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100 scholarships for refugees

Call for 100 scholarships for refugees Ministero Interno – CRUI a.a. 2022/23
The call for applications for 100 scholarships for students with international protection, for access to degree, master’s degree and PhD courses without a scholarship at Italian universities, is online until 31 August 2022.

The initiative, promoted by the Ministry of the Interior and CRUI, with the participation of ANDISU, aims to support the right to study of young meritorious students, holders of international protection, who are forced to interrupt the study path started in their country of origin.

Call for applications 100 scholarships for students with international protection (EN version)

Bando per l’assegnazione di 100 annualità di borse di studio a studenti con protezione internazionale (IT)


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Evidenza Ucraina


Starting Friday, June 10, livelihood grants of 300 euros per month will be disbursed to refugees from Ukraine who have applied for temporary protection in Italy and found housing independently. The support includes a contribution of 300 euros per month for each adult and a supplement of 150 euros per month for each accompanying child under the age of 18.

How to withdraw the 300 euros

Ukrainian citizens who have applied by May 9 and for whom the Civil Protection Department has completed all checks can collect the contribution for the months of March and April. In this case, those who receive notification by text message can go to any post office counter and present the identity document with which the residence permit for temporary protection was applied for and the receipt of the application issued by the Police Headquarters, where the tax code is indicated. People will have 2 months to withdraw the economic support, after which the contribution will be revoked.

Who can apply and who is excluded

All those who have submitted (until May 9) an application for a residence permit for temporary protection issued by the Questura who are, or have been, in a condition of autonomous accommodation, that is, with relatives, friends or host families for at least ten days within a month, can apply for the bonus.

Those who are housed in facilities made available by the Italian state (Cas-Centers for extraordinary assistance, Sai-System for reception and integration, facilities for widespread reception, hotels made available by the Autonomous Regions and Provinces) cannot apply for the contribution.

Can one still apply for support?

The support can be applied for by September 30, 2022, always through registration on the Civil Protection platform and is recognized for a maximum of three months from the date shown on the receipt of the application for a residence permit; depending on the period elapsed between the application and the request for the contribution, it can be recognized for one monthly installment, two or the full amount.

Full details on the grant, how to apply and what documents are needed can be found in this article published earlier.

Here is a list of post offices in Italy with multilingual services: List of multilingual post offices


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Refugee-led Innovation Fund

Refugee-led Innovation Fund

Championing the creativity of all displaced people

Vision and Objective
The Refugee Led Innovation Fund champions innovation by all people who experience forced displacement. It seeks to reshape their participation in the delivery of humanitarian work by placing them at the centre of decisions affecting their lives, and ensuring that they lead the identification of needs and the design of innovative solutions.

The Fund provides a holistic support mechanism combining financial resources, mentoring and other expertise directly to organisations led by people who experience forced displacement. This will enable them to design new interventions which will have a lasting positive impact on their communities.

About the Fund
Organisations that are led by refugees, forcibly displaced and stateless people make remarkable contributions to their communities, but face considerable challenges that prevent them from accessing direct and flexible funding.

They are often excluded from existing networks of entrepreneurs and innovators, resulting in poor access to knowledge, information and resources that could help them to magnify their impact.

The Refugee-Led Innovation Fund proposes a fundamental shift in programme architecture. It takes a grassroot approach whereby organizations led by people who experience forced displacement are directly provided with meaningful financial resources and the support required to implement innovative approaches.

Who can apply
The Fund supports innovation by all organisations led by people who experience forced displacement, including refugees, asylum-seekers, the internally displaced, returnees and stateless people.

Applicants will be asked to apply as a team, usually as part of an existing organisation.

The Fund accepts applications from both registered or unregistered organisations.

Additional attention will be given to ensuring that LGBTIQ+ persons, women-led, disability-led and other underrepresented organisations receive the necessary support and encouragement to apply to the Fund.