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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.
The Per-formanti project aims to facilitate access to the labor market for vulnerable people at risk of marginalization, including Roma, Sinti and Caminanti citizens and citizens belonging to the LGBTQI+ community, and to tackle the causes of segregation in the labor market. The project is implemented by INVITALIA with financial assistance from the ESF, PON Inclusion 2014 – 2020, through the Ministry of Labor and Social Policy – Directorate General for Poverty Alleviation and Social Programming.
The “Common Space” project aims to increase and strengthen inclusion opportunities for asylum seekers and refugees living in Rome area. The focus of the project concerns the strengthening of the social inclusion services of SUAM – Central for the Reception of Migrants of Rome Municipality – addressed to people seeking asylum, holders of international protection and stateless persons (PoC, Persons of Concern).
The project is aimed at the creation and development of networks for the socio-occupational inclusion of the Ukrainian population on the territory of the Viterbo Province. To this end, it plans the active involvement of the local Third Sector organisations which already have active projects and services aimed at migrant citizens. The project is financed within the Implementation of the Operational Programme of the Lazio Region – European Social Fund 2014-2020 – Axis 2 – Social inclusion and Fight against Poverty.
“Interconnessioni” intends to improve access to services and hospitality for migrants by acting on the offices of Prefettura di Roma in terms of “Capacity building” and on the territories in terms of assistance and training. The proposed approach will therefore be twofold: a capacity building action towards the public servants who act internally through the enhancement of services and experimental actions to facilitate the access of third-country nationals to the offices of Prefettura di Roma.
The project aims to respond to the humanitarian crisis caused by the conflict between Ukraine and Russia and the consequent huge migration of refugees from Ukraine to the European countries. The purpose of the project is to promote an integrated action of orientation and social inclusion in the fields of education, work, housing and Italian language for 40 citizens from Ukraine especially women with children. The project is funded by the Lazio Region.
The project, funded by the Department of Social Policy of Rome Municipality, will work in continuity with the activities carried out during the year 2021 under the first part of the project aimed at supporting exit paths of Rome people living in the settlement in Via Cesare Lombroso (Municipality XIV), through the implementation of actions aimed at achieving progressive social, economic and housing inclusion.
The project coordinates and manages a linguistic-cultural mediation service aimed at migrant and refugee citizens who apply to the health and social-health services in the territory of Viterbo, with the aim of responding to emerging needs through the facilitation of dialogue between patients of foreign origin and health workers in order to ensure equity in the system and reduce any inequalities due to language and cultural barriers.
Roma Capitale Department of Social Policies – Reception and Inclusion Directorate – U.O. Contrast social exclusion -Immigration Office, within the framework of the contribution of ANCI (in allocation of the 8X1000 quota), has launched a project aimed at supporting extraordinary interventions of integrated reception in behalf of applicants and holders of international protection and migrants in a condition of vulnerability living in Rome. Programma integra is the implementing entity in collaboration with the Immigration Office and the Sportello Unico Accoglienza Migranti of Roma Capitale.
The purpose of the service is to facilitate and qualify access and use of services and benefits by third-country nationals in the Lazio Region and consists of support for communication and understanding of information, orientation and accompaniment interventions, and the definition and implementation of customized and integration programs with local, social, health and educational services. The Intercultural Mediation, Vocational Counseling and Scouting Service is part of the activities of the PRIMA IL LAVORO project, financed by the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (FAMI), led by the Lazio Region – Regional Directorate for Education, Training and Labor in collaboration with Anci Lazio
The service is designed as a pole of guidance and assistance for the migrant population in the more comprehensive framework of intervention under the Reception and Inclusion Directorate of Roma Capitale and integrates functions of reception, reception, listening, guidance and provision of specialized services, preliminary to the social inclusion and active integration of beneficiaries. The service is financed by the National Fund for Asylum Policies and Services (FNPSA) and promoted by Roma Capitale, Social Policies Department, Immigration Office, as part of its participation in the Reception and Integration System – SAI.
The project, financed by the Ministry of the Interior through the FAMI Fund – Fund for Asylum, Migration, Integration, via a cultural-linguistic mediation service carried out in the area of responsibility of ASL Roma 1, aims to deal with the difficulties of using social-health services for disadvantaged people, migrants from Third Countries, victims of war, persecution and torture, and of intentional violence.
The Internship Project for recipients of Reddito di cittadinanza is a project aimed at fostering vocational guidance and job placement of vulnerable people, through the activation of training internships assisted by scouting and tutoring services . The activities are funded by the Municipalities of Marino and Ciampino.
The Social Guardianships project aims to strengthen the voluntary guardianship system in Lazio Region as well as to deepen the analysis of the situation of the voluntary guardianship system in the Puglia Region. The strategy adopted by it is to expand the tools available to voluntary guardians for managing the relationship with MSNA and young adults, with particular reference to conducting effective educational accompanying. The initiative is funded by the Never Alone program.
The project Roma Accoglie – experimental service of “Tutor for Integration” aims to create at the city level the figure of the Tutor for Integration – involving the citizenship in first person in the reception of migrants and refugees, and providing training, and support for the creation of the figure of the Tutor, who will have the task of accompanying one or more beneficiaries with migratory background. The project is funded by Roma Capitale – Department of Social Policy and Health.
A Casa di Ornella ‘A Casa di Ornella’ is a semi-autonomy center that aims to offer innovative services characterized by the housing reception of transgender, non-binary and intersex people, in conditions of socio-economic hardship and vulnerability, and provides accompaniment in paths aimed at personal, social and work autonomy and the overall improvement of the quality of life of the guests. ‘A casa di ornella’ is an asset confiscated from the Mafia, owned by Roma Capitale and the service is funded by Municipality VII.
The IRIS Project, commissioned by the Lazio Region in implementation of the European Social Fund Programming 2014-2020, experiments with innovative and integrated active policy actions for the care of Afghan and transit migrants, in order to combat poverty, strengthen empowerment pathways and activate territorial networks for the social inclusion of the most fragile categories.
The project P.Ac.S, funded by Lazio Region, has the objective to implement and manage actions and activities aimed at the social inclusion of refugees coming from Ukraine.
The project Re-center – Refugees One-Stop-Shop in Rome aims to increase and strengthen the inclusion opportunities for asylum seekers and refugees living in Rome, through the development of a One-Stop-Shop (OSS) model. The initiative is implemented by Programma integra with the support of UNHCR.
The CPAs of Via dei Colombi 190 are residential educational-assistance structures that ensure the essential levels of educational and rehabilitative provision, also coordinated with services, infrastructures and territorial resources prepared for education, free time management and job placement. The Via dei Colombi complex is owned by Roma Capitale and includes, in addition to the CPAs, 3 groups of apartments and 2 communities for the disabled. Programma integra from 1 January 2021 in partnership with the social cooperative Spes contra Spem (Leader) and FAI – Family Assistance for Infancy took over the management of the CPAs for 4 years. The Service is active 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and is organized in spaces and in the scanning of daily rhythms of life, like a normal family environment.
The service, financed by the Municipality of Velletri, through the establishment of a cultural-linguistic mediation desk, is aimed at improving the living conditions of foreign prisoners in order to facilitate their stay in the Velletri penitentiary.
It is a project aimed at creating integrated, multi-action and tailored paths for full participation and social, economic and cultural inclusion of international protection beneficiaries in the Lazio Region. The project is funded by the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund 2014-2020 (FAMI).