We believe that by building bridges between different subjects and know-how and focusing on the approaches necessary to obtain the desired change, we can find the most appropriate solutions to social problems

Today’s world is infinitely rich in ideas and solutions to solve existing social problems. Despite this, project design in the social field tends to focus on analysing the single problems that need to be solved, without acknowledging the potential of those solutions which have already been tested.

In other words, all too often there is a tendency to write a context specific project without adequately considering what has already been done, what actors and processes have been activated and the opportunities and critical aspects which have emerged.

In order to find the correct answers to complex problems, we connect diverse subjects and build bridges between different situations and know-how. It is for this reason that we promote the adoption of systemic and participatory approaches, network building, co-planning and co-design of intervention models, while always focusing on the methods for obtaining the desired change.

In fact, we believe that the best solutions can be found in the intersection between what we know already and what we can discover through new encounters; combining knowledge with curiosity will always give birth to good ideas.


Snapshots From the Borders

Snapshots From the Borders is a 3-year project aims at strengthen a new active network among cities directly facing migration flows at EU borders, as a way to promote more effective policy coherence at all levels.

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Prevention and fight against school drop-out in Lombardy

ERRE2 is a 3-year project co-founded by Impresa Sociale Con I Bambini, leaded by Opera Diocesana Patronato San Vincenzo. The main objective is to establish and activate a network to create a favourable environment for youngsters, enabling them to experiment different innovative/educational opportunity, and positive educational relationship models. Within ERRE2, PuntoSud promotes an impact study.

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Environment and participatory processes: Milan in the future

Il progetto “Milano in Cartoline – Immaginare la città del futuro” intende costruire un processo decisionale, partecipativo e democratico con i cittadini di 3 Quartieri di Milano (Ponte Lambro – Molise Calvairate Ponti – Gratosoglio), per progettare con loro il futuro sostenibile del territorio, in risposta al cambiamento climatico e per costruire coesione sociale.

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