Giovedì, 20 Settembre 2018

Italy needs new citizenship law, says report


Rome, November 7 - A new citizenship law is need
to help foreigners trying to integrate in Italy, the Association
of Italian Christian Workers (ACLI) said in a report released
"Only by giving foreigners equal rights will Italians
learn to respect them as equals," said Andrea Olivero, president
of ACLI.
The publication, 'Integration, legality, citizenship - A
challenge for all' was presented with the support of the
European Commission and European Center for Workers (EZA) in
Palermo and will be followed by a four-day workshop.
"We need to work on integration. Italians will lose their
prejudices only by opening their eyes to the facts. Immigration
is offering a great contribution in terms of economic and social
welfare," Olivero said.
Marco De Giorgi from Italy's National Office against
Racial Discrimination (UNAR) said that more than 1,000 cases of
discrimination were reported since the beginning of the year.
"There is a growth in a new kind of racism in which the
perpetrators believe that discrimination it is acceptable,
condoning violence indirectly".

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