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Com.It.Es SA Meeting Documents

 

 

 

 

 

 

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New-Arrivals Information

Prima Fermata South Australia click here


Com.It.Es South Australia Youth Language Report

 

Being and becoming an Italian: the perspective of young people – a pilot study

This project commissioned by Com.It.Es. South Australia and conducted by The Research Centre for Languages and Cultures at the University of South Australia with the collaboration of the Italian Consulate in Adelaide, the Dante Alighieri Society, and SAATI

The small scale pilot study Being and becoming an Italian: the perspective of young people‘ analyses the perceptions of young people aged 9-18 on the Italian language and culture in South Australia. Clink below to download the full report.

Com.It.Es South Australia Community Engagement Report

 

Com.It.Es South Australia Community Engagement Report – “Understanding the Past, Present and Future!”

This project commissioned by Com.It.Es. South Australia was conducted over a 3-year period between 2016 and 2019 with the Com.It.Es committee meeting personally with various associations and organization’s of the Italian community.

Com.It.Es. South Australia undertook the “Club Project” to understand the past, present and future role of Italian associations, clubs and welfare bodies in South Australia. Having an understanding of the current and future positioning of these institutions is particularly important especially in the context of the generational change of the current Italo-Australian society.

In the past associations and clubs were places where Italian people from particular regions and towns could gather together and participate in social and sometimes cultural activities. However, with over of time there has been a generational change which has affected the roles that these organisations play in the contemporary Italo-Australian society. Second and third generations Italians are fully integrated into the Australian society and do not identify with associations and clubs. This means that maintaining the regional and cultural values of associations and clubs as well as their identities is problematic in the current society. In other words, the future of these organisations is unclear.Therefore, Com.It.Es. South Australia decided to undertake a small-scale investigation to consider this issue.

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Consulate of Italy in SA - Information & Services

Consolato d’Italia – Consulate of Italy in South Australia

  • Office: 215 Port Road, Hindmarsh SA 5007
  • Tel: 08 8337 0777
  • Web: www.consadelaide.esteri.it
  • Consul: Dott Adriano Stendardo

 

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CGIE & Italian Members of Parliament

Italian Representatives of Australia

  • CGIE-Consiglio Generale degli Italiani all ’Estero (Council General of Italians Abroad)
    Franco Papandrea (ACT)
    e: papandrea.cgieaus@gmail.com
  • Camera dei Deputati
    Nicola Care’ (NSW)
    care_n@camera.it
Com.It.Es SA Internal Regulations And Procedures

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Patronati in South Australia

Patronato INAS-CISL

Patronato INCA-CGIL

  • Shop 6, 115 Findon Road, Woodville South 5011
  • (08) 8243 2312    
  • adelaide.australia@inca.it

Patronato ITAL-UIL

  • Lucrezia Ranieri
    84 Payneham Road, Stepney 5069
    (08) 8362 0321
    Ital-uil.sa@bigpond.com
Com.It.Es SA Updated Contact Form

 

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