We’re talking about the start of a project useful for craftsmen that haven’t an heir for their business but also for migrants that can learn how to work in this field. It is based in Bologna and it’s important for the social integration of migrants and their economic autonomy.
In the project there are 4 young men that are learning how to be a craftsman.
1 . they show manual competences and specific techniques which are important to start this business.
2. they became more responsible and autonomous.
3. the craftsmen increase the activity as they have a person that helps them so they have less personal charge.
Programme: internship activities. Necessity to find solutions for migrants integration to turn emergency into opportunity both for migrants and host community.
Goals: elaborate an innovative model of job with an important social impact for migrants and refugees.
Themes: social integration is to follow the law!; equal and dignified work; financial inclusion.
Donor: Chiesa Evangelica Valdese
Duration: 17 months (January 2018-June 2019)
Lead: Associazione Microfinanza e Sviluppo Onlus
Partner: Rete Italiana di Microfinanza, Provincia Autonoma di Trento (Assessorato della Cooperazione allo Sviluppo), Centro Astalli di Trento, Cinformi Trento, Ministero dell'Interno, Dipartimento per le Libertà Civili e l'Immigrazione, Cospe, Centro per la Formazione alla Solidarietà Internazionale, Banca Etica, Permicro, Microfinanza Srl, Forum per la Finanza Sostenibile, Tanzania Renewable Energy Association, Delegazione Europea Tunisia, International Training Centre – ILO, Permicro Spa, Oxfam Italia, Centro Trentino di Solidarietà, Mag Verona, Fazlullah Foundation, Governatorato di Kasserine, Microprogress Onlus, Microfinanza Rating, Accion Contra el Hambre, Deutsches Mikrofinanz Institut, Asp Città di Bologna, Fundacion Cajasol, Fundacion Nantik Lum, Comune di Venezia, CeSpi, Università di Parma, Università di Udine, Asa Initiative Ghana.