TSUNAMI

About Us

Judgments on how social policies work are often based on sensations and anecdotic evidence about their effectiveness, while it is still quite infrequent that rigorous analyses provide results really answering to the question “does it work?”

The TSUNAMI project aims to provide solid evidence on the effectiveness of an active labour market policy targeted at unemployed with mental illness.  People participating in TSUNAMI are provided with a complex series of services, which last up to 11 months,  mainly based on job coaching and the activation of internships.

The main goal of the project is to understand if such a type of intervention is suitable as a means for improving the employment chances of the the people with mental illness.

Guidelines – Description of the action
Guidelines – Description of the action
March 22nd, 2017
This document describes what the project is supposed  to do, including rationale for the work, hypothesis used in deciding to undertake the project given the current situation of the interve
FINAL SEMINAR
FINAL SEMINAR
June 7th, 2019
To register for the final conference, please click here.
ROUND TABLE
ROUND TABLE
As part of the TSUNAMI project, the round table explored alternative approaches towards job integration of people with mental limitations. The first results of the experiment in Turin were p...