FEDERATION ANNA LINDH ITALIA - ONLUS

The Federazione Anna Lindh Italia, not-for-profit, shares the aims of the Anna Lindh Foundation: created in 2004 by the European Commission together with the 42 Euro-Mediterranean countries.
The Federation's objective is to promote, support and implement the cultural and social interaction between Italy and the Euro-Mediterranean countries in various fields of action including: art, architecture, archaeology, environment, crafts, youth, women, human rights, migrants, crafts, employment, training, education, education, childhood, sports, interreligious dialogue, legality, music, food culture, empowerment, tradition, tourism, social solidarity, exchanges.
In particular, the Federation intends to implement initiatives in favour of young people, especially aimed at restoring their hope and confidence through the promotion of the "true",the "beautiful" and the "good”

On the occasion of the Feast dedicated to San Giovanni Bosco, numerous initiatives were held at the Museum of Peace: meetings of young people, visits to the emotional itineraries dedicated to Don Bosco, common prayers in the Chapel with the relics of Don Bosco and Mother Mazzarello.
On this occasion, a celebration of Holy Mass was officiated with a moment of prayer and reflection on the work of Don Bosco for young people
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Roberta Santaniello, director of the Campania Region and vice-president of the Campania Regional Assembly of the Democratic Party, signed the appeal of the Mediterranean Foundation for "THE ACTRESSED WOMEN OF THE DIALOGUE" titled "KĪMIYYA".
The program is designed and implemented by the Mediterranean Foundation, in collaboration with 12 national networks of the «Anna Lindh Foundation» (Albania, Algeria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Spain France, Italy, Malta, Mauritania, Czech Republic, Lithuania, Slovenia, Tunisia) and with the main international institutions (UN, European Parliament, Council of Europe, etc.).
WOMAN is the main "promoter" of links between civil societies: by supporting her training, education and access to new tools and new digital technologies, it will be possible to facilitate the implementation of intercultural dialogue in the Euro Mediterranean region and reduce migration and the causes of conflicts.
The name KĪMIYYA was chosen because in the ancient Mediterranean languages ​​(Amharic, Arabic, Greek and other languages) it means "to embrace", "to merge", "to reunite together", "to share", "to amalgamate".
809 are the first signatory women in the world to date, including Nobel laureates, women with government responsibilities, women of culture and science and so on for a long list to which today is added the name of Roberta Santaniello
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Like every year, the Museum of Peace held various events with school students and various groups of visitors on the occasion of the "Memorial Day".
In the Sala Israel - inaugurated by Shimon Peres - various videos were projected, some unpublished, too, on the Shoah and on the deportation of Jews to the various concentration camps.
Emotion and participation in particular by looking at the testimonies of Andra and Tatiana Bucci on the occasion of their visit to the Peace Museum. Their story is moving: daughters of a Jewish mother, in 1944 - when they were only 6 and 4 years old - they were deported to Auschwitz and survived.
Today Tatiana lives in Brussels, while Andra between the United States and Europe.
On this occasion, the book "Storia di Sergio" by Alessandra Viola, Andra Bucci and Tatiana Bucci was presented: the story of their Neapolitan cousin who died in concentration camps
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The Fondazione Mediterraneo and the Federazione Anna Lindh Italia have signed the "Manifesto of Assisi" among the first and participated in the meeting in Assisi in the Papal Hall of the Sacred Convent.
Among the interventions those of the Prime Minister, Giuseppe Conte, of the Minister of University and Research, Gaetano Manfredi and of the President of the European Parliament, David Sassoli. Among the promoters of the Manifesto are the president of the Symbola Foundation, Ermete Realacci, the Custos of the Sacred Convent of Assisi, father Mauro Gambetti, the director of San Francesco magazine, father Enzo Fortunato, the president of Coldiretti, Ettore Prandini, that of Confindustria , Vincenzo Boccia, the CEO of Enel, Francesco Starace, and of Novamont, Catia Bastioli as well as the president of the Mediterranean Foundation, Michele Capasso.
"This manifesto, which then outlines a before and after for environmental policies in Italy, could not fail to start from Umbria because it is the result of the green awareness that both Assisi and this region have" said the director of the press room of the Sacro Convento, father Enzo Fortunato.
Umbria, for President Donatella Tesei, "represents a region where, by tackling these concepts, we can move from words to deeds".
January 24 in Assisi is for Realacci an appointment on the environment "stronger than that of the Davos World Economic Forum" because, he explained, "the Assisi Manifesto is a new and very Italian alliance that weaves a network between the economy, culture and research with the contribution of the best technological, institutional, political, social, cultural energies of the country ".
President Michele Capasso, on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the Fondazione Mediterraneo which coincides with today's day, underlined the importance of moving from a "system of measures" to a "system of values" in which "it is absolutely essential to build an economy and a more human-sized society capable of courageously facing the climate crisis, thanks to a new alliance between institutions, the economic world, politics, society and culture"
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