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Give 40 unaccompanied minors hope for life with integration paths
unaccompanied foreign minors
educators, social operators
and trained tutors
research job pathways
A project activating training and work orientation courses, accompaniment and integration paths for UFMs - Unaccompanied Foreign Minors - in Turin.
HELP FOSTER THE INTEGRATION
OF UNACCOMPANIED MINORS
With 30 euros you contribute to the purchase of vocational material for a beneficiary, depending on the activated course
With 70 euro you offer two hours of sexual education or citizenship education to all 40 beneficiaries
With 150 euros you support the work of an educator with local communities
According to the Ministry of Labour and Social Policies, as of 31 August 2021, there were 5540 unaccompanied foreign minors (UFMs) registered in Italy, of whom 250 in Turin, currently accommodated in reception facilities or with relatives. Unaccompanied foreign minors represent a group exposed to the risk of social exclusion and discrimination. The services dedicated to them present various criticalities, essentially due to the specificity of the needs of these minors, who have different backgrounds and assets.
Due to the events that led them to leave their countries and their family units, UFMs have serious difficulties in integrating into a new social system that is very different from their original one.
The project aims to promote the integration of 40 unaccompanied minors through accompanying and training courses aimed at guaranteeing work placements that take into account their potential and training, psychological and socio-relational needs, with particular attention to the transition to adulthood. Another important objective of the project is the strengthening of the reception system for UFMs, through the reinforcement of the foster care system, the support of housing autonomy and the organisation of specific training courses for operators in the sector and members of the host communities.
In order to implement the integration processes of unaccompanied foreign minors, the project proposes various training and professionalisation activities: vocational training and orientation courses, apprenticeships, social theatre workshops aimed at acquiring life-skills, language training for work; training of peer educators. Alongside the training offer, there are foster care placement courses with socio-psychological support and co-housing placements, psycho-social support, sexual health and citizenship education, with specific training for operators.
The project intends to offer multidimensional and individualised responses to promote the active inclusion of 40 unaccompanied minors in Turin, through the creation of a network of local agents with different but integrated skills and the activation of training, independent living and psycho-social support programmes for them. More than 150 minors or those who have just come of age will be involved in specific moments of the process, according to a "lighter" accompaniment method, always aimed at wider integration in the community.
OTHER WAYS TO DONATE
Via Ugo Foscolo 3
Banca Unicredit Spa
Poste Italiane Spa C/C 50829423
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