Here below you can find lists of links to websites and to social media about living in Italy for everyone, especially migrants and refugees. All this information about Italy covers the whole country on multiple aspects like travel, asylum, housing, education, healthcare, employment, money and aid.
Italy useful links, immigration websites about Italy
AIDA asylum information database
analysis of asylum in Italy
W2eu.info – Welcome to Europe Italy information in English , in Arabic , in Farsi , in Tigrinya (short Tigrinya version) and in French
independent information for refugees and migrants coming to Europe.
“Welcome to Italy” guide (April 2017)
An info-guide for refugees and migrants (April 2017)
Rights in Exile Programme
List of pro bono legal assistance providers is a directory of organizations, lawyers, and others who are able to assist refugees free-of-charge in legal matters and help secure refugee rights. This list may also be of use to legal providers assembling and arguing cases elsewhere in the world for information on country of origin, case development, and other help.
InfoMigrants is a news and information site for migrants to counter misinformation at every point of their journey: in their country of origin, along the route, or in the places where they hope to start a new life. InfoMigrants is available in three languages: French, Arabic and English. There is consensus about one idea, however: migrants are in need of verified and balanced information, which is often difficult for them to access during their journey. Even before they leave their homes, migrants are exposed to a proliferation of poor and unreliable information. Studies show that the majority of migrants receive most of their information from human traffickers and smugglers, who seek to mislead and manipulate them. InfoMigrants is a collaboration led by three major European media sources: France Médias Monde (France 24, Radio France International, Monte Carlo Doualiya), the German public broadcaster Deutsche Welle, and the Italian press agency ANSA. InfoMigrants is co-financed by the European Union.
In English, French, Farsi and Arabic http://www.infomigrants.net
The campaign was born in 2011 to counter a circular of the Ministry of the Interior prohibiting access to press organs in CIE (Identification and Exhumation Centers) and C.A.R.A. (Reception centers for asylum seekers): appealing to the right / duty to exert art. 21 of the Constitution, namely freedom of the press, LetCIEntrare got the repeal of the circular and is now battling for the closure of CIE, the abolition of administrative detention and the revision of immigration.
Useful links on visa, asylum, travel documents, passports, identity cards
Overview of Rights and Asylum Process in italy
Arabic – http://bit.ly/2hlmk9F
French – http://bit.ly/2jQd52a
Farsi – http://bit.ly/2wGmxeA
A BUON DIRITTO
It is a Non-governmental organisation (NGO) in Rome, Italy. A Buon Diritto is a civil liberties association formed in June 2001 for the purpose of promoting questions of great public importance regarding the exercise of rights, which are either recognised by our legal system but not properly protected, or whose recognition is defaulted on, opposed or hindered in actual practice.
The association works to raise public awareness of these questions and help introduce them into the sphere of political-parliamentary debate, whilst following through the effects of these actions in terms of legislation and collective orientation. A Buon Diritto dedicates great attention to the issues of immigration, deprivation of liberty, end-of-life and freedom of choice in medical treatment.
Via Trebbia 3
Tel. 06 8535 6796
‘SenzaAsilo’ is born of operators, institutions and citizens who in various capacities lend their commitment to the social support projects of refugees and who daily confront each other with the continuous increase in rejection of asylum requests by the Territorial Commissions.
Asylum seekers hosted in reception centers carry out strenuous work-related integration projects that often lead to the concrete possibility of having a stable job and economic autonomy. Unfortunately, as a result of the rejection of the asylum application, they ‘fall’ underground, they see their path nullified and become ‘invisible’: they can not work, can not be treated, can not rent a house.
Present in 8 Italian regions (Lombardy, Veneto, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Emilia Romagna, Lazio, Apulia, Calabria, Sicily) with informative and socio-legal information outlets funded through special agreements with local authorities and within specific projects. In Rome, in addition to ordinary activities at the headquarters, we provide legal assistance to migrants in transit in the area of Tiburtina Station – in the informal ‘Baobab’ garrison – where there are people excluded from the reception system in the first two centers ‘Tom’ and ‘Jerry’ welcoming a total of 20 unmarried foreign minors and at the reception center ‘La Casa’ managed by Ce.IS Don Mario Picchi. We are conducting monitoring activities on the so-called ‘hotspot approach’ of the European Union and guidance and information
Address: Via del Velabro 5/A
00186 Roma (RM) tel. +39 06 69200114 email@example.com
Avvocato di strada
Free legal protection for homeless people. The largest Italian law firm (and even the least expensive). Where is it: http://www.avvocatodistrada.it/sedi-locali/ with time of availability and addresses just in Italian.
