Centro per lo Sviluppo Creativo “Danilo Dolci” is based on the experience of social and educational work carried out by Danilo Dolci and his collaborators, which started in Eastern Sicily back in 1952. The Centre stemmed from the need of offering the local communities a reality committed to practically solve the local problems, developing a creative space in which fostering awareness and bottom-up planning were the center of the action, paving the way for a real change. Since the beginning, the main focus of the Center were non-violent education practices as well as the development of a methodology – the Reciprocal Maieutic Approach – able to ease creative development at school and in the local territory.

At present, Centro per lo Sviluppo Creativo “Danilo Dolci” is a non-profit association involving young people and adults, which mainly acts through projects in the educational field carried out in cooperation with schools, universities, institutions, associations and social groups both at local and international level.



The Emotional Training Centre (ETC) is a NGO which was founded in 2012 by Doctor Schiralli’s research team. It specialises in clinical research, evaluation and planning of educational programs based on the principles of the Emotional Intelligence and the Emotional Training.

In particular it is specialized in research and publishing on different subjects, such as neurobiological mechanisms related to developmental psychology, education and relation between parents and children, etc.

Moreover ETC conducts various projects of divulgation both in Italy and in Europe related to the Emotional Training. It aims to prevent general anxiety between children and teenagers in both school and family.



Verein Multikulturell – Tyrolean Integration Centre is a non-governmental organisation founded in 1993. The aim is to enhance the intercultural dialogue and education. The main objectives are to promote professional, social and cultural integration of migrants.

The association promotes the social and professional skills of migrants in collaboration with the Government and other State institutions like the Chamber of Commerce, job centres, schools as well as social organizations and societies.



The Rogers Foundation for Person-Centered Education has been set up in 2005, and started its official activity in 2006. While originally the main goal was to maintain the Rogers Person-Centered Secondary School, as years have passed, the Foundation has scaled up to national and international level, and started to work in public and adult education areas, as well as for youth issues and sustainability.

Based on Carl R. Rogers’ thoughts, the idea is that a person can understand and fulfil him or herself through living, personal experiences and in accepting relationships. The mission is to ensure this accepting relationship to people, and to have people understand and become conscious about its importance.

Besides the permanent activities in the last ten years it has implemented more than 50 educational projects in different areas but with common approach: drama pedagogy, arts therapy, free play, game-based learning, emotional intelligence, systems thinking, leisure time pedagogy, talent development, e-learning, sustainability education, human rights and equal opportunities, person-centered organizational development.



Doğa Schools was founded with one campus in 2002. Since then it has been working constantly to actualize the vision and simultaneously increase the quality of its educational offer. During 2005-2006 there was a significant growth and opened over 5 campuses in Istanbul. In 2008 it began opening Doğa Schools in various cities around Turkey. Within a few years there was a tremendous growth and success in Doğa and in 2013 it was open an additional 13 new campuses in Istanbul and currently have 40 in Istanbul alone. In 2013 it also continues with the expansion throughout different cities in Turkey.

As of the academic year of 2013-2014 Doğa has a total of 85 campuses in Turkey.



The University of Gloucestershire is a public university based in Gloucestershire, England. It is located over three campuses, two in Cheltenham and one in Gloucester, namely Francis Close Hall, Park and Oxstalls.

The University provides over 120 undergraduate courses and around 70 taught post-graduate courses within three faculties; Media, Arts and Technology, Business Education and Professional Studies, and Applied Sciences. The University is ranked in the top 20 in the UK for accounting and finance, biosciences, media and photography and film studies.

A 10-year Memorandum of Understanding exists between the University, Gloucestershire College and South Gloucestershire and Stroud College to support access to higher education.



It is an expanding global community of educators collaborating across cultures and boundaries to enhance understanding of teaching and learning by engaging teachers and learners in critical reflection.

The RWCT community has been responding to a seemingly insatiable demand for instructional methodologies that promote active learning for knowledge and academic achievement. RWCT International Consortium emerged from this expanding community. By tapping into the best of professional behavior and the spirit of volunteerism, and by offering opportunities for research; dissemination of ideas through publication and conferences; and targeted professional development through project work that combines the above, RWCT IC provides a home to practitioners who continue to build, change, strengthen, and influence the original RWCT ideas, and thereby make a sizable contribution to the pedagogical profession itself.