The SOLIS project’s values ‘planted’ in a garden confiscated from the mafias

During the project team meeting in Palermo, Italy, the SOLIS partners had the great honour to visit a community garden near Palermo, developed by People Help the People and planted a SOLIS oak tree as a symbolic element of a dissemination video for the SOLIS project.

If you want to know more about this special garden confiscated from the mafias and now open to the public, watch this video.

The SOLIS Project in the Garden of Borgo Molara

The production of this video happened during the second day of the team meeting hosted in Palermo by People Help the People.

It was a very productive meeting for all the project partners currently involved in the development and testing of our E-learning platform, presenting 10 modules on ‘Using Digital Storytelling to understand the importance of diversity and the effects of social exclusion’.

The SOLIS Biblioteca is accessible by clicking on the image below.

The SOLIS e-learning platform is accessible by clicking on the image below.

For more information on the SOLIS, please, visit the project website: