refugees in italy

The arrival of student refugees at Rome's Fiumicino airport as part of the UNICORE project on November 17, 2022 | Photo: UNHCR/Michele Cirillo
The press conference to present Unia in Rome, on November 8, 2022 | Photo: UNHCR/Valerio Muscella
A boat with migrants who set off from Tunisia arrives in the port of the Italian island of Lampedusa | Photo: ANSA/Elio Desiderio
Learning Italian is essential to get the requisite school certificates and to get on to a training course | Photo: Micol Liardo / Iride Cooperative
Italian Premier, Giorgia Meloni, at Lower House | Photo: ANSA/Filippo Attili - Chigi Palace Press Office
Dozens of migrants waiting in front of the prefecture of Trieste to ask for a place to stay in the city's facilities, on October 5, 2022 | Photo: ANSA/Alice Rita Fumis
Aid organization Doctors Without Borders rescued 76 people, including 17 minors and a very young child, who were in distress on a wooden boat in the Mediterranean Sea on October 17, 2022 | Photo: Twitter @MSF_Sea
One of the clinic's patients attends an Italian language course as part of the MSF program | Photo: MSF_Italia
From file: Ukrainian refugees welcomed by members of the civil protection organization at Milan's central station | PHOTO: Paolo Salmoirago / Archive / ANSA
Refugee identification of Ukrainian citizens in a school in Monza, in Lombardy | Photo: ARCHIVE/ANSA/MATTEO BAZZI
The Italian Vice Deputy for Foreign Affairs, Marina Sereni, welcomes a group of refugees at Fiumicino airport, 25 July, 2022 | Photo: ARCHIVE/ANSA/Telenews
Three right-wing parties won a large share of the vote in the Italian election and will likely lead the next government. Their three leaders (from left to right) are Matteo Salvini (League), Silvio Berlusconi (Forza Italia) and Giorgia Meloni (Brothers of Italy) | Photo: ANSA/Guiseppe Lami