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The musical ‘Notre Dame de Paris’ for the deaf in the inclusion project of Roma Tre


On 23 June the Teatro Palladium of the Roma Tre University will host the European Academy of the Deaf Onlus with the representation of the musical Notre Dame de Paris version in Italian Sign Language (LIS) for deaf and hearing people. The show will be reproduced on a maxi-screen of the Palladium theater in the full version of Panella Cocciante of the Arena di Verona and broadcast with subtitles, while on the stage there will be as many artists who will interpret the same work in LIS. The viewer will have the sensation of seeing a three-dimensional show as he will see the images and hear the sounds on the screen and in the hall he will perceive the colors and the actors on the stage in sign language. This, the University explains in a note, is an appointment that is part of the broader “Roma Tre Inclusion Project”, coordinated by Professor Lucia Cajola, conceived to support the learning and participation in university life of over 1,600 students and students with disabilities (850 students) and with specific learning disabilities / Dsa (860 students) present in the thirteen Departments of the University. And it is precisely with a view to contributing to the wider dissemination and sharing of the culture of inclusion that the Roma Tre University has for many years launched a multiplicity of activities aimed at inclusion, a perspective that finds its strategic lever in a system of network in the University and in the chorality of contributions: from the Offices involved in general (some staff units have been trained at the LIS) and by the Office for students with disabilities and Dsa in particular coordinated by the Director of Management 7, to the Departments that operate through the Teachers Referents in each of them, as well as the tutor students and the universal civil service, specially trained, in a systematic and dialogic interaction, coordinated by the Rector’s delegate, aimed at overcoming the barriers that hinder the right to study and full participation in life university. Barriers are met with the implementation of environmental, material and immaterial factors, responding to individual training needs, also with the significant contribution of the Roma Tre Education Foundation for the technological aspects. study, “Sport for all” which, thanks to a collaboration with the Santa Lucia Irccs Foundation, intends to make sport accessible to students with disabilities who wish to experience it in an inclusive way in their University. This responds to the need to share experiences and formal and informal spaces, which a community, such as the university one, must take on responsibility for in order to live the principles of inclusion, also favoring socio-relational and affective processes as much as possible. developing an agreement between Roma Tre and the Municipality of Rome for the realization of a Master in Disability & Diversity Management, whose need in all social and productive sectors is now increasingly felt for the exercise of the fundamental rights of people with disability. The Inclusion Project has also foreseen and implemented in favor of all female students and all students of the University “Psychological Support” (ISP). This is a service offered free of charge by the University and addressed, in the utmost confidentiality, to students who live in situations of discomfort or psycho-physical discomfort with possible consequences on the cycle of studies. A team of psychologists, psychotherapists and psychiatrists who are experts in the evaluation and treatment of cognitive processes and psychological adaptation problems that may emerge in the academic career operates for ISP activities. Fondazione Santa Lucia IRCCS and is part of the coordination action entrusted to the Rector’s Delegate for Disability, Specific Learning Disorders and Inclusion Support, and in the functions of the University’s Direction 7.

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