Congratulations. In Italy, every three days a woman is killed by a man who says he loves her. A report on a tragic reality that is not exclusive to Mediterranean culture. Babelmed
The last female miner of Sulcis
Inverting the perspective, Dal Profondo (From the depths) presents some sort of an other way around narration of the myth of Paltonic cave. With slow, dark framings, rarefied and essential dialogues director Valentina Pedicini depicts the “underworld” with such symbolic and emotional density that makes the reality on the surface appear uninteresting, artificial and superfluous. Babelmed
2016: The black jubilee for the Gypsy
The July 21 Association launched an international appeal called #PeccatoCapitale (cardinal sin) to ask the City of Rome for a moratorium on forced evictions of informal settlements in the city. The operations have tripled since Pope Bergoglio announced the Extraordinary Holy Year.
Rom of Rome
50 percent of the approximately 180 thousand Roma and Sinti in Italy have Italian citizenship, 4 out of 5 live in normal houses and many work in regular jobs.40 thousand live in poor housing conditions. The investigation of Babelmed in Rome, where about 9 thousand people live in inadequate housing according to the international standards of safety, peace and dignity.
The Sinti of Prato welcome refugees
"We have always fought for equality, to combat xenophobia and for the right to a dignified life for all. As citizens of Italy and Prato (which we are), as Europeans and as Sinti, we can not continue to look with indifference to what is happening", says the president of the comunity, Ernesto Grandini.
Sar San 2.0: A living library to dismantle prejudices
The ABCittà cooperative and the 21 Luglio Association organize workshops and seminars in Rome to create a living library dedicated to Rom men and women. As "human books", these persons open themselves to readers to dismantle the most common stereotypes that over the years have contributed to their marginalization and stigmatization.
The new “Brothers of Italy”
Alin, Masha and Nader live in the outskirts of Rome. They have different stories, aspirations, fears and the usual difficulty of being adolescents of foreign origin in a country that refuses its cultural diversity. Claudio Giovannesi deals with all this in his new documentary.
Civil society and cultural heritage in the Mediterranean, Palermo
The EH 4 Regional Conference entitled, “Civil society and cultural heritage in the Mediterranean” organised in the framework of the Euromed Heritage Programme funded by the European Union, will take place on the 24 and 25th February 2010 in Palermo, Italy.
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