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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 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 RTI Spes contra spem with Programma integra and Cooperative F.A.I. has been awarded the management of the Apartment groups called “G.A. Colombi 3 and G.A. Colombi 4 ”located in via dei Colombi 190 Rome. The two G.A. can accommodate 20 minors alone with the aim of supporting them in planning and realizing their future, developing their potential. The planning will be oriented towards the integration of the accepted minor in an independent and relational life path within the system beyond the structure. The complex of Via dei Colombi is owned by Roma Capitale and includes over 3 apartment groups, 2 reception centers and two communities for the disabled people.
The project to overcome the Roma camp in Via Cesare Lombroso, financed by the Roma Sinti and Camminanti Special Office of Roma Capitale, aims to support the exit paths of the guests of the settlement in Via Cesare Lombroso (Municipality XIV), through the implementation of actions aimed at achieving a progressive social, economic and housing inclusion.
Penisola che c’è intends to promote the integration process and autonomy of minors and young adults with foreign origin, including unaccompanied minors, through a multidimensional system of social, legal and psychological care and the building of strong links with the host community. The project is financed by the Italian Presidency of the Council of Ministers.
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).
The project aims to create integrated pathways of social and labour integration for young migrants, based on the instrument of an “individual dowry” and a monetary one, which will allow the provision of a series of support services to enhance and develop the skills of the beneficiaries.
The cultural mediation service, commissioned by the Department of Tourism, Vocational Training and Employment of Roma Capitale, is provided inside three COL – Labor Orientation Centers of Rome Municipality and at the Vocational Training Centers that will host the courses carried out within the project funded by the Lazio Region “Prima il lavoro”, aimed at migrants and refugees with a regualr permit of stay, in our territory.
YMC-I intends to sustain and re inforce the activities for socio economical inclusion of migrants of Programma integra. It wants also prevent the loss of talents of young migrants and introducing new area of professionals training for migrants, such as a coding training. The project is funded by the King Baudouin Foundation (Belgium)
DIVERSE BUT NOT DISTANT – Principles held by Buddhist culture as a means of breaking down inner boundaries and making diversity a great enrichment
The project aims to contribute to the growth of a sense of belonging to a global community, promote knowledge among people from different cultures, foster the spread of the concept of diversity as a value. The activities take place in Rome, Milan and Naples and are based on three universal principles of the Buddhist culture: empathy, interdependence and non-violence.
The project is funded by the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation.
Xing-Crossing Percorsi di inserimento per giovani migranti
The Xing-Crossing project aims at supporting and facilitating the inclusion pathways of unaccompanied foreign minors and youngsters who have just come of age (17-21 years old) received in Turin, Rome and Catania, with a particular attention at all the components of inclusion and integration such as the educational, training, welfare and social dimension. Xing – Crossing is co-funded Fondazione Cariplo, Compagnia di San Paolo, Fondazione CON IL SUD, Enel cuore, JPMorgan Chase Foundation, Fondazione Cassa di risparmio di Torino, Fondazione Cassa di risparmio di Cuneo, Fondazione Cassa di risparmio di Padova e Rovigo, Fondazione Monte dei paschi di Siena and Fondazione Peppino Vismara (european Programme EPIM ‘Never alone – Building our future with children and youth arriving in Europe’).
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).