Find more about the activities in the Social Inclusion Area

Programma integra develops and carries out interventions in favour of migrants as well as seekers and holders of international protection, providing services of socio-legal assistance, job orientation, individual and  group sessions of counselling, Italian language courses and vocational training, intercultural mediation services, social mediation in the field of housing.

The measures are put in place by a team of social professionals who, with a modular and integrated approach, identify a network of personalized services for each target, to support each person in the social autonomy pathway.

Current projects

PRILS LAZIO – Plan for the Social and Linguistic Integration – Italian language courses

The PRILS LAZIO project was funded by AMIF – Asylum Migration and Integration Fund and it is aimed at guaranteeing social and linguistic integration of foreign third-countries nationals living our regional territory.  Within its framework, Programma integra has promoted 4 Italian language courses in Rome, level A1 and A2, aimed at migrants and refugees citizens, residing on our territory.

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Friendly Hospital for migrant women – health has no race

Friendly hospital for migrant women project – health has no race seeks to facilitate access and use of health care services for migrant women, through the activation of organisational and welfare processes, aimed at guaranteeing the principle of inclusion, as well as improving the quality of health care assistance. The project is co-funded by TIM foundation.

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Service of linguistic and cultural mediation at the Immigration office at the prefecture of Rome


The service of linguistic and cultural mediation is one of the activities provided for by the project PRILS – Plan for the Social and Linguistic Integration, funded under the AMIF – Asylum Migration and Integration Fund. The PRILS project is intended to guarantee the linguistic and social integration of foreign citizens, minors included, coming from third Countries and residing on the regional territory. It provides for the increase of training services aimed at promoting knowledge and respect of the Integration agreement.

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Management of the service of migrants reception at the Immigration office of Rome City Council

The service is designed as an orientation and assistance hub for the migrant population at the top of the Reception and Inclusion Management of Rome City Council. It incorporates functions of reception, listening, orientation and provision of consulting specialised services and project planning. The service is promoted by Rome City Council, Department of Social services, Subsidiarity and Health – Immigration office which supports the Protection System for Asylum Seekers and Refugees(SPRAR) and is funded by the Nation Fund for the Asylum Policies and Services (FNPSA).

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IPOCAD – Action 4 Promotion of an active involvement of migrants in the economic, social and cultural life, also through promotion of associations

IPOCAD project, co-funded by the European Commission and by the Ministries of Labour and Social services under the AMIF – Asylum Migration and Integration Fund 2014-2020, plans to promote actions, in order to achieve a successful governance of the labour and integration policies, which takes into account the peculiarity of migration and the local labour market. In particular, the IPOCAD project – action 4 aims at encouraging the participation of foreign citizens to the social and public life and at raising awareness within the reception community to facilitate acquaintance and mutual respect.

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NEVER ALONE – Reception and support of unaccompanied minors and young foreigners who arrive to Italy alone

The NEVER ALONE project aims at supporting unaccompanied foreign minors and youngsters who have just come of age (17-19 years old) received in Turin, Rome and Catania, with specific training courses and pathways of working and social autonomy, with a particular attention at all the components of inclusion and integration such as the educational, training, welfare and social dimension. NEVER ALONE is co-funded by Compagnia San Paolo, Fondazione Cariplo, Enel Cuore Onlus, Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Cuneo, Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Padova e Rovigo, Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Torino, Fondazione con il sud and Fondazione Monte dei Paschi di Siena.

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FARI – Train Assist Rehabilitate Integrate

The FARI project, developed under the 2014 – 2020 Asylum Migration and Integration Fund, aims at providing effective answers to the physical and psychological needs of asylum seekers and international protection holders (minors included) living on the regional territory, through trial of healthy innovative and integrated models of intervention.

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