The Italian government, which has promised greater severity towards illegal foreigners, has decided to take a census of Roma people from eastern Europe living in illegal camps in Italy, a plan which, in its original form, included fingerprinting for all, including children. The census, which the government says is necessary to keep track of people here illegally, is part of a broader plan to exercise greater control over the Roma many of whom have lived in Italy for decades without documents, a problem which was an important campaign issue in last April
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New afternoon courses twice a week from h. 18 to h 18.50 Beginner course stats on October 3rd B2 Level Course starts on October 2nd
Needed Experienced EFL kindergarten, primary or secondary teachers, good communication and presentation skills also in Italian, to work for an innovative exciting new blended learn...
Prestigious school Santa Giuliana Falconieri based in Parioli Rome is currently seeking Mother tongue English teachers for afternoon Classes. All candidates interested in joining o...