A few days ago, the president of the non-profit organization BeneRwanda, for which I work, calls me telling me to participate in a course, given my previous in-depth courses on the subject of immigration, and on my desire to learn to study projects.
And here I am!
Wednesday 12/06/19, first day of training course A.MI.CO. – Migration Associations for Co-development, promoted by the International Organization (IOM) and supported by the Italian Cooperation (Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and Italian Agency for Development Cooperation), contributes to supporting the initiatives of diaspora associations in Italy for the social, cultural and economic development of the countries of origin.
In short, I will now explain to you what the course specifically does. It focuses on the concept of co-development, and in particular is based on the belief that, thanks to the resources and skills connected to migratory movements, it is possible to trigger and promote improvement processes for both communities and territories of origin as well as those of destination of migrants. Starting from these premises, the course is aimed at migrant associations present in Italy: a natural transnational subject that, in gathering individual specificities, enhances the skills and abilities of the diaspora as a bridge between cultures, economies and countries. […]