Our starting point is the idea that research is an open debt to society: theories and publications are means rather than ends for us. We feel the urgency to generate knowledge that improves people’s lives.
We support organisations, institutions and networks in understanding and accompanying social changes. The actions we propose and the languages we experiment with arise from the desire to give words and power back to the people. We strive to be part of a fairer, more equal society of free people and systems promoting well-being and citizenship.
Training, consultancy and evaluation.
Training courses, Supervision of activities and workgroups, Appreciative Inquiry, Future Search, Consultancy for private bodies and public administration, Evaluation of services and social projects.
Inquiry and research.
Research and analysis of emerging phenomena, Participatory research actions, and Social observatories.
Narrative participatory workshops.
Active training, Citizenship workshops, Public art initiatives, and Storytelling courses.
Planning and policy design.
Design and implementation of social intervention, Policy design, and Technical assistance to administrations.
We share all our interventions with our clients regarding objectives, methods and tools. This is why we do not offer collaboration packages but proposals and experiences which we can tailor together. In addition to this dialogue with our clients, partners and collaborators, we never neglect direct contact with the topic, the territory, the people and the services. This is indispensable for producing our research and actions, which are always specific, context-based and different from one another.
We produce analyses built with people and services, not on people and services. We strive to document phenomena with care and proper and reliable measuring tools while continually providing the interpretative keys to decode them. Our analyses originate from constant relationships with the people and the services they refer to. We love the knowledge we produce or that we are lucky enough to discover through our journeys. This is why we share our reports, data, survey methodology and training hand-outs under a free Creative Commons license (CC BY-SA 3.0) whenever possible. Much of this material can be found on this website, available for download. It is a way to support open, more accessible knowledge and to put the many things we learn through our work back into circulation.
Local authorities, Equality Bodies, Ministries, Foundations, Associations, Cooperatives, Informal groups, Consortia, Schools, Universities, Businesses, Hospitals, Health Authorities, Media, Museums, Artists and creative people, Fablabs and Maker Spaces.
Anish Kapoor, Sky Mirror, Kensington Gardens, London, 2010. ph. © Aizol
With Codici since 2017, he especially focuses on welfare, migration and local issues
With Codici since 2018, he is in charge of the administrative–accounting side of the cooperative
With Codici since 2019, she deals with inclusion, gender, gender violence, equal opportunities and non-discrimination
One of the founders of Codici, he looks after the cooperative by fulfilling managerial and administration duties
One of Codici’s founders, he collaborates through research, training and consultancy on migration-related topics
With Codici since 2008, she works as a researcher, evaluator and coordinator
With Codici since 2018, she deals with migration, educational disadvantage, inclusion and participative methods
With Codici since 2021, she works as a researcher, supervisor and evaluator on social and community topics
One of Codici’s founders, he works on migration, juvenile delinquency, poverty and social inequality
With Codici since 2019, he works mainly on the supervision process and evaluative research
With Codici since 2018, he works on social research, training, group supervision and consultancy
One of Codici’s founders, Stefano deals with research, consultancy, evaluation and training
With Codici since 2018, he deals with urban regeneration processes, local development initiatives and housing policies
With Codici since 2014, he works as a clinical psychologist in the private sector and within the public health system
With Codici since 2017, she works in fundraising and project design
With Codici since 2017, she works on topics related to immigration and diversity
He has collaborated with Codici since 2007. A documentary photographer, he focuses on marginal bodies and territories
With Codici since 2007, she works in the supervision, administration and accounting of ministerial and European projects
With Codici since 2019, she works in social research, project evaluation and data analysis
With Codici since 2018, she is in charge of communications
President of Codici since 2022, he works on migration, young people and participative methods
With Codici since 2017, he works in qualitative research, participative methods, supervision and policy evaluation
With Codici since 2020, she deals with research, monitoring and evaluation.
With Codici since 2021, she works in fundraising and project design
With Codici since 2022, she is a part of the communications team
With Codici since 2013, Francesca works in community welfare, national and European project design and evaluation.