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Operazione Risorgimento Digitale and 42 Roma Luiss together to train talents in innovation

Through Operazione Risorgimento Digitale, TIM is launching its partnership with 42 Roma Luiss - a free programming school with no age limits or qualification requirements - to promote the spread of digital skills

04/29/2021 - 11:38 AM

To cultivate innovation talent to train the professionals who will lead Italy’s digital transformation. This is the aim of the partnership between ‘Operazione Risorgimento Digitale’, the great alliance for the spread of digital culture backed by TIM and over 40 partners, and 42 Roma Luiss – the revolutionary programming school which enables students to develop the skills needed to compete at international level, including through the experience of professionals and businesses.

Based on the French École42 model, the school has no age limits or qualification requirements, but instead asks only for commitment and a passion for computer programming or “coding”. The learning path is innovative and self-directed: it is based on a mutual exchange of skills among the students, and a great deal of practice.

The campus is in Rome in the innovation hub ‘The Hub - LVenture Group’ in via Marsala 29H, which is open 24/7.

Operazione Risorgimento Digitale will actively participate in the 42 Roma Luiss training programme, making the full experience of TIM’s network of experts and project partners available to students. The programme also provides meetings and training workshops on digital skills to face the challenges of innovation. Moreover, it also gives students the possibility of doing internships and project work to bring them closer to the world of work.


We see this partnership as an important test-bed for the development of digital skills in Italy. It is a new tool that enables us to connect various knowledge and experiences through collaboration also with the business community”, said Luigi Gubitosi, TIM’s CEO. “Thanks to this initiative, together with 42 Roma Luiss, we will accelerate the growth of innovation talents, encouraging the spread and sharing of skills in the community”.

“With the opening of 42, Luiss has brought a revolutionary educational model to Italy. A full immersion into the world of coding, free from hierarchies and geared towards peer-to-peer and learning-by-doing approaches, mutual exchange, and plenty of practice. Since last January, 42 Roma Luiss has offered 150 young people the opportunity to equip themselves – free of charge – with the digital skills needed to contribute towards Italy’s technological transformation.
Having Operazione Risorgimento Digitale on board as a strategic partner in this great project will ensure our students have the chance to broaden their study path with new professional experiences
”, said Giovanni Lo Storto, Director General of Luiss Guido Carli University.


Operazione Risorgimento Digitale 

This is the great alliance promoted by TIM and more than 40 partners of excellence to close the country’s cultural digital divide. The project is in collaboration with the European Commission and endorses the Manifesto for the Digital Republic promoted by the Ministry for Innovation. As part of the project important memorandums of understanding have been signed with the Ministries for Public Administration, Education and Justice. The initiative also collaborates with the State Police, is sponsored by ANCI, the Federation of Confindustria Digitale, and is partnered with CENSIS, Treccani, Fondazione Mondo Digitale, WeSchool, ItaliaCamp, JA Italia, Gruppo Maggioli, Telefono Azzurro. The project promoted by TIM has been joined by excellent partners such as Accenture, Adobe, Artur D. Little, BCG (Boston Consulting Group), Cisco, Dell, Engineering, Ericsson, Generation (Mckinsey), Google, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Huawei, Lenovo, Manpower, Nokia, NTT DATA, Oppo, PWC (PricewaterhouseCoopers), Qualcomm, Reply, Samsung, SAP, SWG, Xiaomi, ZTE, Coopculture, RDS, Gruppo Editoriale La Scuola SEI as well as INWIT and Olivetti. The initiative has gained the support of trade associations, the voluntary sector and key stakeholders in the field of social innovation.

42 Roma Luiss

This is the new coding school for digital talents which, last January, opened its doors to 150 students aged over 18. Required profile: passion for computer programming and a willingness to get involved in an innovative and challenging course. Founded in Paris under the name ‘École42’, now present in more than 23 cities around the world, 42 Roma Luiss aims to train a new generation of young innovators to lead the country’s digital transition. This new educational model was pioneered in Italy by Luiss Guido Carli University. 


Rome, 29 April 2021


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