GLOCAL FACTORY is a network formed by a non–profit association and a social co-operative, both legally established in Italy, that joins volunteers and professionals working in the social and educational fields.
It is inspired to the values of democracy and social solidarity that are the basis of the Constitution of the Italian Republic and of the European Union Treaties.
It co-operates with schools, universities, vocational training centers, local institutions and other associations.

Glocal Factory’s activity is developed along three strands:

Lay–out and implementation of projects in the social and educational fields, granted by the European Union or by other public and private institutions; for the years 2017 and 2018, our priorities are on the one side the social inclusion of migrants, refugees and asylum – seekers; on the other side the prevention and fight against the violence that affects women;

  • Design and realization of learning paths, modules and resources, including the international courses for teachers granted by the EU Programme “Erasmus Plus – Key Action 1”;
  • Local events to promote citizens’ participation and debate on European society actuality and future.

 

Our Founder

The birth and first two years of Glocal Factory’s life have been determined in great part by the commitment and creativity of Roberta Morosillo.

Graduated in political sciences, with the first experience in cooperation in Morocco, she has become one of the best project manager in the field of development education.

Unfortunately, on February 8th 2017 Roberta suffered from a serious brain injury due to an aneurysm. Nowadays, our colleague and co-founder is undergoing a rehabilitation period. Every day our thoughts and best wishes accompany her recovery.
Who would like to contribute in supporting the heavy financial burden of the rehabilitating care services can transfer any sum to the crowdfunding campaign.

HTTPS://WWW.LEETCHI.COM/C/ROBERTASRECOVERY

 

Roberta Morosillo

Roberta Morosillo

The birth and first two years of Glocal Factory’s life have been determined in great part by the commitment and creativity of Roberta Morosillo.

Graduated in political sciences, with the first experience in cooperation in Morocco, she has become one of the best project manager in the field of development education.

Unfortunately, on February 8th 2017 Roberta suffered from a serious brain injury due to an aneurysm.

Nowadays, our colleague and co-founder is undergoing a rehabilitation period. Every day our thoughts and best wishes accompany her recovery.

Who would like to contribute in supporting the heavy financial burden of the rehabilitating care services can transfer any sum to the crowdfunding campaign:

https://www.leetchi.com/C/ROBERTASRECOVERY

The members of the Social Co-Operative “Glocal Factory”

 

Three words that inspire me: analysis, path, community

Attilio Orecchio

President

I have a University degree in Political Sciences, International Studies. When I was younger, I worked as a trade union officer, then as a president of the socio-cultural association “ARCI” in Verona and as a journalist. From twenty years I write European projects in the field of school, vocational training, social inclusion, education to human rights and sustainable development. Many times I am in charge of the coordination of such projects, or anyway I must give a contribution to their implementation. For this I co-operate with schools, universities, local institutions, associations, NGOs. I am a trainer too, and in particular I am professor of Techniques of Euro-projecting at the Venice International University.

Three words that inspire me: networking, trustworthiness, social innovation

Alessandro Carbone

member of the Board

Over 20 years of international experience in training adults and young people, in facilitating groups, in consulting working teams, supporting entrepreneurship. With a relevant social work background (on an academic and professional level) and, recently with tourism expertise (via business action), he’s a free-lancer active in European project consulting, design, management, and evaluation. Born in Germany, raised in his home country Italy, living in Greece, he speaks all the correlated languages, plus English of course!

The link that inspire me: reasontobecheerful.world

Cristina Demartis

member of the Board

Master in sociology, has worked in international organizations (UNESCO, EHESS, European Commission) and national (ENAIP, COSPE, ARCI), as a teacher, coordinator and evaluator of national and European projects in Education, on new methodologies, social innovation , active citizenship and migration topics. She says that there are many reasons to be cheerful working on European projects, for the possible good practices to realize.

The link that inspire me: www.reasontobecheerful.world

Curiosity, listening, collaboration: these are the words which inspire me.

Elena Frascaroli

member of the Board

I have a degree in Political Sciences and a PhD in Sociology. I have been working for the last 15 years as project manager, fund raiser, researcher and trainer on issues such as Inclusion Policies and Services, Corporate Social Responsibility, Local Sustainable Development, Active Citizenship.

I took part in several European projects, as coordinator or member of the Monitoring and Evaluation team. I supported several organizations in developing their Sustainability Report, coordinating data collection according to main international standards, developing impact evaluation and leading stakeholder engagement processes.

I had the opportunity to collaborate with different types of organizations: social cooperatives, NGOs, companies, local authorities, universities, schools.

Alessandranna Nocella

Alessandranna Nocella

member

Graduated in foreign-language study oriented for business management, I have developed other skills especially in institutional communication and in drafting parliamentary acts.

Thanks to my commitment to civic activism, I have had the chance to experience institutional mechanisms and thus understand the dynamics of social and cultural problems in both the local and national spheres.

Equally important was gaining experience in editing and drafting for online content and press releases.

I also managed a project of cultural enhancement of teachers certified by MIUR, organizing two editions of a training course on little known local cultural assets held in my native land, Agro Pontino, plain south of Lazio. I also deal with social media, SEO and new technologies.

In leisure time, I enjoy cooking to experience a cuisine that marries tradition and healthy eating.

Three words that inspire me: empathy , sharing, inclusion

Sonia Premoli

member

The experiences I have had as a young person in the world of association and volunteering led me to the studies in Education Sciences. I had the opportunity to spend and improve my skills mainly in non-formal education, working with people in a high risk of social exclusion and marginality, disability and school.

I believe that getting in contact with the Other, especially if so different from me, is an indispensable opportunity of growth, enrichment and understanding of reality.

Anna Schena

Anna Schena

member

Recent Philosophy graduate at University of Verona, I live now in this beautiful city but I’m still exploring the roads of the world. I made many different jobs and activities: video maker, waitress, teacher, worker, boy scout and sportswoman.

The common theme is my love for cultural activities engaging in local and global communities and the commitment for real inclusion of minorities. These took me to Glocal Factory with which I share ideas and projects and start this new travel!

Three words that inspire me: amazement, involvement, beauty

Claudia Zago

Claudia Zago

member

I was born in 1985 and I live in Venice.

During and after my master degree in Psychology, at the Padua University, I did research activities about gender studies: gender stereotypes, gender violence, gender role and discriminations. I also worked in an important anti violence centre in Venice.

My current job is to help unemployed people to find a new job, also working up on their “soft skills” and the positive attitude.

Projects are one of the best way able to understand and change better the mind, the human relationships and ways to stay better into culture and world.

Glocal Factory deals with European projects and I believe that before doing a good project a good idea is crucial, as well as, method and a good partnership which is what we want to give you!

My motto: “You are not a drop in the ocean. You are the entire ocean in a drop.”

Maria Carla Italia

Maria Carla Italia

Expert

Humanities and social sciences have always been my core interest. After my graduation in Political Science and a few years carrying out research in Italy and France, I decided that communication would be my profession. First I entered publishing business, then I co-founded my own agency: a ten-years exciting planning and managing experience, later continued as independent worker. This is why I’m a professional member of the Italian Public Relations Federation (FERPI). My experience as Councillor in the Municipality I of the City of Genoa has raised my competence on social cohesion and inclusion, participation and active citizenship, schools and policies for young people, creative cities, gender equality. The desire to meet local needs with international opportunities led me to European Projects through the achievement of the Master in European Planning at the Venice International University.

Three words that inspire me: knowledge, dialogue, responsibility

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