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AssoLavoro: services for work and support for refugees

Accoglienza&Lavoro: here you can find information about work and specific support services for beneficiaries of international protection, temporary protection and special protection.
The services are provided to holders of residence permits for international protection (refugee status and subsidiary protection), temporary protection or special protection, or to those who have been issued an equivalent document by the police pending the issue of one of the aforementioned residence permits.

Accoglienza&Lavoro is a project promoted by Assolavoro, the National Association of Labour Agencies in collaboration with UNHCR – the UN Refugee Agency.

Discover all the services for social inclusion and access to work guaranteed – free of charge – by the Employment Agencies for those arriving in Italy.


Assolavoro, together with the trade unions Nidil Cgil, Felsa Cisl and Uiltemp, have signed an Agreement for the support of beneficiaries of international protection, temporary protection or special protection aimed at promoting their reception, inclusion and social-work integration.

  • Guidance and first information

  • Skills profile

  • Basic Italian language courses

  • Professional training courses


Beneficiaries of international protection, temporary protection and special protection who participate in a basic or vocational training course, or who are employed by an Employment Agency, are immediately entitled to access certain welfare benefits completely free of charge. The services are provided through the bilateral Ebitemp entity.

  • Nursery contribution

  • Support for education

  • Reimbursement for purchase of goods before baby needs

  • Reimbursement of psychological assistance

Evidenza Ucraina

Tell Us Your Story: an online study aimed at Ukrainian refugees

Tell Us Your Story, an online study, is an interesting effort to better understand the needs of displaced individuals from the Ukraine. It is a way to collect important information that could be relevant to the process of inclusion.

Tell Us Your Story, an online study, is an relevant effort to understand better the needs of displaced individuals from the Ukraine. It is a way to collect important information that could be relevant to the process of inclusion.

The study, promoted by the European Union Agency for Asylum (EUAA) and Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD,) aims at collecting information on the crossing of  Europe, family composition, level of instruction and personal situation of each refugee. To participate you must be an adult, and it takes just 10 minutes to fill out the questionnaire. It’s available in:

The result will be turned over to the EU member states and OCSE. The answers will be used to provide updates on the situation to the authorities in charge and will allow to better adapt services to the needs of Ukrainian refugees.

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The Umbria Region Offers Free Italian Classes to 16 Year Old Ukrainian Refugees

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The Perugia and Terni CPIA are offering free all levels Italian classes to 16 year old Ukrainian citizens. The goal is to promote the assimilation of refugees who have recently arrived in the Region.

Information on Classes in Perugia

At the Ponte San Giovanni location, given the Ukraine emergency, an introductory Italian class has already started. It takes place every Thursday from 9am -1pm. If necessity arises, similar classes will be started at the satellite locations of Città di Castello, Gualdo Tadino, Foligno and Spoleto.

For further information and to enroll, please contact the central location of Ponte San Giovanni at  075.396132, or send an e-mail to To enroll online, use this link.

Information on the Classes in Terni

The CPIA location in Terni is at the Istituto IPSIA Pertini; the others are in Narni and Orvieto.

For further information and to enroll, please contact the Terni branch at 0744.431962 or write to To enroll online, utilize this link.

The Terni CPIA offers another service: guidance on enrollment in schools that offer classes for minors.

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The helpline for Ukrainian refugees is now operative in Milan


The helpline to aid Ukrainian refugees who have fled the war is now operative. It will furnish information and collect data on their needs to be able to provide better support. This is project of the Fondazione Ismu along with the City of Milan and is financed by the former football player Andrij Shevchenko who donated to the Fondo #MilanoAiutaUcraina.

Useful Information

Starting on May 16, you can call the free number 02.0205, Monday – Friday from 9am to 6pm.  Ukrainian speaking operators will answer, listen to your requests, and provide information on the services available from the City of Milan and territorial networks. 


The helpline was created to facilitate the new arrivals assimilation in the urban area and promote an integration process that will benefit both the Ukrainian community and those who receive them. For this reason, the operators will help the refugees avail themselves of child services and education, get a residence permit or regularize one’s position in Italy. If necessary in person appointments are available.

The hope is that the helpline will be useful to get to know families and unaccompanied minors who have arrived in the city informally, and whose presence has not been signaled to the authorities, with the goal of introducing them to the services and opportunities available to them in Milan.

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Asilo e immigrazione Faq

What Is It, Who Can Apply and How?


SPID, the Public Digital Identity System, allows access to online services from the Public Administration and private sector by using a two-factor authentication: username and password. It can be used simply and safely from any device be it computer, tablet, or smartphone, every time that the key “Access with SPID” appears on a website or App. 


Who Can Apply?


  • Adults who have a valid Italian ID,    health card or tax identification number card, and reside in Italy or abroad
  • Foreign citizens with a resident permit and currently living in Italy

Where to Get SPID for Free?


To get your SPID credentials you must turn to one of the following digital identity providers licensed by AgID (Agenzia per l’Italia Digitale🙂

  • TIM id
  • SpidItalia
  • Sielte id
  • Poste ID
  • Namirial ID
  • LepIDa
  • Intesa ID

What Provider Should I Choose? 