Guide for people living on the street
Useful links on healthcare, health insurance, doctors, clinics, mental health, hygiene, hospitals
Access to health care service
Foreign nationals regularly resident in Italy can access the facilities of the National Health Service (S.S.N.) in different ways depending on the reason for the stay. Foreign citizens with a regular residence permit can register at S.S.N. by addressing the ASL of the City of residence, or if not yet resident, of the actual domicile indicated in the residence permit. Health care is extended to family members who are regularly resident in Italy.
In fact, some regions do not recognize the rights enshrined in the law: such as the protection of the child, the exemption from the ticket for the STPs, or the possibility of voluntary registration with the Ssn. Legislative Decree 142 of 2015 on reception and asylum, according to which people who apply for protection until they receive the documents must access the health service through the STP procedure . ‘Probably the person who wrote the rule did not want to create holes, but this has increased the confusion, the asylum seeker can not be compared to an irregular, because it is inside an inclusion process that may fail, but as long as it fails it goes protected.
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Legislation provides for access to care to be protected through the use of interpreters and mediators. But there are few trained practitioners so far, because the theme of psychological, cognitive and behavioral disorders of migrants is still underestimated. Several international organizations, over the last period, have repeatedly launched an alert on the invisible wounds of those arriving after overcoming a grueling trip and having suffered all forms of abuse and torture. Doctors Without Frontiers denounced this situation in their report “Traumas Ignored”, but also Medu (Human Rights Officers) did the same in the “Exodus” dossier.
“All refugees are to be regarded as potentially vulnerable subjects, since exile is
for itself a traumatic experience. The particular vulnerability and the suffering baggage of
which is carried by every refugee, does not necessarily and automatically however translate into psychopathological disorders. RTP victims of torture, rape, abuses or extreme traumas of other nature (prolonged prisons in isolation and / or inhuman and degrading conditions, shipwrecks, witnesses of violent deaths, etc.) may have postoperative, latent or sub-clinical psychopathological frameworks. This type of refugees must be considered as highly vulnerable and actions must therefore be taken and specific procedures aimed at early detection of these people” it says in the Guidelines for the programming of assistance and rehabilitation interventions and for the treatment of psychological disorders of refugee status holders and subsidiary protection status that have suffered torture, rape or other forms of psychological, physical or sexual violence. http://www.salute.gov.it/imgs/C_17_pubblicazioni_2599_allegato.pdf
The ministerial decree of April 3, 2017 adopting the Guidelines on assistance, rehabilitation and treatment of the mental disorders of refugees and people who have been subjected to torture, rape or other serious forms of psychological, physical or sexual violence, including any training and updating programs specific to healthcare personnel, in pursuance of Article 27 paragraph 1 bis of Legislative Decree no. 18/2014.
On Mental Health of refugees: a new plan for welcoming them http://www.sprar.it/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/06-Quaderno-SC-Salute-mentale-rifugiati.pdf
Roberto Beneduce is one of the most important representative of ethno-psychiatry in Italy. His centre Frantz Fanon http://associazionefanon.it/ has an association and a centre for psychological health. It is located in via San Francesco d’Assisi 3, in Torino and offers psychotherapy and psychosocial support for immigrants, refugees and torture victims.
There is a therapy called Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing http://emdr.it In Italy is practised here:
Italian NGO Emergency in Italy
In 2006 EMERGENCY opened an Outpatient Clinic in Palermo, Sicily, to guarantee free healthcare to migrants – with or without residence permits – and to any person in need. They are also Outpatient Clinic in Marghera, near Venice; in July 2013 with the Polistena Clinic (Calabria region, Southern Italy); and in 2015 with the Castel Volturno Clinic and the Naples Clinic (Campania region, Southern Italy).
They assist vulnerable migrants who can’t access to public service also Information point in Sassari, that now also offers services as an Outpatients Clinic.
They also have mobile clinics to bring assistance directly where it is needed.
A team of EMERGENCY doctors and cultural mediators is working in Sicily since summer 2013 to guarantee basic healthcare to the migrants who are coming ashore.
A project aimed at offering social-medical counselling on a mobile clinic in Latina from December 2016.
