On 1 March foreigners in Italy are organising a 24-hour strike to underline their role in the country and to protest against recent episodes of racism and discrimination. Inspired by a similar protest in France on the same day, the event is being coordinated by a network of local committees with the support of social networking sites such as Facebook. In early February the group
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Prestigious school Santa Giuliana Falconieri based in Parioli Rome is currently seeking Mother tongue English speaking teachers for Middle and High school Cambridge Maths and Scien...
Tour company in Rome, seek staff for a 2 hour job on Monday 20th of August. You will be paid 20 euro for your time. You will be assisting our marketing team in securing reservation...
We are looking for a fluent fun English teacher who loves working with kids and teenagers, and teaches in an innovative way. You will need to possess a TEFL qualification and able...