Italy is one of Europe's main arrival points for migrants, but processing each asylum request can take up to two years. That's a long period of forced idleness for asylum seekers. In response, the Italian government has decided to spend €50 million over two years on professional training schemes for refugees and asylum seekers. Our correspondents report from Bologna, where the new arrivals are learning about cooking and fashion.
A programme prepared by Patrick Lovett, Gaëlle Esso and Florence Viala.
Chief Spokesperson, International Organization for Migrations (IOM)