Headquarter MILAN: Via Santa Croce 19 – 20122 Milan, Italy Tel (+39) 02 881881 Fax (+39) 02 86316336 firstname.lastname@example.org
ROME: Via dell’Arco del Monte 99 A, 00186 Roma Tel (+39) 06 688151 email@example.com
VENICE: Isola della Giudecca 212, 30133 Venezia Tel (+39) 041 877931 firstname.lastname@example.org
More informations about infopoints in other cities
Italy: welfare and social service
The social inclusion and income support measures in place at national and local level (by regional and local administrations), for people and families that do not have the minimum resources to live.
Social assistance is guaranteed in the form of economic benefits and services funded by the taxpayer, at both national and local levels, using Regions and the Local Authorities resources, in order to promote social inclusion and income support based on principle of social solidarity.
- The most important non-contributory service provided at national level by the INPS is the Social Allowance (Assegno Sociale).
- The newly introduced Citizenship Guaranteed Minimum Income (Reddito di Cittadinanza) and Citizenship Guaranteed minimum Pension (Pensione di Cittadinanza) both replacing the former Inclusion Income Support (ReI – Reddito d’Inclusione) in order to combat poverty, foster social inclusion and reintegration into work of the unemployed. Entitlement is conditional on the beneficiary’s income (means-tested) and pro-active job seeking.
- Reference is also made to the List of Regional and Local Services to give information on social inclusion, family and income support services.
Useful links on hotels, renting, buying, housing, shelter, accommodation, camps
Reception in Italy
Community of Sant’Egidio
The community of Sant’Egidio was always involved in helping homeless people and recently involved with Mediterranean Hope in organising and welcoming refugees coming through Humanitarian Corridors, and agreement between them and the government and NGOs to relocate the syrian refugees fled to Lebanon. The community of Sant’Egidio prepared guides of different cities with services for people in need. At this link there are Rome, Padova, Milan, Genova, Barcellona…
piazza Sant’Egidio, 3
00153 – Rome (Italy)
Mediterranean Hope – project of Evangelical Baptists Churches
The project is structured in closely related units: on the one hand, on the one hand, on the other, on information and on the political action of denouncing the violations of human rights of migrants and the lack of rules on asylum. http://www.mediterraneanhope.com/chi-siamo
Casa delle Culture
CORSO GIUSEPPE MAZZINI, 7
97018 SCICLI (RG)
Osservatorio sulle Migrazioni
VIA LUIGI PIRANDELLO, 9
VIA FIRENZE, 38
Network Refugee Welcome in Italy
It is present in Tuscany, receiving 239 asylum seekers in the provinces of Arezzo, Florence, Livorno and Siena. Since 2015 Oxfam works in eastern Sicily in partnership with local partners and organizations to strengthen the capabilities of migrant emergency response; support refugees hosted in Catania, Milazzo, Scicli and Syracuse in legal, psychological and health care activities.
Italian language learning
Movements, paying monthly subscription to public transport
Sports and recreational activities
Social-health care – from enrollment to the National Health Service, to the appointment of the treating physician or to the socio-psychological support.
Catering and first-time goods – thanks to good spend in contracted businesses can buy food and personal hygiene products.
Cultural language mediation – to the acquisition of a knowledge of the Italian language, customs and laws that guarantee its autonomy.
Vocational training – with professional training courses and support for volunteering in the workplace.
Monitoring, research and evaluation – with data collection to improve the quality of our services.
AREZZO – Casa delle culture – Piazza Fanfani 5, 52100, T. 39 342 9398569 Tel. +39 0575 182481 Fax +39 0575 1824872
CATANIA, Via Conte Ruggero 99 – 95129, T. +39 095 8360350
FIRENZE, Viale Belfiore 10 – 50144, T. +39 055 3220895 F. +39 055 3245133
MILAZZO (ME), Via Pico del Pittore 11 – 98057
MILANO, Via Bartolomeo Panizza 7 – 20144, T. +39 342 9398569
ROMA, Viale Regina Margherita 302 – 00198, T. +39 06 45653850
Useful links on unaccompanied minors, young people, children
Protective measures are established for unaccompanied minors found in the country. ReCcently the law changed about the protection of unaccompanied minors in Italy. The official Decree of Internal Ministry dated 27 April 2017 grants to minors the right of be welcomed. The National Fund for Asylum Policies and Services (FNPSA) will fund projects of Municipalities under the umbrella of Protection system for asylum seekers and refugees (SPRAR).
