Processes and practices of health education and training of migrant women in the SAI: case study on trafficking victims in Latina
Keywords:migrant women victims of trafficking, health education paths, trauma recomposition, pedagogical project model, intercultural pedagogy
This paper focuses on a service model characterized by the presence of an interdisciplinary and multi-professional team, which plan and achieves both health and wellness education, besides training pathways for migrant women located in the Lazio region, and in-service training for educational, pedagogical and sectoral professions. The work place itself in the path of intercultural pedagogy (Pinto Minerva, 2002, 2017, 2019; Fiorucci, 2015, 2017,2020; Cerrocchi, 2019) and gender and differences (Roverselli, 2017; Lopez, 2018; hooks, 2020;), borrowing interpretative categories and concepts from the intersectional perspective (Bianchi, 2019a, 2019b). As a first step, moving from the theoretical framework, a case study about educational and training processes and practices aimed to the benefit of trafficked women included in the SAI (Sistema Accoglienza Integrazione) of the Lazio area, from 2019, until today. Then, resorting to a research-action-training framework involves the educational and pedagogical coordination figures in every phase of investigation, intervention and training. Given the nuclei that have emerged from the administration and triangulation of the instruments – in favour of materials, documents and intervention strategies production – grounds of educational planning aiming to the integral formation of the person are envisaged: from access to the Health Service to taking charge and care for the female migrant population, as well as the healing of traumatic events and the enhancement of healthy and sustainable lifestyles – from an intercultural and post-colonial perspective.
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