The inequality between children with different socioeconomic backgrounds is growing and there are differences in the chance to learn and pursue education. Children from families below the poverty level and other adversities in their home might be lacking the mental space for hope and dreams and feel more often excluded. Framtidshopp aims to develop and evaluate a new pedagogy of hope for children and youth. The solution is applicable for teachers and other professionals working with children from early education to pre-primary and primary education and in social work.
Framtidshopp won the first price in Svenska Folkskolans Vänner’s competition “SFV START!” and is funded by Svenska Folkskolans Vänner.
Mirjam Kalland, project leader
Project planner: Lovisa Snårbacka