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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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The Fondazione Mediterraneo - which has had its headquarters in the city of Marrakech since 2002 - supports the ocher city designated African Capital of Culture 2020: a showcase for today's urban Africa, to promote the diversity of African cultural expressions.
In 2020, Marrakech, this millennial city twice listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, first through its medina since 1985, but also Jamaa Lafna Square as an intangible heritage in 2001, will bring the colors of African culture.
World famous tourist destination, Marrakech has an important tourist-cultural value capable of hosting international events of absolute importance.
The human capital of the city and the habit of multiculturalism allow Marrakech to launch a pilot edition of African capitals of culture, through the creation of the organizing committee of Marrakech 2020.
The African capitals of culture, which will be launched for the first time, is considered an important event, anchored and piloted in Africa and spread internationally. It is an initiative that coordinates and enhances the skills, know-how and abilities in the continent and in the diaspora that make up Africa today and shape the world of tomorrow.
The Museum of Peace  - MAMT will host the most significant moments throughout the year 2020
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President Michele Capasso and the members of the international committee of the Fondazione Mediterraneo express their condolences for the death of the Sultan of Oman Qaboos bin Said al Said.
After recalling the friendship with the sultanate and the collaboration in numerous peace and cooperation initiatives, President Capasso has traced the profile of Sultan Qaboos who died at 79 years after a long illness and remained in office for half a century.
“The longest-lived Arab leader will be remembered as a skilled mediator in regional conflicts - underlined President Capasso - much loved at home even if he concentrated on himself all the powers of a pivotal country between the Arab world and the Indian subcontinent. We wish his successor, 65-year-old cousin Haytham ben Tareq, good luck. We appreciated - concludes President Capasso - how in his inauguration speech the new Sultan assured that he intends to govern in the sign of continuity, respecting the principle of non-interference in the affairs of neighboring countries".
President Capasso recalled the visit of Sultan Qaboos to Naples and that of various Omani ministers to the headquarters of the Foundation
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The Fondazione Mediterraneo participated in the "International Conference on e-education, e-business, e-management and e-learning" organized by IRES and aimed at presenting the ongoing research in that area.
"The objective of the conference - commented President Michele Capasso - is that scientists, scholars, engineers and students from universities around the world and industry present ongoing research and therefore promote research relations between universities and industry . This conference offers delegates the opportunity to exchange new ideas and application experiences face to face, establish commercial or research relationships and find global partners for future collaborations. "
The conference was organized by the Institute of Research Engineers and Scientists (IRES) and offered a large number of participants the opportunity to listen to speakers and experts from various countries.
Previously, IRES had lectured in London, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Jakarta, Bali, Batam, Bangkok, Pattaya, Phuket, Manila, Hong Kong, China, Johannesburg, Phnom Penh, Abu Dhabi and Dubai.

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