The project currently incorporates three out of care youths, who work while learning and training to have a more hopeful future after passing through a centre for minors in care.
L’Olivera was born as a welcoming community that, through work, ensures the full social inclusion of people with disabilities. Now, L’Olivera also looks at other groups and social problems, always with a wide interpretation of the meaning of the word “inclusion”. It is for this reason that, now, it is also trying to give an opportunity to a new group, that of out of care youths, who do not find a formal care circuit after passing through shelters when they are minors.
Hence, in recent years, L’Olivera has incorporated out of care youth into its social and cooperative projecte, in an attempt to embrace the new problems of inclusion that social transformations are gerenating.
This is all discussed in the article that Vadevi has dedicated to this topic. You can read it in its entirety at VADEVI.COM