We have arrived to the conclusion of our scheduled interviews, which the Centre for African Studies has realized during the conference “Migration, reception, inclusion, co-development – The role of Med-African diasporas”. Speeches by various lecturers have highlighted how policies for an active inclusions of new arrivals can not ignore their different levels in competences, professional expertise and aggregation skills. For this reason, differentiated policies of inclusion and associations upgrading are necessary steps.
In these last interviews, Monica Dragone remembers how support to associations, particularly by public institutions, is not limited to an accompanying role, but it includes data research and academic titles recognition. Marina Villa, on the other hand, describes a reception project for young refugees enrolled in Universities coordinated by Università Cattolica in Milan.