COMPARATIVE STUDY AND ANALYSIS OF INTERVENTION MODELS FOR PROMOTING THE AUTONOMY OF CARE LEAVERS
This output identified the pathways that facilitate the enhancement of protection factors and the promotion of autonomy for careleavers in the partner countries, with the objective of analysing the social inclusion pathway received and identifying the strengths that enabled them to acquire a good degree of autonomy, resilience and self-esteem.
In order to do this, a mapping was carried out, at regional level, of the existing reception centres targeting minors outside the family and of the young adults who had come out of these paths.
To collect data, semi-structured interviews of care leavers (5 - 10 for each partner country) were then carried out, followed by the identification of some focal points useful for theoretical frame work, concerning protective and risk factors for building resilience. Finally, video interviews were carried out to collect the stories and highlights of the experiences of the care leavers in order to be not only the object of study, but also a moment of sharing with other young people.
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