MSNA – Minori stranieri non accompagnati
Italy: Protection for minors and children
In Italy there are no rules which define the specific ages for children, adolescents and for teenagers. In general, these age ranges tend to be associated with the school career, as well as the process of maturation until the age of majority is reached, that is defined by law as the age of 18 years. For the school career, the following stages have been identified: childhood (Bambini/bambine), which typically goes from birth to the age of 10 (early or “first” childhood from 0-6; “second” childhood from 6 to 10), pre-adolescence (ragazzi/ragazze), that goes from the age of 11 to the age of 13, and adolescence (in Italian, the same term, ragazzi/ragazze), which goes from the age of 14 through the age of 17. However, this scheme conforms only partially to a definition of overall psychological development.
For facebook page you can check here-
For Instagram page you can check here:
Resources- Instagram, Facebook, www.loc.gov
Italy Links – Education, School, University, Enrolment
Websites or documents about education, schools and universities in this Country for people living abroad.
ACCESS TO EDUCATION
Italian legislation provides that all minors, both Italian and foreigners, have the right and the obligation until the age of 16 to take part in the national education system. Under LD 142/2015, unaccompanied asylum seeking children and children of asylum seekers exercise these rights and are also admitted to the courses of the Italian language.1 LD 142/2015 makes reference to Article 38 of the Consolidated Act on Immigration, which states that foreign children present on Italian territory are subject to compulsory education, emphasising that all provisions concerning the right to education and the access to education services apply to foreign children as well.
UNIVERSITIES FOR REFUGEES
University of Bologna
A project promoted by the University of Bologna and the Municipality of Bologna for the integration of refugee students at university
University of Venice
The University of Venice awards 3 Scholarships to both Undergraduate and Postgraduate students classified as Political Refugees. Successful candidates will be waived from tuition fees, as well as minimum tax and regional tax.
University L’Orientale of Napoli
Students holding ‘political asylum’ or ‘subsidiary protection’ will be entitled to the exemption from university fees and contributions, up to a maximum of 12 (twelve) recipients per academic year
100 scholarships for students refugees or with international protection (a.y. 2017-2018)
ITALIAN FOR FOREIGNERS IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND LIFELONG LEARNING
Adult Education in Italy is provided in Provincial Adult Education Centers (CPIA), a governmental system of schools with special rules (aka courses are also evening time, for workers…)
Who can enroll in CPIAs:
- Adults, even foreigners, who have not completed the compulsory education and who intend to obtain the final study title of the first education cycle
- Adults, even foreigners, who are in possession of the final qualification of first cycle of education and I intend to achieve the final study title of the second cycle of education
- Foreign adults intending to enroll in the Italian Literacy and Learning Paths
- Youths who are 16 years of age and who, having the title of the final study of the first cycle of education demonstrate that they are not able to attend daytime classes. CPIA Adult Education
The organisations of CPIAs is demanded to regions: to find the centers it is possible to look for “CPIA+name of the city” or see “IDA+name of region”.
A PROJECT FOR STUDENTS HELPING REFUGEES
During their study abroad year in Rome, students have the chance to ask these questions directly, learning more about the refugee situation in Italy and throughout Europe through community-based learning activities and the Rome Global Gateway collaboration with refugee centers in Rome. Here, we focus on the experience of students who volunteer at the Joel Nafuma Refugee Center (JNRC).
Useful links on Milan, local information, capital, cities and regions
Progetto Arca – the first help, always
They manage a hub in Milan Central Train Station. They manage a mobile hub formed by mediators who speak English, French, Arabic and Tigrinum, which monitors the territory between the Bastioni of Porta Venezia and the Central Station to give information and first comfort to those who have just landed in the city and addressed it to the Center Central Station Aid (CASC), which carries out registration and sorting operations to the Extraordinary Reception Centers (CASs) scattered around the city.
Arca Project manage also a SPRAR project (Protection System for Asylum seekers and Refugees), in collaboration with the Municipality of Milan within two community structures and some apartments, through the Extraordinary Reception Centers agreed with the Municipality and Prefectures of Lecco, Varese and Milan.
Among them, there is also the former Hub of Via Sammartini
Address: Via degli Artigianelli, 6 – 20159 MILANO 02.66.715.266 email@example.com
Ambulatorio Medico Popolare
28 Via dei Transiti,
Phone: 02.26.82.73.43 (answering machine only)
Voluntary organization providing healthcare to all.
