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Master in Human Resources: Scholarships for refugee students

ISTUD and Università Cattolica di Milano, with the support of the Istituto G. Toniolo, have set up two scholarships worth 12,000 Euro gross each, to cover the costs of participation in the university Master’s Degree Course in “Human Resources and Organisation” a.y. 2023-2024, reserved for two students with refugee status (or with subsidiary, international or temporary protection status).
For each scholarship, in addition to covering the entire participation fee for the Master’s course (worth €12,000, gross of any withholding taxes), an additional lump-sum contribution of €6,000 gross is envisaged, which will be paid in 6 monthly instalments, to support travel, board and lodging expenses. This contribution is offered thanks to the support of the Istituto G. Toniolo Institute for Advanced Studies and CeSI-Centro di Ateneo per la Solidarietà Internazionale, of the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore.

All applicants may apply for the Fellowship by 20 October 2023, by e-mail (area_giovani@istud.it), if they possess

refugee status or holder of international protection or holder of subsidiary protection or beneficiary of temporary protection

university degree

good knowledge of Italian

good knowledge of English

The Master’s Degree in Human Resources and Organisation, now in its XXIX edition, accredited by ASFOR – the Italian Association for Managerial Training, will start on 20 November next, with the aim of training human resource management professionals able to effectively take part in selection, training, evaluation and organisational development, internal communication, and in the various professions related to human resource management in companies.

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2023 Reform of Open Competitive Exams: Refugees and EU Citizens Can Participate

 

The   open competitive exams’ reform(Law n.80/2021, converted on August 6, 1921, into L. 113,) introduces important changes that will make recruitment to work in the public administration field more accessible and better quality.

–    In addition to Italian citizens, refugees and EU citizens can participate in open competitive exams if they are permanent residents or hold a long term EU residence permit;

–   Greater safeguards have been set in place to guarantee gender equality, safeguard those who are parents and those who have learning difficulties;

–   A six months limit has been established for the competitive exam procedure;

–   To participate in the open competitive exams, one must use the recruitment portal “inPA,” www.InPA.gov.it. Registration is free and must be done via the SPID, CIE and CIS systems of identification.

 

See the web page “SPID: a cosa serve, chi può richiederlo e come(SPID what is it, who is eligible and how to request it.)

 

 

The portal will also improve the quality of the recruitment process by using an innovative digital system that simplifies and accelerates the match between job employment requests and the needs of public administration system.

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New funding opportunity for organizations led by refugees

UNHCR’s Refugee-led Innovation Fund is open for new applications from refugee-led organizations across the world.

The Fund supports innovation by all organizations led by people who have experienced forced displacement, including refugees, asylum-seekers, the internally displaced, returnees, and stateless people. The Fund provides holistic support – combining financial resources, mentoring, and other expertise – directly to refugee-led organizations, to enable them to design and deliver new interventions that have a lasting positive impact on their communities.

Applicants are asked to apply as a team, usually as part of an existing organization.

Applications close on 30 June 2023 at 23:59.

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