Registrations now open for the UNHCR course “Comunicare da Protagonisti”

The training course “Comunicare da protagonisti”will be held on 13 and 14 December 2023.

The training course “Comunicare da Protagonisti” is tailored for refugees and stateless individuals in Italy, empowering them to embrace their pivotal role as witnesses and active protagonists in communication. The course will explore effective communication strategies to shape narratives in interviews, public presentations, and social media, in addition to understanding the dynamics of Italian media and public opinion.

All expenses for travel, meals, and accommodation are covered by UNHCR

To apply, please send your motivation letter by Wednesday 15 November 2023 to

For more information click here

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New Edition of the “Know Your Rights” Education Program in Milan

The Know Your Rights project will take place in Milan from October 24th to December 12th, 2023.

Know Your Rights is a programme to increase knowledge about one’s legal rights, an 8-lesson legal training aimed at asylum seekers, stateless persons, displaced persons or holders of other forms of protection.

Who can participate?
– Those over 18 years of age
– Those who plan to live in Italy
– Those who have a level of Italian no lower than B1/B2

How to enrol
Register at the following link

Via della Posta, 7, 20123 Milan, Italy

For questions and further information
Contact Alessia Amendola:

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The Single Universal Allowance is also due to those who have a residence permit for waiting for employment

On 19 September 2023, the Labour Court of Trento ruled that holders of a residence permit for awaiting employment are also entitled to receive the Single Universal Allowance (AUU). The permit for awaiting employment is, in fact, one of the ‘single work permits’, as it is a title that enables the holder to carry out a work activity for at least one year from the date of registration on the employment lists.

The single and universal allowance is an economic support to families with dependent children and is also due to foreign citizens. In particular, the single allowance is due not only to Italian citizens but also to

– citizens of a European Union Member State or their family members who have the right of residence or the right of permanent residence

– nationals of a non-European Union Member State holding an EU long-term residence permit or a single work permit authorised to work for a period exceeding six months

– holders of a residence permit for research purposes authorised to reside in Italy for a period exceeding six months

holders of a residence permit for awaiting employment

What are the amounts?

The allowance ranges from a minimum of € 50 per month to a maximum of € 175 per month for each dependent minor child.
For dependent children aged between 18 and 21, the amounts range from a minimum of €25 per month to a maximum of €85 per month.
There are increases in the case of dependent children with disabilities, mothers under the age of 21, large families, both parents working, and families with an Isee of less than € 25,000.

How to obtain the single universal allowance for dependent children

– For all new born children and for those who did not receive the allowance in 2022, the application can be submitted on the Inps website or through patronage institutions (Apply on the INPS website)

– From March 2023, those who have already received the allowance do not need to renew their application. In fact, renewal of the application will be automatic, if the application submitted has not been rejected, revoked or died.

– The allowance is disbursed by crediting the Iban or by direct debit transfer, except in the case of citizenship income recipients for whom, as long as the measure remains in force, it is disbursed on the same income card.

– Children aged over 18 and under 21 must fulfil one of the following conditions to benefit from the allowance

a. attend a school or vocational training course, or a degree course;

b. undertake an apprenticeship or work activity and have a total income of less than €8,000 per year;

c. be registered as unemployed and seeking work with the public employment services;

d. perform universal civic service.

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