Una scuola arcobaleno
Presentation of the book by Valeria Roberti and Giulia Selmi and conversation with Caterina Di Loreto
Between the ages of sixteen and twenty, many LGBTQ + students experience anxiety and difficulties when they go to school because of the language and the homophobic expressions used by their teachers and other students in the class. In this essay, published by Settenove, Giulia Selmi, sociologist and founder of Il progetto Alice, and Valeria Roberti, activist and founder of the LGBTI Study and Resource Center, lead us into the world of education driven by the need to find concrete solutions to fight against the sense of insecurity and discrimination perceived by LGBTQ + students. A guide on gender and sexuality that provides practical and theoretical tools to support diversity starting from school.
Valeria Roberti is an LGBTQI + activist and facilitator of the LGBTI Resource Center. She works in the field of education on diversity for teenagers and adults through non-formal education techniques. She contributed to the book Legami possibili.
Giulia Selmi is a sociologist and works in the Human Sciences department of the University of Verona. She is a founding member of the Progetto Alice association and vice president of the Educare alle Differenze association. Among her recent publications: Legami possibili. Ricerche e strumenti per l’inclusione delle famiglie LGB, ETS, 2020.
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In case of bad weather, the presentation will be held at the DAMSLab Auditorium, piazzetta P.P. Pasolini 5/b, Bologna.
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