This book is a collective work that collects some of the research papers (in translated and expanded form) that have already been presented in the Italian version (Traverso, 2018). In Italy, UMs (Unaccompanied Minors), despite a drop in landings and arrivals, remain an urgent social and educational thought because that thought is about a fragile part of the population that lives in towns and cities alongside us. These childhoods are in motion, because we imagine tears and jolts (the painful and violent migration they had to undergo); leaps and shoves (which have shoved these children away from their homes), chases and escapes (from something or someone); because to be accepted they need educational movement based on creativity, on expressiveness, and on emotion.

Childhoods on the move. Twelve researches on unaccompanied minors in Italy

Andrea Traverso
2020

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This book is a collective work that collects some of the research papers (in translated and expanded form) that have already been presented in the Italian version (Traverso, 2018). In Italy, UMs (Unaccompanied Minors), despite a drop in landings and arrivals, remain an urgent social and educational thought because that thought is about a fragile part of the population that lives in towns and cities alongside us. These childhoods are in motion, because we imagine tears and jolts (the painful and violent migration they had to undergo); leaps and shoves (which have shoved these children away from their homes), chases and escapes (from something or someone); because to be accepted they need educational movement based on creativity, on expressiveness, and on emotion.
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