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A-classes eLearning

Those who have worked in the project

To all of you who have contributed in one way or another to this project, we say thank you. Your effort is highly appreciated and always will be even in this new journey.

Project Team Members

  1. Obehi Peter Ewanfoh
  2. Andrews Yeboah
  3. Vilma Ottonelli

Contributors to The Team

  1. Ada Indrieş
  2. Agy Kwakye
  3. Gbeyo Yoro Stephanie
  4. Riccardo Sagentini
  5. Malice Omondi
  6. Eliana Bombieri
  7. Meg Ebu
  8. Ofure Mathina Aikosaihoria
  9. Manuela Garreffa
  10. Osadolor Idahosa Moses

 The Colour Of Our Children

 For Advice and Revision of Texts

  1. Francoise Ugochukwu: Lecturer at Open University. United Kingdoms.
  2. Elise Abram, Educator, Author, and Publisher. Ontario, Canada.
  3. Daniel Kobehe, Ivory Coast Immigrant Worker. Paris, France.
  4. Vilma Ottonelli: An enthusiast of African cultures. Brescia.
  5. Innocent Daniel Ezenwa: A Nigerian Community leader in Verona.

Interviewees (Parents/Teachers)

  1. Ziani Abdelghani: Moroccan parent and cultural mediator, Verona.
  2. Marialuisa Damini: Teacher and researcher for culturally diversity in schools.
  3. Maddalena Albanese: Teacher of history and Italian language and a Referent for the integration of non-Italian students, Vicenza.
  4. Jennifer Iloegbunam: Mother and cultural mediator.
  5. Ernesto Passante: Head teachers of Veronetta schools, Verona, at the time of interview.
  6. Ethiel France: The main protagonist of the research, Vicenza.
  7. Giorgio Santarello: Director of Padua provincial administration, work and formation section, at the time of interview.
  8. Elena Buttturini: Teacher in Massalongo Elementary School, Verona.
  9. Cristina Cominacini: Social worker in “Le Fate” association, Verona.
  10. Cadigia Hassan: Mother and journalist, Padua.
  11. Domenico Martino: Director of the ministry of education in Vicenza, at the time of interview.

VOXPOP (Students)

  1. Melani: Italian. Istituto Paritario Sacra Famiglia, Verona.
  2. Sara: Italian. Istituto Paritario Sacra Famiglia, Verona.
  3. Anna: Italian. Istituto Di Istruzione Superiore Leonardo Da Vinci, Padua.
  4. Winifred: Nigerian. Istituto Tecnico Statale Marco Polo, Verona.
  5. Aima: Moroccan. Massalongo Scuola Elementare, Verona.
  6. Anna: Italia. Massalongo Scuola Elementare, Verona.
  7. Anthony: Ghanian. Istituto Tecnico Industriale Statale, Vicenza.
  8. Nora: Algerian. Massalongo Scuola Elementare, Verona.
  9. Ahmed: Algerian. Istituto Tecnico Industriale Statale, Vicenza.
  10. Lorenzo: Italian. Istituto d’Istruzione Superiore “A. Canova”, Vicenza.
  11. Camilla: Italian. Liceo Artistico Statale Amedeo Modigliani, Padua.
  12. Asmaa: Moroccan. Istituto Tecnico Commerciale Aldo Pasoli, Verona.
  13. Mattia: Italian. Istituto Tecnico Industriale Statale, Vicenza.
  14. Andrea: Moldavian. Istituto Tecnico Commerciale Einaudi, Padua.
  15. Leonardo: Italian. Istituto Tecnico Commerciale Einaudi, Padua.

Other Contributors (The Colour Of Our Children)

  1. Lucia Perina: General Secretary of UIL Verona.
  2. Sarah Chreyha: A psychologist who is specialiszed in evolutive and psychodiagnostic psychology in Padua.

We Refugees Conference – Verona 2016

  1. Gian Paolo Romagnano – Direttore del Dipartimento Cultura e Civiltà, Università di Verona
  2. Anna Leso – Assessore alle Pari Opportunità, Comune di Verona
  3. ssa Emanuela Gamberoni – Docente di Geografia Umana, Università di Verona
  4. ssa Anna Maria Paini – Docente di Antropologia, Università di Verona
  5. Jean-Pierre Piessou – Docente di Antropologia africana
  6. Gruppo dei rifugiati “African Young Stars
  7. Alessandro Tortorella – Vice Prefetto, Verona
  8. Raffaello Zordan – Giornalista di Nigrizia
  9. Marina Sorina – Scrittrice italo-ucraina
  10. Sandra Faith Erhabo – scrittrice nigeriana
  11. Fometh Attiogbe – giovane poeta ivoriano
  12. Nadia Gobbo – Cooperativa Spazio Aperto
  13. Prosper Nkenfack – Presidente di Africa’s friends, Verona

More lists will be updated soon!