The development process can only be considered effective when it succeeds in involving the most vulnerable and marginalized people in its activities. This is why we support our clients (both public and private organizations) in strengthening their capacity to include disadvantaged people in their development strategies.
We participate in academic debates on topics such as gender issues, disability, children’s well-being, and human development. We promote innovative methodologies for analyzing vulnerable groups and designing a host of policies and services.
The knowledge retained by stakeholders, their ownership, and the use of participatory methods stand at the centre of our work.
Our primary activities include:
Keywords: disability, gender, childhood, empowerment, ownership, inclusion, vulnerability, resilience.
Prof. Mario Biggeri (University of Florence)
Inclusive Development Unit Coordinator
Federico Ciani – PhD in Politics and Economics of Developing Countries