David Petrie on Italian Universities at Durham University School of Education

 

1st International Symposium on Native -Speakerism, Durham University, School of Education

Durham, UK, 28 April 2014

Roots and branches: the institutions of the European Union and the ghettoisation of native speakers in Italian universities. 

Reported in The Italian Insider 27 April 2014 .Comment: EU’s role in “Ghettoisation” of foreign lecturers in Italy

Also available here on PDF  DSC00201DSC00209DURHAM UNIVERSITY – PETRIE

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One Response to David Petrie on Italian Universities at Durham University School of Education

  1. Robert Coates says:

    I am one of the English language teachers that David Petrie talks about. In addition to the points he has mentioned, I am presently in the situation that I (with a salary of 1000 euros a month) have to pay the University of Brescia 35,000 euros for pension rights (TFR) first recognized and paid to me and then denied thanks to the Gelmini law. If this discrimination is not ended I will find myself literally bankrupt (including additional legal fees of approximately (25,000 euros) thanks to my British nationality, as well as with virtually no pension rights or means to support myself.

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