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In Rome, unaccompanied foreign minors spend days in police stations, sometimes with covid. The municipalities rings the alarm: "There are no more places". Italy fails to implement the Convention on the Rights of the Child, but the government points the finger at the Zampa law and "false minors". Read more about this problem via the blue button under this post.

In another police station, a kid with the Covid-19 virus, was obligated to sleep in a station as well. Watch the interview with the Italian Ignazio Craparotta, from the SIULP (Italian Unitary Union of Police Workers) regional secretary, here

 

Angela Gennaro
Angela Gennaro
Cecilia Ferrara
Cecilia Ferrara

Language: Italian

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