THURSDAY - Place of Welcome
Autonomy, social promotion and, above all, the sense of living in a foreign land, are linked to the possibility of having a job: for this reason, Randi has equipped itself to search for answers to the many questions that come from women who attend the Association.
Over the years, individual guidance and guidance courses have been activated for the world of work, and positive actions and training courses have been designed over time to better qualify migrant women, especially in the home care sector.
ENHANCEMENT OF CULTURES
Con il duplice obiettivo di valorizzare il patrimonio culturale che ogni donna porta con sé, e con l’intento di creare “ponti” di dialogo, vengono promosse Iniziative culturali e di spettacolo, e serate finalizzate alla valorizzazione delle diverse identità culturali del territorio, in modo che ci sia un po’ di spazio per chi desidera provare a trasmettere la ricchezza di cui è portatrice
EMERSION FROM VIOLENCE
The particular experience of reception, intervention and support for migrant women has allowed us, in the search for concrete and competent answers, to develop a methodology of access to stories of violence suffered by immigrant women in which the practices of anti-violence centers are conjugated with the knowledge of the immigration legislation, of the foreign communities present in the territory, and with the anthropological and ethnopsychiatric competences acquired in over twenty years of history of the Association.
Only a competent and specific accompaniment allows the integration of what is the most vulnerable and most fragile component of immigration.
FIGHT AGAINST SOCIAL EXCLUSION
With a welfare system that generally holds less and less, the vulnerable categories are those that are affected first by the effects linked to the increase in poverty and the reduction of job opportunities. The lack of work can also cause the loss of the residence permit with consequent deprivation of social and health care rights.
As far as possible the Association is active to offer concrete support to those who are in financial difficulty with the withdrawal of food surpluses from the shops and their distribution.
Furthermore, against all discrimination and in synergy with other private social organizations and organizations and with migrant communities in the area, it favors the access to social and social-health services from the standpoint of health rights and respect for the dignity of each.