Open Mondays (15:30-19:00) by appointment and Thursdays (19:00-21:00) without appointment
NAGA – Milan
Associazione Volontaria di Assistenza Socio-Sanitaria e per i Diritti di Stranieri e Nomadi
Various (legal, healthcare, integration)
22 Viale Bligny, Milan
- General and specialized health care to undocumented migrants in Milan through appointment (02 58102599 or visit office)
- Clinic for regularised migrants (asylum seekers, refugees) w/o appointment (Doctors are available Monday to Friday: 9:00-12:00 and 14:00-17:00; Wednesdays: 19:30-21:00)
- Legal service surgeries Monday to Friday, 19:00-21:00. No appointment needed. Info: 02.58102599 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Immigration desk surgeries are held every Tuesday and Thursday, from 14:00 onwards; and Wednesday from 9:00 by appointment only (call 02.58102599 or visit office)
(Document outlining all services provided by NAGA in Milan)
Useful links on the Campania region
Progetto IARA – Integrazione e Accoglienza per Rifugiati e richiedenti Asilo – del Comune di Napoli
LESS Impresa Sociale Onlus, Corso Garibaldi 261, Napoli, Telefono (+39)081455270 – fax 08119512796, email: email@example.com. Coordinator: dott.ssa Simona Talamo e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org . Lawyer: dott.ssa Valentina Esposito e-mail: email@example.com
Progetto We Care
We Care is born to provide highly qualified support to host projects in the territory of the province of Naples in dealing with problems related to psycho-physical traumas and the resulting psycho-sanitary vulnerability of asylum seekers and international protection holders. In addressing the instances and needs of regional host structures, the partnership seeks to build a multilevel architecture between the socio-sanitary system, the 1st and 2nd welcome system of international and community protection applicants and holders territorial reference. The project is implemented by ASL Napoli 2 Nord, Less IS Onlus, Dedalus social cooperative http://www.lessimpresasociale.it/progetti_13_we_care.html Website http://www.lessimpresasociale.it
Restaurant managed by refugees in Via del Parco Margherita 12/a, Naples, Italy. It has a Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/kikana.napoli/ . Call 388 889 6891
CSA Ex Canapificio Viale Ellittico, 27 – Caserta – tel/fax 0823216332 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Useful links for Emilia Romagna and Piemonte regions
Popular kitchens is a canteen that welcomes people who benefit from meals offered by businesses in the area. Le Cucine Popolari are located in via Battiferro 2, Naviglio district, in via Sacco 16 San Vitale / San Donato Bologna and in via Ludovico Berti 2 Porto / Zaragoza district. https://www.facebook.com/civibo/ http://www.civibo.it/
Asilo in Europa
an Italian NGO based in Bologna (Italy) and focuses on asylum protection in the EU. Their main aims are to promote the development of a common understanding of the European dimension of asylum law, as well as to improve the exchange of information among NGOs that work in different countries.
Frantz Fanon http://associazionefanon.it/ has an association and a centre for psychological health. It is located in via San Francesco d’Assisi 3, in Torino and offers psychotherapy and psychosocial support for immigrants, refugees and torture victims.
Centre at former Gorio barracks http://www.aziendasociale.bz.it/en/centro-profughi.asp
ASGI – Associazione Studi Giuridici Sull’Immigrazione
7 Via Gerdil, Torino
e-mail: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Legal studies association whose members include lawyers, judges and university professors. Work closely in network and provide legal assistance, awareness raising, campaigns, and denunciation of conditions in detention centers.
Rome and Region Lazio
Associazione Centro Astalli
Various (legal, healthcare, food, accommodation, integration, etc)
Via delgi Astalli 14/a,\
The Organisation providing assistance mainly to asylum seekers and refugees but which also provides assistance to undocumented migrants
INMP National Institute for Health, Migration and Poverty – Rome
Various help for women and children (legal, healthcare, integration)
Viale Romania 32, Roma
Organization that provides assistance to women and children in health care, language classes, professional training, and family reunification.
A group of volunteers, private citizens, in 2015 faced a migratory emergency managing more than 35,000 migrant migrants within the Baobab Center in via Cupa in Rome. After the first removal of the Via Cupa facility, on December 6, 2015, in the absence of a site they continue to give a first welcome to refugees on the street, supported by medical and legal associations and the network formed with national and European humanitarian activists. Activities: laboratories,
courses, guided tours, sports meetings and leisure moments where we know each other, grow together and trace a common path towards integration.
