(ANSA) – FERRARA, 16 SEP – Two hundred guests from 30 countries, over 110 meetings and 10 workshops, 160 hours of programming: the program of Internazionale in Ferrara, the journalism festival organized by the weekly Internazionale and the Municipality of Ferrara, now in its 16th edition. From 30 September to 2 October events, debates, presentations, screenings, exhibitions and workshops with journalists from all over the world on the major issues of current affairs, economics, politics and culture: Italy in the aftermath of the elections; focus on the political world and the state of rights in Latin America, from Chile to Brazil; the new scenarios of the war in Ukraine; civil rights and activism, from abortion to the rights of LGBT + people, from the legalization of cannabis to citizenship; books, films and a lot of culture.
“At a time when war has broken out in the heart of Europe, our hope is that we can begin to work to reverse the trend – says Chiara Nielsen, deputy director of Internazionale and director of the Festival together with Luisa Ciffolilli – This is why this ‘year we wanted the festival to be dedicated precisely to reflecting and spreading cultures of peace “. Peace also in the Anna Keen logo, designed for the new edition: this time the famous stylized world stretches the thread of a rainbow-colored kite.
Ukraine will be told, among others, by the Russian journalist Tikhon Dzyadko, director of Dozhd TV channel, the latest independent Russian television station, and by the Ukrainian journalist specializing in conflict scenarios Nataliya Gumenyuk.
The post-political elections in Italy will be discussed in a focus with the British historian David Broder, the correspondents of foreign newspapers in Italy Eric Jozsef of Libération and Silvia Sciorilli Borrelli of the Financial Times. There will be a debate on civil rights and the voices of activists will be heard. (HANDLE).
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