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Interculturalism in Italy: Is it merely a Language and Communication Problem?
(Fisciano: ICSR Mediterranean Knowledge, 2016)
It is unthinkable today not to promote or encourage intercultural communication, it being the only alternative to conflict: a dialogic interaction designed to promote all the instances in the game and to achieve equilibrium ...
Communication for Cultural Integration : The Case of a Secondary Reception Centre
The language, a human species-specific activity, permits of knowing, organizing and recounting the reality that around us. Although the vocal level represents the preferred channel of expression, everyday experiences are ...
La recente disciplina europea sulla migrazione qualificata: tra promozione della migrazione circolare e politiche di integrazione
This article analyses the most recent European legislation on skilled migration - which ensures a more advanced treatment as compared to other categories of third-country nationals - with the aim of assessing whether its ...
The Migrant’s Gaze. A survey on mobility factors carried out in the reception centres of Taranto
(Fisciano: ICSR Mediterranean Knowledge, 2017)
The migration phenomenon has significantly grown over the last years. Migrants no longer consider Italy as a country of transit, but also as a final destination. Therefore, institutions and civil society organizations have ...
Us and Them: Restricting EU Citizenship Rights Through the Notion of Social Integration
The article addresses the impact of the concept of social integration on the European Union citizenship regime. Despite the lack of a clear legal definition, integration is gradually becoming a key cross-cutting category ...