The credentials that you will receive are all valid. Choose the provider that will complete the procedure more quickly and simply. Let your personal experience with them be your guide. Based on your needs, you can choose from three different levels of security and three different methods of identification to access online services. 

Differences Between the Three Levels of Security

Each service requires access with already established level of security. Identify the level of security you need:

  • Level 1 allows entry with username and password,
  • Level 2 allows entry with Level 1 credentials and the creation of a one-time password (OTP,) or an App available on smartphone or tablet,
  • Level 3 allows entry with SPID credentials and an additional physical device such as a smart card, available from the digital identity provider.

I Am a Foreigner, How Do I Apply for SPID?

You can habilitate, for free or by paying, on one of the digital identity providers websites.

You will need a:

  • Personal e-mail address (don’t use your work address or any other that one day might no longer exist)
  • Telephone number of an Italian or foreign mobile that you normally use, even if you are not the contract holder
  • Valid Italian ID, for example an Identity Card
  • Health Card with your tax identification number or tax identification card (or the corresponding certificates of allocation.)

It’s not possible to apply for a SPID if you have only a residence permit. Use the permit to request an identification card, and then apply for the SPID.

Below is a video that can help you create the SPID

In italiano:

In inglese:

Fonte video: Oxfamitalia

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Migriricerca II: The International and European Forum on Migration Research (FIERI) is offering a scholarship to young people with a migrant background

The Migriricerca II open call has been published online; it guarantees a training scholarship to do social research to young people with a migrant background. The application deadline is June 30, 2022.

The open call for Migriresearch II, sponsored by FIERI,  offers young people with a migrant background a scholarship to do social research. This is the second year that the scholarship is being offered. It is financially sponsored by Fondazione Compagnia di San Paolo , and is based on the premise that while migration dynamics are a strong focus in the social sciences, the research being done on the phenomena, and the related social integration and segregation processes, is almost totally produced by native researchers devoid of any migratory experience either at the family and/or individual level. This reality is also the case in Italy, where even though migration has been a decisive element of its national demography, young migrants or those with a migrant background are underrepresented in cultural professions, especially in the academic universe. To widen their representation is not only a question of social justice but will have an impact on the quality of the research.

You have until June 30, 2022, to apply for the scholarship.

  • Be born abroad, migrated to Italy or have a migrant background.
  • Be under 30 years of age (not yet finished at the time of application,) or less than 32 (not yet finished at the time of application,) if the candidate has already gotten a PhD
  • Have finished, in Italy or abroad, a post-graduate degree in one of the following areas: Area 11 – Historical, Philosophical, Pedagogical and Psychological Sciences; Area 12 – Juridical Science; Area 13 – Economics and Statistics; Area 14 – Political and Social Sciences.
Scholarship Information

The scholarship will start on September 1, 2022, and will end on August 31, 2023. The scholarship is worth a nontaxable €16,800.00, paid out over a 12-month period via a coordinated contractual relationship.

How to Apply  

To apply you must submit:

  • An up-to-date resumé,
  • A letter explaining the interest for the application and one’s migrant background,
  • A proposal for a research project, preferably connected to one of FIERI’s topics:

These are the research’s suggested topics: the Commission will consider proposals focused on different aspects but connected to migration dynamics. The research proposal will have to be of at least 12.000 characters (spaces included,) and must explain the area chosen, the methodology that will be adopted and the type of possible outcome.

How to Send Application

The applications must be sent only via computer to the email address,, by June 30, 2022 (object: OPEN CALL MIGRIRICERCA II.) Those applications sent after the above date, will not be considered. Further information is available at the open call Migriricerca II (bando ufficiale Migriricerca II.)

Or contact Yassin Dia at:, 011-5160044.

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Ukraine: Ordinance Allots €300/Month to Every Refugee in Italy

Following the Government’s Decree that extended temporary protection to Ukrainian refugees fleeing their country because of the present conflict, the Italian Civil Protection Department – a structure of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers – issued Ordinance 881/March 29, 2022, that contained additional emergency measures in the matter of civil protection so as to insure that accomodations, aid and assistance will be available throughout the country to those who are arriving as a consequence of what is happening in the Ukraine. Let’s examine its major aspects.

Diffuse Hospitality

In order to solicit a national response, the Civil Protection Department will issue communications addressed to the Third Sector, service centers for volunteers, associations and religious organizations to promote the development of welcoming activities, even as joint efforts, throughout the country for those individuals and families that qualify for temporary protection.

Income Allowance

The Civil Protection Department will allocate an income allowance of €300/month for a maximun of three months to all Ukrainian individuals who have applied for temporary protection, whether they have arrived directly from the Ukraine or other nations, and are living in indipendent accomondations. Those who already benefit from alternative housing measures do not qualify. The three months will be computed from the date of the temporary protection application, and in all instances will not be extended beyond December 31, 2022. Those who are employed will receive a two months income allowance. In case of the presence of a minor, the parent, legal tutor or guardian will receive an additional €150 three month contribution per child under the age of 18.

How Do I Apply for It?

