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Heritage and Interculture

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Heritage and Interculture is an on-line resource entirely devoted to heritage education in an intercultural perspective. The website is an integral part of a long-term programme launched by Fondazione ISMU (Initiatives and Studies on Multiethnicity) with the following goals: -to investigate in which ways and on which terms heritage institutions, which have traditionally been used […]

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KING – Knowledge for INtegration Governance

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The KING project is a translation into facts of the idea that knowledge should be the foundation stone of policy-making. Hence its name: Knowledge for INtegration Governance. Co-funded by the European Commission – DG Home Affairs, it intends to gather knowledge on the present position in relation to migrant integration throughout the European Union, with […]

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Marriages decrease among migrants living in Italy

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98% of Chinese women (and 32% of Polish ones) married compatriots For the sixth consecutive year, in 2013, the lowest historic record on marriages between Italians has been recorded: if in 1996 Istat (Italian National Statistical Institute) recorded 267.000 unions, seventeen years later the number decreased by almost 100.000, falling below 168.000 unions, compared to […]

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At least 65.000 Italians live in London

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About 44.000 more Italians live in Madrid and Berlin European cities with the largest populations are London (8 million), Berlin, Madrid (both with more than 3 million), Rome, Paris, Bucharest and Vienna. As for Italians living in those cities, it is estimated that in 2012 about 65.000 of them have settled in London (an increase […]

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Providers of courses for adult migrants self-assessment handbook

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The Ismu Foundation supervised the Italian translation of the “Providers of courses for adult migrants self-assessment handbook” as part of an agreement with the Department of Language Policy of the Council of Europe. This instrument was originally derived from an Eaquals checklist for the evaluation of foreign language education. The Handbook has been designed to […]

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