Address with map: Presidio Baobab Experience – Via Gerardo Chiaromonte, 00157 Roma
Legal Area and Relations with the Questura: Giovanna Cavallo
Health Care Group: Sonia Manzi
Minor Protection and Accommodation: Betta Elisa
Cultural and leisure activities for guests: Marzia Di Mento
Activities for schools and job placement: Michelle Muller
Meal management and warehouse: Gabriele Vanzan
Clothes management: Raffaella Bracale
Requests for goods: Francesca Brilli Del Giudice
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It is a network which brings together the associations that teach Italian L2 for free to migrants adults and children in Rome and Lazio.
Address of the network: Via Liberiana, 17 00185 Rome – c / o Cesv
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
Tel. 327 2804675 and 06 491340
Secretary: Irene Desideri Di Curzio
Useful links for the Veneto region
Casa a colori di Fondazione LaCasa, Padova
Housing and work search
Via del Commissario 42, Padova
+39 049 680332
Email email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Casa a colori is a privileged area to include, after a training period, individuals belonging to disadvantaged social categories. Thanks to the ability to have a job, they can build a more robust project of life and relationship.
Popular Gym in Rivolta Via F.lli Bandiera 45 Marghera 30175 https://www.facebook.com/palestrapopolarerivolta/
Liberalaparola – school of Italian for everybody – nobody is illegal
Situated in Centro Sociale Rivolta, Via F.lli Bandiera, 45 – Marghera (VE)
Tel.: 3492823942 o 3493611063
ParoleInMovimento was born as an Italian school because language is the first barrier that an immigrant meets in the country of arrival but can become the most useful tool for full inclusion. This school, however, aims to go beyond the simple teaching of the Italian language and to be a place of exchange, expression and sociality.
The school takes place in Ca’ Bembo Liberata e-mail: email@example.com, https://www.facebook.com/Li.S.C.Venezia?fref=ts , : https://twitter.com/liscvenezia Referees: Sara Monaci +39 3337645815; Silvia Corsi +39 3356599763
Associazione SOS DIRITTI Venice https://www.facebook.com/SOS-Diritti-229177650481729
It has the Venetian Observatory against the racial discrimination. The observatory carries out consultancy and orientation towards offices and services able to handle the individual situations: ASGI, the Mestre Street Lawyer, the Global Village Cooperative and the Workers’ Rights Association – ADL Cobas.
Popular Gym Hurricane – gym for free, courses of boxe https://www.facebook.com/Palestra-Popolare-Hurricane-Treviso-869439436470784/ Opens on Tuesday
Talking Hands https://www.facebook.com/OpificioTalkingHands/ tel. +39340 274 1823
Both activities are inside Centro Sociale Django, Via Monterumici,11 – Treviso
Fuoriclasse – scuola di italiano per il mondo: via Terraglio 1, Treviso. The place is under the overpass near the train station. Volunteer referee: Antonella Bellero +39 349 463 2006 (call evening time) https://www.facebook.com/FUORICLASSEITALIANOPERILMONDO/
Dormitorio autogestito Caminantes, Treviso
It is a small shelter (9 decent places) giving hospitality to vulnerable cases of homeless (increasing the foreigners – refugees) responding to the lack of public service in the city. The volunteers pass around 8pm in the train station and give a ticket to homeless who would like to be guested. At 9pm the homeless people can go in front of the place, located inside Centro Sociale Django, Via Monterumici,11 – Treviso. No personal cooking allowed. https://www.facebook.com/Dormitorio-autogestito-CAMINANTES-607903279315594/
Cucine popolari http://www.cucinepopolari.it/home.html CEPs provide various services: canteens, showers, laundry, clothing distribution, medical clinic, living rooms, listening center, information, guidance, company, support, family and social accompaniment.
Most of these services are completely free; for others, a small contribution is required in proportion to the availability of applicants. They are in via Tommaseo 12 Padova, in front of the train station. Managed by nouns. Tel: 049 875 08 58, Fax: 049 661 093. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Director of the house: Gianesello Sr.Lia.
