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ALI aims at the socio-work inclusion of the immigrant population at a national level, in particular young unaccompanied minors or newly arrived adults, through an intervention that acts on three dimensions: educational/work; housing; social/relational.

The specific objective of the intervention is to increase the autonomy of young people with a migrant background through holistic care that connects the social, educational and working dimensions, strengthening synergies between public-private actors, with a view to a shared and aware responsibility.

We thus try to stimulate, in a community welfare logic, the building of a system of collaboration and sharing, between public and private, towards the work, housing and social inclusion of young people, accompanying them on educational, professional and personal growth paths which aim to autonomy.