Practical solutions for the food paradoxes.

Milan Protocol

Reggio Children

Reggio Children

Reggio Children was founded in Reggio Emilia in 1994; inspired by the values and contents of the Municipality of Reggio Emilia's 0-6 educational experience its purpose is to give value to the legacy of knowledge developed in the services, with the following aims: to diffuse a strong idea of childhood and the rights of childhood, its potentials and resources; to promote study and research on educational themes; to identify the qualities of a more advanced professionalism in education workers and families.

Reggio Children organises professional development initiatives, promotes journeys of research, creates exhibitions and publications, and develops consultancy and collaboration projects in the field of education, also through its International Network and constant dialogue with more than 120 countries.

The symbolic-place and beating heart of the public-private system rotating around Reggio Emilia's pedagogical philosophy is the Loris Malaguzzi International Centre, dedicated to encounters between those in the world wishing to innovate education. Here, taking the fifty years of experience in the kitchens of Reggio's educational services as a starting point, one project among others has been developed that is dedicated to the culture of food and educating to taste: Pause – Atelier of Tastes.

Promoting a balanced relation from birth between children and food is one of the keys to a healthy and sustainable future for new generations and the environment: this awareness, as part of its more comprehensive pedagogical mission, has led Reggio Children to become a member of the Milan Protocol and support its objectives, in particular those aimed at promoting healthy dietary and life styles in the area of children's education.
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