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Access to Work and Social Protection Project

Hello! Welcome to the "Fishing for Access to Work" webpage!

This webpage is part of the "Access to Work and Social Protection Project" initiated in 2016 by the Human Rights and Migration Law Clinic (HRMLC) in Turin, which is a legal education activity offered by the Law Departments of the University of Turin and the University of Eastern Piedmont and the International University College of Turin in partnership with the International Labour Organisation (ILO) in Geneva and the International Training Centre of the ILO in Turin.

The project  is the work of a group of students and professors who want to promote the more just and equitable treatment of migrants and refugees in the workplace. We hope you'll be able to find useful information about different aspects of this issue.

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Did you know that whether you work in Italy as a contracted employee or a wage laborer, you are entitled to certain rights and social benefits? Well, you are!

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Finding a job is always difficult, but it can be even more so in a new country!

One of the best (and easiest!) things you can do to make your job search more successful, is to get to know as many people as you can! You will be surprised by how much others are willing to help. Try going to different events in your city -- there are many that are just for newcomers like yourself. Spending time learning to communicate in Italian and getting to know your new hometown is very important. So keep yourself updated on the activities and events organised in the neighborhood where you live, and stay aware of social resources that are available to you!

If you have access to the internet, Google and Facebook can be your greatest ally in this search! For some ideas in the city of Turin try typing: Arte Migrante Torino, Centro Interculturale della Città di Torino, Casa del Quartiere di Torino.

One of the things you might find in your search for information on working in Italy, is something called a Borsa Lavoro.

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Finding a job and being able to provide for yourself and your family is a common dream all over the world! Unfortunately sometimes, if you are not aware, you might find yourself in a situation of Work Exploitation.

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  1. How can I start looking for a job?
    1. Start by asking your hosting center's staff! They will be the most knowledgeable about the current job market in your city.
    2. Ask around! Many jobs are not posted on job sites and can only be found by word-of-mouth. Talk to your friends, teachers, religious community -- anyone can be a potential lead.
    3. The internet can be a vast resource for those with access. Check in with social media groups as well as more traditional job sites. Be aware of fraud!
    4. Remember that collecting information on the availability of a Borsa Lavoro (Work Scholarship) can be a good starting point!

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In this webpage we try to provide relevant, accurate and up-dated information, but we do not take any legal responsibility for the information provided. The information provided here does not replace by any means a proper legal advice. If you need this, we recommend you contact a lawyer.

Ultimo aggiornamento: 21/09/2018 23:31

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