Participating founders

Article 10 of the Bylaws of Reggio Children – Loris Malaguzzi Centre Foundation states that:

“Any individuals or legal entities, public, private and collective bodies, even without legal status, that help increase the Foundation’s initial endowments and/or initial management fund with contributions made at least once every three years, in the forms and minimum amounts defined by the Board of Directors. […]
A fundamental prerequisite to become founder is to share the aims and purposes of the Foundation and of the Charter of Values […].”


Government of South Australia 

Gov of south AUThe Department for Education and Child Development oversee, lead and manage a range of multi-disciplinary services for the benefit of South Australian families, children and young people, included the education system.

“This is a great opportunity that will allow us to enhance research into early childhood education and connect SA’s educational practices internationally. Many of our preschools and schools have a real interest in the Reggio Emilia philosophy and this initiative will enable this knowledge base to grow.”

Trish Strachan, DECD Executive Director of the Office for Children and Young People


IREN Ambiente

logoIren Ambiente coordinates the Iren Group activities in the waste management sector.
The society operates in the field of the renewables, such as biomass, wind power, geothermal, solar and photovoltaic, and it is involved also in some research and development projects, carried out in several italian regions.
Iren Ambiente collects, transports urban and hazardous waste and manages, directly or through affiliates, all the plants for treatment, recovery and disposal of urban and special waste.


Boulder Journey school & School of Education & Human Development – University of Colorado 



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