What is the Center of Community Research and Action at the University of Sevilla? Who are its members? What do we do?
Project funded by the Open Society Foundations. Its goal is to promote advocacy processes within and between multiple levels and different key stakeholders from the community to ensure the implementation of the health strand of the National Roma Integration Strategies in at-risk contexts in Sevilla, Spain.
We collaboratively work to characterize the migrant population living in Andalusia. Our objective is to identify their needs and improve the services available for all citizenry.
More information at http://www.redesinterculturales.org/
Coordinator: Antonio Chiarenza (Health Authority of Reggio Emilia)
Duration: 2016 – 2020
Humanitarian crisis and improvement of psychological well-being among the refugee population settled in Andalusia
Funded by: Fundación Lafourcade-Ponce para el Bienestar Psicológico
Coordinator: Virginia Paloma
Duration: 2016 – 2017
The contribution of our colleagues Guariso, Paloma, Arias, Garrido y García-Ramirez titled “Photovoice as a Research-Intervention Tool for Youth Neighborhood Activism in Societally Vulnerable Contexts” published in the Global Journal of Community Psychology Practice, has been highlighted in the SCRA’s website Community Psychology.
Congratulations to our colleague Virginia Paloma for her incorporation to the Editorial Board of the Journal of Community Practice!
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