You can apply by filling out an application on the appropriate digital platform set up by the Civil Protection Department. Subsequently the beneficiary, with his/her personal ID and a copy of the receipt issued by the Police at the time of the temporary protection application’s filing, can go to any Italian bank, even without having  an Italian checking account, and they will receive the allowance in cash.

Measures Regarding the National Health Service

In the matter of the National Health Service, individuals entitled to temporary protection are granted the same rights as an Italian citizen. They wil be assigned a National Insurance Number that will grant them access to medical care.

How to apply for a grant

To apply for the subsistence allowance you need your Fiscal Code, a phone numberand an email.

The allowance is granted on a monthly basis, for two monthly quotas or for the entire amount, according to the time between your application for a residence permit for temporary protection and the application submitted on this platform.

Click here if you need to apply for the contribution for the first time or for later quotas if you have not received the full amount.

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Before you go Evidenza Regole e comportamenti

Decreto Flussi 2022: Entry Application Deadline Moved to September 30

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The deadline to file entry applications for non EU citizens already enrolled in training projects abroad and for the conversion of residence permits has been moved to September 30, 2022.  The Decreto Flussi (Decree issued by the Council of Ministers on December 21, 2021,) has set the entry quota for foreign workers at a maximum of 69.700.  


If you fall in the following categories, you can still file an application:

  1. Conversion of residence permit for subordinate (or self-employed) work. To date only 45% of applications set aside have been  filled.
  2. Entry in Italy for non EU citizens who have completed their traning programs in the country of origin.  The quota of 100 entries for workers who have completed their training program in the country of origin has not been reached. (per Art. 23 of Legislative Decree N. 286/July 25, 1998.)


How to Apply

To start an employer, be he/she Italian or foreigner in possession of a regular permit, must file for authorisation to hire a non EU worker by filling the online form found at this link:

The application deadline is September 30, 2022 – not March 17, 2022, – and priority will be assigned in accordance to the filing date.

Please Note:  In order to file an application, you must be in possession of a Public Digital Identity or SPID.

The project Before You Go, which ends on September 30, 2022,  already has helped 583 individuals who intend to migrate to Italy by enrolling them in a cultural, language, social and work program in their country of origin. For further information visit this link.

Evidenza Lavoro

Multilingual Informational Manual against Exploitation on the Job

The multilingual informational manual   promoted by the multi-institutional help desk against the illegal recruitment of the workforce makes information and services accessible to foreign workers in Italy. The content is available in the following languages:


  • Italian
  • French
  • English
  • Arabic.


Some Info


The multi-institutional helpdesk against the illegal recruitment of the workforce was formed as part of the project P.I.U.Su.Pr.Eme. (Individualized Exit Paths from Exploitation.) It was jointly financed by the Ministry of Labor and Social Policies, General Administrative Office of the Immigration and Integration Policies Department, and the European Union, PON Inclusion European Social Fund 2014 – 2020.


Its goal is to identify the victims of illegal recruitment of the workforce in Italy and provide them with access to local programs and services.



  • WhatsApp350.9092008
  • Free Number800 939000

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Covid Evidenza Salute

New facemark and green pass regulations will go into effect on April 1

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As a result of the Government’s decree issued on March 17, 2022, there are new facemask and Green Pass regulations.  Below you will find the key changes  that will go into effect on April 1.

PLEASE NOTE:   The Covid – 19 state of emergency will end on March 31, 2022.


The mandate to wear FFP2 facemasks will remain in effect till April 30, 2022, on:

– Public transportation

– In places where shows open to the public are held.

In the workplace it will suffice to wear respiratory track protection, not necessarily an FFP2 mask.

Green Pass and Work

Starting on April 1, all workers will be able to enter their workplace with a Basic Green Pass. The Green Pass mandate will end on May 1, 2022. 

The vaccine mandate will remain in effect till December 31, 2022, for those workers who are employed in a hospital  or a Senior long-term residential facility, or are employed in a health related field.  Those found not in compliance will be suspended from their jobs.

The Green Pass mandate will remain in effect till December 31, 2022, for all visitors to a Senior long-term residential facility, hospice and hospital ward.  If a person has had the virus and has a Green Pass, it will no longer be necessary to show a negative test result 


For those who attend Pre-k, Kindergarden, Elementary and Junior High school, or any secondary school, attendance will continue even in the presence of 4 positive cases.  For those students who are six years, or older, wearing and FFP facemask is mandated for ten days from the last contact with a positive person.  All students who are in isolation due to a Covid infection and have a medical certificate, can attend school via  distance learning (Didattica a Distanza – DAD.) A negative antigen or molecular test is sufficent to go back to school.

Isolation and Stay at Home Orders

Starting on April 1, those who have had contact with a positive person no longer need to isolate themselves.  Stay at Home orders are abolished, but the following rules will apply: 

– You may leave the house only in case of strict necessity,

– If symptoms are  present, you must do a swab 5 days after contact.

If the swab is positive, isolation will become effective.  Home confinment will last until you have a negative test result.


Other Changes

The March 17 Decree also includes:

– The end of regional Covid-19 zone color codes,

– Starting on April 1, all indoor and outdoor sport facilities will function at full capacit

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