(ANSA) – BOLOGNA, NOVEMBER 24 – “Understanding that we are victims of violence when we are involved is not easy. But we who are around and see, have a duty not to look the other way. Women must be helped when they are still lives. Without half measures”. The writer Carlo Lucarelli, president of the Emilia-Romagna Foundation for crime victims, is the protagonist of ‘Senza half measures’, the new episode of the podcast ‘I’ll tell you about Emilia-Romagna’ which comes out on November 25, International against violence against women, and is available online on the Region portal and on the Spotify and Spreaker platforms.
The title of the episode takes up that of the theatrical show staged at the Storchi theater in Modena on 18 November precisely to tell the stories of the people helped by the Foundation. “Unfortunately – adds Lucarelli – there is still a lot of skepticism, those around often minimize and this leads the victims to be ashamed, not to ask for help. November 25th should be every day, and we must all do our part to resolve it slowly this serious problem”.
The episode also includes the testimony of Gessica Notaro, the entrepreneur from Rimini who in 2017 was the victim of the aggression of her ex-partner which caused her to lose sight in one eye. Committed to raising awareness against gender-based violence, she Notaro talks about the support received from the Foundation and the difficult path of liberation from violence. Finally, the voice of the parents of Elisa Bravi, the young woman killed by her husband on the night between 18 and 19 December 2019 in her home in Glorie di Bagnacavallo (Ravenna).
The complete version of ‘Senza Mezze Mezze’, Lucarelli’s show staged with the Farthan Choir at the Storchi theater in Modena, is available on the on-demand schedule of Lepida TV at the website: https://www.lepida.tv/video/ without-half-measures. (HANDLE).
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