28 Years & Counting: Foreign-Language Lecturers Versus Italy

by Henry Rodgers When I emigrated from Ireland to Italy in 1988 I had no inkling that I would become involved in a marathon campaign to end discrimination against foreign language lecturers in Italian universities. That I would return some years later to address and persuade the Irish parliament to press for the prosecution of Italy for its second class treatment of myself and my 1,500 colleagues was something I never foresaw when I was leaving. While I was aware of the roles of the European Court of Justice and the European Parliament within the overall European Union framework, I […]
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