By the end of the project in April 2022, we will upload two freely accessible research reports that will illustrate the main results of our research in an accessible way, to be used by activists and organisations all over Italy and Europe.
Our findings will also be published in academic journals and academic conferences. We believe that our work needs to be disseminated more widely, so we are taking steps to inform institutions, activists, NGOs, and any concerned citizens about what we find out during the project.
Researchers and NGOs will be able to download the anonymous data from our questionnaire, as well as GIS maps that we will create with the data to map the languages that are spoken by migrants in Rome and Emilia Romagna (and therefore, people’s linguistic needs).
In order to inform migrants about their rights in the COVID-19 vaccination and prevention campaign, we will distribute leaflets in Albanian, Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Hausa, Italian, Kiswahili, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Urdu, Wolof, Yoruba. The leaflets will contain information about resources that migrants can access to receive medical assistance and vaccinations in the context of the pandemic.
We aim to reach institutions in Italy and abroad, to raise their awareness of migrant needs in the context of the COVID-19 vaccination and prevention campaign. If you know of an institution or organization that may need to hear about this, let us know in the “Contact us” form!