The Patrizio Paoletti Foundation is a non-profit research institution founded in 2000 by Patrizio Paoletti and a group of researchers, pedagogists, psychologists, sociologists, doctors and entrepreneurs.
Today, more than 100,000 supporters of the foundation's research institute and social projects have chosen to promote awareness, well-being and peace through education, the most powerful means of change.
Institution accredited for training teachers of the Italian school system
Silver Medal by the Presidency of the Republic for the Caravan of the Heart awareness campaign.
Today anything seems possible for humanity. Progress, and in particular technological progress, has brought us to a society that can truly exist without boundaries between peoples, places, cultures, ideas and economies. Yet, everyday, we witness growing and unprecedented social emergencies, such as climate warnings, poverty, wars, inequality and discrimination. Risks to individual and collective wellbeing are increasing, such as the widening gap in health conditions, pandemics, stress -related diseases and depression. How can we seize the objective opportunities that are right in front of us and at the same time raise the quality of life?
For the Patrizio Paoletti Foundation the challenge is essentially educational. "Every human is an educator" is the key message. It is a concept borrowed from neuroscience and made into a practical and concrete reminder of responsibility for the individual and the entire community: every little action we perform is an example for others and a factor of change for society. That's why the only possible future is one built by conscious people who bring their best part into play every day, in their personal and professional lives.
Since its inception, the research activities of the Patrizio Paoletti Foundation have been aimed at developing and making educational and didactic tools available for the full development of positive resources and awareness in people, in whatever context they live.
Sapienza University of Rome
Biology and Biotechnology Department “Charles Darwin”
Foro Italico University of Rome
University of Padova
Leslie and Susan Gonda Multidisciplinary Brain Research Center
Edmond J. Safra Brain Research Center of Learning Disabilities
Institute of Molecular Biology and Pathology (IBPM)
National Research Council
Amal for education
New Life For Children
Associazione Patrizio Paoletti Israel
Social Ministry Research Network
Chris Cappell College
Groupe Scolaire Thiseleka