Apurimac for Peru The association based in Rome that deals with supporting the work and projects for social purposes of Augustinian missionaries in the remote region of Apurimac, in central and southern Peru.
Cesvi Association One of the most important Italian non-governmental associations that from Bergamo deals with dozens of humanitarian projects in almost the whole world. With Cesvi I have collaborated in India, Bosnia and Venezuela.
Birimbao for Africa It is based in Lainate (Mi) and Varese and takes care of helping children wherever they are. Projects in Ethiopia, Cape Verde and Madagascar.
Perugia International Journalism Festival One of the most important events in Italy for those who love this mestriere, for those who want to learn it, for those who are simply curious to understand how information works. Five days face to face with the protagonists of the Italian and foreign media, to listen, discuss, reflect.
Luchetta Foundation for children victims of war In Trieste 16 years ago a group of people decided to create a stable structure to coordinate the “transfers of hope” for sick or wounded children in war zones to some Italian hospitals. It ensures hospitality, even if temporary, in a house of first welcome for these little sick people of the world and for their families. It is the Luchetta Ota D’angelo Hrovatin foundation born in memory of the four information workers who died during their work in telling distant conflicts.
Francesco Fossa photographer The site of a friend with a passion for real journalism and photography. His images tell a world but above all make you dream.
Kairos Onlus Italian-Argentine association based in Milan that deals with various projects in the South American country, in particular to help street children, the Indians of the Andes and those of the jungle.
Margareta Riccoboni photographer The site of a photographer friend, Margareta Riccoboni, with a particular sensitivity. His photos are striking for the light, the contrasts, the inner strength.
Médecins Sans Frontières They are often the only ones who remain when other organizations leave the field for security reasons. They are volunteer doctors and nurses who risk their lives to bring relief, treat the wounded, assist the sick wherever there is need. They are present in 70 countries of the world, in those forgotten crises that no one talks about.
Ilaria Alpi Award One of the most prestigious awards for Italian television journalism. The Ilaria Alpi Award, born in Riccione in 1995 on the initiative of the Ilaria Alpi-Comunità Aperta Association, is dedicated to the Rai correspondent murdered in Somalia in 1994 together with the video operator Miran Hrovatin. The Award aims to enhance television investigation and journalism done with courage, investigative scruple, intellectual honesty and dignity.
Reportage Atri Festival Reportage. Images, words, stories: events, exhibitions, meetings in the city of Atri, in the province of Teramo. The theme of the reportage is treated, deepened and illustrated in all its forms: from photography to radio, from printed paper to video. An all-round approach to focus in an unusual and engaging way, the profession of the reporter through the comparison between the different international realities.
Sergio Lepri, a great master The site of one of the greats of Italian journalism, full of materials to reflect on the profession, its ethics, its history. It is full of teachings on how to write well and in a simple way. Something far from easy and increasingly forgotten in today’s fastfood journalism. A small refuge at the home of a master where to return every time you look for a stimulus to improve.