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WELCOME TO ITALY, A FREE GUIDE FOR MIGRANTS
‘Welcome to Italy’ is a free guide for migrants aimed at promoting awareness of rights and opportunities for foreign workers. The book, printed in 20,000 copies and five languages, is available in the Feltrinelli libraries throughout Italy. The publication is part of ‘Together Without Walls’, a campaign to help create a better environment for migrants also thanks to a demonstration in Milan on May 20th.
UNIVERSITY COOPERATION: MEDITERRANEAN PROJECT LAUNCHED
Students from North Africa and the Middle East will benefit from scholarships offered by the University of Rome Luiss Guido Carli in the framework of the Mediterranean Project. The initiative will involve at least 20 students, some of whom are of Moroccan nationality and others are Syrian, now refugees in Jordan. Financing of the Mediterranean Project is provided by Third Pillar, a foundation focused on international training programs.
POPE MEETS TRUMP: WON’T GIVE JUDGMENT BEFORE LISTENING
“I will listen, I will say what I think and he will say what he thinks. I don’t give a judgment without listening to the person first”. That is Pope Francis on the coming meeting with Donald Trump in the Vatican. Asked for comments on the U.S. president’s announcements on migrants and walls, Pope Francis said that refugees and immigrants are his “main concern”.
SOMALIA, NEW EU FUNDS TO BOOST ECONOMY, SECURITY
Two hundred million euros for security, economic opportunities and “democratic governance”: that is the commitment to Somalia announced by the European Union at the end of an international conference in London. THe EU already supports the African Union peacekeeping mission in Somalia which has the task to confront the Islamist group Al Shabaab. Since February the election of president Mohamed “Farmajo” Abdullahi has fueled hopes of a new stability but has not resolved the security issue yet.
ETHIOPIA, DRINKING WATER THANKS TO AN ITALIAN COMPANY
Drinking water for Ethiopia: that is the commitment of an Italian company based in Cesena, Righi Elettroservizi, who has just delivered a water purification plant near the town of Dembidolo. The water will be taken from a lake and, once potable, made available to the inhabitants of one of the m