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Italy Pathways for education, employment and integration of young migrants
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Original Title: Percorsi per la formazione, il lavoro e l’integrazione dei giovani migranti
Country: Italy
Name of the responsible body: Directorate-General for Immigration and Integration Policies – Ministry of Labour and Social policies (Italy)
Start Year of implementation: 2016
End Year of implementation: 2017
Summary: The project is based on the provision of an individual integration plan, aimed at supporting unaccompanied minors and young migrants to gain self-sufficiency and access to the labour market.
Main Activities/actions underpinning the policy or measure: The project is based on the definition of an individual integration plan which include a set of integration services aimed at facilitating recipients to access to the labour market (tutoring, counselling, career guidance, job orientation, traineeships) and the possibility of attending an internship. The main action is to activate a total of 960 internships. Main actions: - Profiling and needs assessment - Offering of a personalized set of active labour market policies (tutoring, counselling, career guidance, job orientation, traineeship) - Offering of an allowance to intermediary societies providing job orientation and active labour market services, to enterprises for tutoring internships activities, to minors/young migrants for attending internships - Job scouting, job searching, on-the-job coaching
Target groups: Unaccompanied foreign minors not asking for international protection Unaccompanied asylum-seeking children Young migrants until the age of 23 entered in Italy as unaccompanied minors
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