Pubblications
  • “Volver Project Research.” (Volver Project – 2010/FR/PROG-5425 – European Return Fund)

  • “Return and reception actions in the area of migration.” (Lend@Hand Project – JLS/2007/MMSIA/Return/025 – European Commission, Directorate General for Justic, Freedom and Security)

  • “From being hidden to the socio-economic inclusion of women victims of trafficking. Presentation of Results.” (Emergendo Project – IT-S2-MDL-277 – financed by the EU Community Equal initiave, phase 2 and cofinanced by the Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare, Directorate General for Policies and Training – 2007)

  • “Experiences and best practices when in managing voluntary and involuntary returns of Nigerian woman victims of trafficking in Europe.” (Turnaround Project – JLS/2005/RETURN/026 – European Commission, Directorate General for Justic, Freedom and Security)

  • “A transnazionale initiative on the socio-economic inclusion of women trafficking victims and migrant sex workers.” (Gender Street Project – TCA1588 – transnational cooperation agreement signed under the EU Community Equal initiave – 2004)

Video

“My Nigerian Sisters”

Directed by: Niccolò Bruna

Genre: Documentary

Runtime: 31 minutes

Produced by: Tampep Association / Kinoetika and AlNiMa project partners: Coopi, CeSPI, SRF

Year of production: 2005

Synopsis: Rita, Rosemary and Joy return to Nigeria after their experiences in Europe led them to life on the streets and finally into forced repatriation in 2005. At home they find their families still pushing them to travel again, but they refuse and decide to help each other and become "sisters".

“Verso casa” (Towards Home)

Directed by: Niccolò Bruna

Genre: Documentary

Runtime: 60 minutes

Produced by: Tampep Association / Kinoetika and AlNiMa project partners: Coopi, CeSPI, SRF

Year of production: 2005

Synopsis: The film explores the migration story of men and women who are torn between the desire to seek a better future away from their homeland and the knowledge that uprooting themselves from their native culture may create difficulties in feeling settled in either culture upon repatriation. 

“Due” (Two)

Directed by: Nicola Rondolino and Davide Tosco

Genre: Promotional film

Runtime: 8 minutes

Produced by: due+una  and PIC Equal Li.Fe project partners: Province of Turin, City of Turin, City of Moncalieri, University of Turin, Compagnia delle Opere, Tampep Association, Gruppo Abele, Casa di Carità Arti e Mestieri, Cicsene, Confcoperative, UPM, S&T

Year of production: 2005

Synopsis: This movie presents the real life stories of two young women who were the victims of human trafficking and have worked with the directors and Association staff to create this screenplay.

“Libera Vita” (Free Life)

Directed by: Tonino De Bernardi

Genre: Promotional film

Runtime: 13 minutes

Produced by: Lontane Province Film

Year of production: 2010

Synopsis: This film presents the lives of young migrants and the work of the Tampep Association. Set in a city affected by an industrial crisis, these women share their stories. They speak of how they feel they have been deprived of their past and their dreams, while the dreams they still hold on to seem forbidden. The film questions whether these women could be considered uprooted from their cultural identity, and explores who really knows them and who is willing to help them.

Funded by: Piemonte Doc Film Fund

"Ver-a"

Genre: Documentary

Runtime: 9 minutes

Produced by: Region of Piedmont and Ver-A project partners: Casa di Carità Arti e Mestieri, Confcoperative Torino, Associazione Compagnia delle Opere, Coldiretti Torino, Tampep Association, Gruppo Abele, Gruppo Volontariato Vincenziano

Year of production: 2011

Synopsis: This video presents the testimonies of several women who, through the Ver-A project, went through a job training and autonomy building program that included individual activities, interactive group exercises and finished with a work internship. For many of them, the job placement gave them the chance at whole new lives. 

"Joy"

Directed by: Cristian Li Gregni and Giuseppe Piras

Genre: Documentary

Runtime: 23 minutes

Produced by: Province of Turin and Project JOY - Job Opportunities for You partners: Casa di Carità Arti e Mestieri, Confcoperative Torino, Associazione Compagnia delle Opere, Coldiretti Torino, Tampep Association, Gruppo Abele, S.&T. soc. coop., Ufficio per la Pastorale dei Migranti Curia Arcidiocesana

Year of production: 2006

Synopsis: Interviews with two young female victims of human trafficking, who, thanks to the program for social intergration and assistance provided for by Italy's Article 18 law (d.lgs 286/98) and the initiatives of Project Joy, had the opportunity to escape their exploitation and undertake a work training program and receive job placement assistance.

“Sesso malato” (Sick Sex)

Directed by: Renato Pugina

Genre: documentario

Runtime: 35 minutes

Produced by: RSI Falò

Year of production: 2011

Synopsis: Although many believe that sexually transmitted diseases (such as syphilis, gonorrhea, human papilloma virus, chlamydia, and HIV/AIDS) have decreased in prevalence, international medical institutions report increases and even suggest a doubling within a few years. Young people, particularly girls will ultimately foot the bill for this increase. Why? This film investigates the reason for this resurgence of sexual diseases and what is being done to address them. In an investigation conducted across Italy, Switzerland and Ukraine, Falò has addressed this issue by collecting records from sick people, sex workers, physicians, and by following outreach workers who bring preventive health care to prostitutes and clients, handing out condoms and information leaflets every night. 

"The Work of the Tampep Association. Nigerian Cultural Mediation - Jennifer"

Director: Serena Medici

Genre: clip

Duration: 02.05

Year of production: 2021

Storyline:

For Tampep's 20-year anniversary, we open the doors of the association to give you a closer look at our daily work. 

Opening this column is Jennifer, our Nigerian cultural mediator, who talks about what intercultural mediation is and what it means to mediate between two people, two different cultures.

From her words we learn that the mediator is in the middle, sits in that gap of understanding between you and the otherə. The mediator is not an enemy, but is there to help you understand and express yourself in a different world.

The video is in English as it is addressed to and dedicated to the Nigerian community in Turin.

"The Work of the Tampep Association. Albanian Cultural Mediation - Jonida"

Director: Serena Medici

Genre: clip

Duration: 01.30

Year of production: 2021

Storyline:

For the 20-year anniversary of AssociazioneTampep we reopen the doors of the association to introduce you to our Albanian cultural mediator, Jonida, who talks about her work and the role of mediation.

Jonida works on the low-threshold service through street contact and the counter, orienting vulnerable and migrant people to social and health services in the area. Information on sexual health, prevention of sexually transmitted infections and the proper use of contraceptives is also provided through the counters.

Jonida tells us how, given the phenomenon of globalization that with migration flows has transformed Italian society, the figure of the mediator in recent years has become crucial, especially where there are language and cultural barriers.