Raising awareness and action-based research

  • Awareness campaigns targeting young people and civil society on issues related to citizenship and immigration, gender and the phenomenon of human trafficking 

  • Training volunteers and professionals in the public and private sectors on methodologies and techniques for helping victims of violence and exploitation

  • Research on complex social phenomena linked to various forms of marginalization and hardship

  • Partnership in local, national and transnational projects on issues related to the association's commitments

Prevention services and social integration activities

  • Drop-in center: provides direct access to listening, guidance and support services (no appointment necessary)

  • Legal advice help desk

  • Social and cultural-linguistic mediation

  • Accompanying clients to local health care services and other appointments

  • Street unit: outreach that involces face-to-face contact with sex workers in areas of known prostitution, we provide information and assistance on topics like health and violence

  • Provision of semi-autonomous housing for people in need signaled to us by the local social services network

Activies to protect victims of human trafficking

  • Monitoring the phenomenon of human trafficking in the Piedmont region

  • Managing support and social integration programs for victims of human trafficking and exploitation (Tampep is accredited by the Second Chamber of the  Registry of Associations and Bodies Performing Activities in favour of Immigrants / Associations with Assistance Programs and Social Protection for Victims of  Trafficking and Serious Exploitation)

  • Provision of semi-autonomous housing for victims of human trafficking

RIRVA Network info point

Since 2012, the Tampep Association has participated in the Italian Network for Assisted Voluntary Return (AVR) as an official information point. The goal is to provide information to a National Information System on the voluntary return of migrants and their reintegration in their countries of origin, as well as to promote a wider awareness and recourse to the AVR system as a whole.

 

By virtue of this membership, the Association carries out the following actions: 

  • Supporting the reinforcement of the local network, participating in coordination activities sponsored by the national network

  • Locally promoting opportunities for AVR, addressing migrants as well as and public and private organizations working on immigration

  • Offering guidance and support for migrants interested in the opportunities offered by AVR projects, filling out application forms and reporting cases to the organizations in charge

Our projects