Complete list of events

Today an intense day of debate ends at the Fondazione Mediterraneo to take stock of what is happening in Turkey and, especially, to the Kurds.
We listened to many members of the International Committee and connected with Turkish and Kurdish intellectuals to learn about their thinking.
The result is discouraging: the main defendant at the global level is a political and government class unprepared, slovenly, devoted to miserable special interests and unaware of the Common Good and the Value of Life and Human Dignity.
"As women we are determined to fight until we achieve the victory of peace, freedom and justice": this is how Kurdish women in a book turn to the world, as they assist the advance of Turkish troops in their territory and try to stop them. They demand that the international community act to put an end to the "invasion and occupation of Turkey in northern Syria". They do this with a letter entitled "To all the women and peoples of the world who love freedom".
It is the testimony of the situation that is faced today by the Kurds who live in northern Syria, since the territory where they live is hostage to the offensive of Turkey.
The text reads:
"We are writing to you in the midst of the war in Northeast Syria, forced by the Turkish state into our native land. We have been resisting for three days under the bombing of fighter planes and Turkish tanks. We have witnessed how mothers in their neighborhoods are targeted by bombing when they leave home to get bread for their families. We saw how the explosion of a NATO grenade tore Sara's seven-year-old leg to shreds, and killed her brother Mohammed by twelve."

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The MECA Group, in collaboration with the Tourism Secretariat of the Government of Campeche, Puerto Vallarta, Caribe Mexicano and the Fondazione Mediterraneo, held a seminar on Mexico divided into 3 parts:

  1. Mexico City, the pre-Columbian era and the Mayan Riviera.
  2. Colonial Mexico, Puerto Vallarta and the Nayarit Riviera.
  3. Barranca del Cobre and Baja California

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The Museum of Peace - MAMT celebrates the day dedicated to St. Francis of Assisi, Patron Saint of Italy.
Videos, documents and testimonies welcomed the many visitors who wanted to witness the affection and faith in the Saint who made humility and dialogue the fundamental pillars of his life and an example for all.
On the ground floor of the Museum many young people attend Holy Mass in honor of the Saint of Assisi
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