||Food Globalization and Gender:
Changing food systems and development models
|economia – sviluppo internazionale – gender||Tulane University||3rd edition of the “Summer Course”, in collaboration with the Tulane University, New Orleans|
|June 2009||Food Security and Food Aid in Humanitarian Settings||Cooperazione – emergenza e sviluppo||Tulane University||3rd edition of the “Summer Course”, in collaboration with the Tulane University, New Orleans|
|January 2010 – december 2012||European Project LIFE+ Under The Etruscan Sun||Renewable energy||European Union||Construction of two hybrid bus prototypes, EU funded project. Information campaign and creation of public awareness seminars on the topics of renewable energy sources.|
|May 2010||Food Security and Food Aid in Humanitarian Settings||Emergency- international development||Tulane University||4th edition of the Summer Course in collaborazione con l’Università Tulane di New Orleans, aimed at master students and professionals|
|June 2010||Food Globalization and Gender:
Changing food systems and development models
|economics – international development- gender||Tulane University||4th edition of the Summer Course in collaborazione con l’Università Tulane di New Orleans, aimed at master students and professionals|
|2010||The politics of food: gender roles and environmental change||EU||Seminar involving participants (university professors and civil society actors involved in environmental protection and the sustainable promotion of the territory) from all over Europe, organized with the Grundtvig EU programme to exchange knowledge on the implementation of policies aimed at globalizing food systems, their impacts on the environment and on individuals, keeping in mind gender inequalities.
The workshop was also an occasion to exchange ideas on sustainable nutritional and agrarian habits and practices.
|2011-2012||Women Reclaiming Sustainable Livelihoods||Workshop involving authors of the above-mentioned book published by Palgrave
LINK to book page on Palgrave website
|2015||Re thinking Economics Summer School||Students from Erasmus University and La Sapienza meet for three days to discuss alternative economies.|
|2016||– Feminist political ecology||Erasmus university sponsored a 4 days meeting to discuss feminist political ecology – planning a book to be published by Routledge and preparing a large grant for an EU innovative training network.|