Hours: Monday to Friday from 8.00am to 8.00pm, Saturday from 8.00am to 2.30pm
Casa dei Diritti “don Gallo” is a Squat in Via Tommaseo, 90 in Padova. Among their various activities are: Counseling Desk on Migrant Rights, Work, Home Affairs, Residence Permit; Italian School ‘Libera La Parola’; la Cycle Store; The Social Garden ‘NO BORDER’; The Panche Project; The soccer team
This has to be checked: squats appear and disappear
Bassano del Grappa (VI)
Associazione Casa a colori, Bassano del Grappa (VI)
Viale Scalabrini, 3 36061 Bassano del Grappa (VI) and Piazzetta Poste, 1 36061 Bassano del Grappa (VI) Tel e Fax 0424504160 Mail email@example.com It helps migrant brothers. Catholic organisation. Set up to try to solve the housing problem with the creation of first and second reception centers, it subsequently engaged in training and intercultural education by providing literacy courses and job placement and the protection of immigrants opening an information desk.
Italy useful links Friuli Venezia Giulia, local information, capital, cities and regions
13c. FRIULI VENEZIA GIULIA
- INSIEME CON VOI Volontari per l’accoglienza https://www.facebook.com/insiemeconvoi
- Tenda per la pace e i diritti Peace and Human Rights Tent, Piazza Dante 4, 34079 Staranzano (GO) Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.facebook.com/Tenda.per.la.Pace/ They work on reports about the presence of migrants and refugees in the centres and offers some assistance
Rete solidale di Pordenone https://www.facebook.com/retesolidalepn/ Referee: Luigina Perosa +39 3405958339
Useful links for Trentino Alto Adige region
The Immigration Information Center is an operational unit of the Department of Health and Social Solidarity of the Autonomous Province of Trento, and it is the immigration center as a reference point for foreign and Italian citizens as well as for public and private bodies.
The offices of Cinformi are open to the public at:
Trento (also covers Pergine Valsugana)
from Monday to Friday
from 09.00 to 13.00 on Thursday until 15.00
Via Lunelli, 4 (map)
Phone 0461 491888, Fax: 0461 491899
Monday to Thursday
15.00 to 18.00
Corso Rosmini, 92 – ground floor
Phone 0464 750308
Riva del Garda
from 08.30 to 12.30
Via S. Nazzaro, 47 – c / o Cooperativa Arcobaleno (map)
Telefono 334 6815670
from 8.30 am to 12.30
Piazzetta Ceschi, 1 – c / o Community of Valsugana and Tesino
Phone 334 6810675
on Tuesday (except on the last Tuesday of the month)
from 08.30 to 12.30
Via Bronze, 8 / A (third floor)
Phone 334 6815670
Cles (also covers Malè)
from 8.30 am to 12.30 am
Via Pilati, 17 – c / o Community of the Valley of Non
Phone 0463 601626
Primiero S. Martino di Castrozza
the third Thursday of the month
from 9.30 am. 11.30
Via Guadagnini, 21 – c / o Condominio Genzianella
Phone 0439 763196
Pozza di Fassa
on the last Monday of the month
from 09.00 to 13.00
Via Strada de Meida, 23 – use
cell. 0462 763102
Centro Sociale Bruno
They support equal rights for migrants and refugees.
Via Lungadige S.Nicolò, 4
Piedicastello | Trento
Bolzano – Bozen
Reception centre for refugees in transit is located on the ground floor of the ‘Conte F.J. Forni’ building in Via Renon in Bolzano. The Centre receives male and female refugees in transit and their family members. It is a temporary residential facility open to refugees for periods of not more than 30 consecutive days. In periods when no refugees avail of the facility, or when there are free places, EU and non-EU homeless women are accommodated at the facility in dedicated rooms, with precedence given to EU citizens from the Province or City of Bolzano.The facility can accommodate up to 20 persons in five rooms. Admission to the facility by refugee users is authorised by the Managing Body, on referral by the Caritas-Bolzano Refugee Advisory Service, while admission of homeless women to the area of the facility reserved for them is approved by reasoned decision of the Managing Body.
The facility offers:
- Day and night residential care (24 hours a day) for periods of not more than 30 consecutive days with a total of 20 sleeping places
- Breakfast and meals service (midday and evening)
- Personal care and hygiene service available
- Kits for personal hygiene where users do not have such items
- Basic clothing in cases of need
- Cultural mediation in cases of need.
