Lecturer Set to Win Fight With Italy

A Scottish lecturer is poised to win a 15-year legal battle to improve the rights of foreigners working in Italy, which could result in a multi-million dollar fine for the country’s government. The European Commission is expected to shortly announce financial sanctions against the Italian government for discriminating against non-Italian foreign-language lecturers working in its universities. It will impose the fines unless it agrees to comply with EU laws that guarantee university staff from other member states the same employment rights and conditions as those enjoyed by Italian colleagues. If Italian authorities do not back down, it would be only […]
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