The Centre for Creative Development “Danilo Dolci” is a non-profit association involving young people and adults, which mainly acts through projects in the educational field carried out in cooperation with schools, universities, institutions, associations and social groups both at local and international level.
COMMIT’s communication campaign continues: learn more about the latest developments!
Check out PRIORITY Superhero and PRIORITY Young Mediator courses: they are now available on the e-learning platform!
On December 6th, 2021, the BEST FRIENDS partnership met online to take stock of the situation after the first year of activities and decide on the next steps.
On the 30th January 2020 the final event of AMW – Advancing Migrant Women, a project aimed at improving the occupational and entrepreneurial skills of migrant women, took place at ARCI Porco Rosso, in Palermo.
On Friday, December 6, 2019, we participated in Rome, at “Spazio Europa”, the seat of the European Parliament in Italy, at the International Conference on “The integration processes of young people of foreign origin and the reform of citizenship”.
We invites you to participate to the event organized by Arte Migrante on Friday 24th March 2017. We will be there with READ!
Celebrating World Poetry Day with one of our favourite Danilo Dolci’s poems from “Poema umano”.
Voices from Partinico to illustrate the problems of the victims of the earthquake … Two of Danilo Dolci collaborators, Franco Alasia and Pino Lombardo, barricaded themselves into Centro Studi e Iniziative premises; they have a quite powerful radio with which they...
Is it useful nowadays to read or re-read Danilo Dolci’s works? Why do people feel the need to get inspired by his non-violent philosophy and actions? Loredana Lipperini has talked about it with Giuseppe Barone and Giuseppe Dicevi during Radio3 RAI...
On March 3rd 2014 Radio Tre RAI has devoted its programme MemoRadio to collaborative didactics by comparing three different ways of being an educator and therefore remembering Danilo Dolci, Alberto Manzi and Don Lorenzo Milani. In the following extract you can...
Since his arrival in Sicily in 1952 and until his death in 1997, Danilo Dolci had been carrying out in Sicily his educational approach based on non-violent practices, such as fasting, public denunciations against mafia and patronage system, “strikes in reverse”,...