Management: A.T.I. ‘River Equipe’ Soc. Coop. / ‘Volontarius’ Associazione di Volontariato, 31 Via Renon, Bolzano, Ground floor of ‘Casa Conte F.J. Forni’ building, Tel. 0471 40 23 38 (24-hour dedicated line) for minors, for volunteers, for prostitutes, for homeless/refugees/emergency shelters, for protection against discrimination. Tel direct: 0471 052038 Fax: 0471 052039 E-mail: email@example.com e firstname.lastname@example.org
They manage also Refugee Centre at former Gorio barracks http://www.aziendasociale.bz.it/en/centro-profughi.asp
Useful links for Sicily
ITASTRA Scuola di lingua Italiana per Stranieri: Piazza Sant’Antonino, 1 – 90134 Palermo Tel. +39 091 23869601
http://www.unipa.it/strutture/scuolaitalianastranieri/ email@example.com, https://www.facebook.com/itastra
Borderline-Europe, diritti umani senza frontiere e.V.
sede Sicilia – C.so V. Emanuele 35, 90133 Palermo
Mobile +39 340 980 21 96, firstname.lastname@example.org
Associazione Borderline Sicilia ONLUS
via Ritiro n. 24, 97015 Modica (RG)
Germana +39 331 2048044, email@example.com
Associazione Borderline Sicilia ONLUS
Viola 338 2595366
Associazione Casa Famiglia Rosetta
C.da Bagno sn – 93100 Caltanissetta
tel. 0934 508011 – Fax 0934 508018
http://www.casarosetta.it/topic/311-mensa-dei-poveri.aspx Open every day from 12.30 untill 13.30 all year long.
House for first hospitality “Un mondo a colori” for minors
The CPA (Center of First Hospitality) ‘A WORLD IN COLORS’ presents itself as a mixed community structure of a family type that welcomes and takes care of unaccompanied foreigners arriving on the regional territory in emergency situations and for whom a offer of temporary residency in order to allow the institutions in charge to acquire information on the subject and decide on the social intervention to be activated. The reception center ‘Un Mondo a Colori’ is located on the first and second floor of a building that once housed a convent, in the locality of Montedoro, in the province of Caltanissetta. President of Cooperativa sociale Etnos is mr. Ruvolo Fabio. Responsible of the homecare: Maria Rosaria Bufalino. The house is in Via G. Matteotti Montedoro (CL)
They also have a house of second hospitality called “Our House”, Casanostra.
FOR EMERGENCY MEALS – DINNERTIME there is the kindness of kebab restaurant SOUL KITCHEN https://www.kebabsoulkitchen.com/ who has the advantage to take order through JUST EAT
from far away, paying online
FOR EMERGENCY BREAKFAST – DAYTIME GOLDEN BAR Via Toscana, 3, Caltanissetta, 93100 https://www.justeat.it/restaurants-goldenbar
CSM – Centro di Salute mentale (Center for Mental Health)
Via Chiarandà, 13 – Caltanissetta
Our referee: Dott.ssa Cristina Lumia Tel 0934 506759 firstname.lastname@example.org
Dott. Arcangelo Giammusso E.mail: email@example.com
via Re d’Italia 14
Available for meeting people and for calls just on Wednesdays
Giuliana Geraci 333 5468651
Nissetnica, intercultural association
Nissetnica is a non-profit organization which aims to promote and encourage the brotherhood among of peoples in the world. Their social projects aim to support and help the interaction between different people, focusing on those who face the main issues of living abroad. The main goal of Nissetnica is to reach a mutual understanding. They organise since 2013 free Italian courses
Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org Pec: email@example.com Tel. +39 35 119 78081
Viale Conte Testasecca 60- Caltanissetta
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Mazara del Vallo
ASSOCIAZIONE NUOVO MEDITERRANEO “SPORTELLO IMMIGRATI”
Via Santa Maria di Gesu’ 96, Mazara del Vallo. Call 0923 945459 firstname.lastname@example.org
Organizzazione di Volontariato Amici del Terzo Mondo
Various ( legal, healthcare, integration )
Via F. Strupp 15, Marsala
Association aims to meet basic and practical needs of migrants (provides medicine and health care, helps to find housing and work). Holds Italian classes and stimulates cultural initiatives of migrants.
Poliambulatorio S. Chiara-Caritas per Cittadini Extracomunitari
Piazza Santa Chiara 11,
Local health care clinic that provides basic assistance to undocumented migrants in Palermo and refers them to the university hospital for specialized treatment and integration within the health care system.