The national event takes place on Monday 27th November from 10.30 to 12 pm at Teatro Nuovo di Torino in Corso Massimo D'Azeglio 17.
27th November is the date of the meeting organised as part of a wide-ranging programme to fight underage educational poverty. ACRI foundations have actively been participating in it since April 2016 when a Protocol of Agreement was signed with the Government to set up the " Fund to fight against underage educational poverty. "
The intervention covers the whole country and supports initiatives aimed at contrasting the economic, social and cultural barriers that prevent minors taking full advantage of educational processes.
Targeting an audience of young people aged 14 to 18, the event is structured as a forum to facilitate dialogue with the students of Piedmont schools. It focuses on teenagers by talking about and sharing experiences, and discussing how the limits set by unfavourable conditions can sometimes turn into opportunities.
The national event #ConiBambini – A whole different story takes place on Monday 27th November from 10.30 to 12 pm at the Teatro Nuovo di Torino in Corso Massimo D'Azeglio, 17.
The students, led by Celeste Savino (Rai Gulp), talk with:
Oney Tapia (Paralympic Champion Rio 2016); Maria (student at the Turin Politecnico); Giampaolo Anastasi (President of the Italian Parkour Association); Ivana (student of International Human Rights at the University of Turin); Loredana Errore (singer); Esa (Director of the Pequenas Huellas Orchestra in Turin); Gigi Mastrangelo (World Volleyball Champion); Alessandro (graduating in motor science at the University of Turin)
The meeting on 27th November marks the start of a series of great events involving the main cities in Italy.