From Italy with Litigation: An Interview With David Petrie

by Michael P. Gerace David Petrie, who is a 50-year-old lecturer at the University of Verona and Chair of ALLSI (which, in English, is the Association of Foreign Language Lecturers in Italy), has been on a long crusade for the rights of foreign lecturers in Italy. Petrie has been lobbying the European Parliament over practices of the Italian State since 1992. Discrimination by the Italian State against foreign lecturers (known as lettori) employed in Italian Universities by offering them different contracts than Italian teaching staff was deemed illegal by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in 1989 and 1993. The […]
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