"Pedro or Zdravko? - a collective identity of the quaranteens" tells the story of a workshop, organised with a lot of thought, love and passion.
The concept of collective identity, thinking hats and the connection between social media and COVID. A thought-provoking dialogue of quaranteens, baring the challenge of a world
Giulia e Ludovica: Possiamo farvi un ‘ intervista su Renzo Piasco? Pietro Sandro: Certo
Giulia e Ludovica: Ma è vero che la fredda ferocia tedesca e fascista per soffocare ogni briciolo di libertà volle spegnere con le bombe i ciCadini più animosi?
Sandro: Si è vero
Pietro: E F dirò di più fra
Il Santissimo Redentore è una chiesa situata in Via Gran paradiso a Val Melaina. La struttura presente tutt’ora è stata realizzata intorno agli anni settanta. Grazie al progetto degli architetti Ennio Canino e Viviana Rizzi. Durante la sera del 20 dicembre 1943 intorno alle 20:30 un camion si accostò di
Some dreams come true sooner than expected. Fate loves the brave and even if sometimes making things happen is a form of pure luck, we have to cling to it and squeeze it like a lemon into lemonade. We sweeten with a spoonful of sugar and enjoy life. It’s simple.
The collage contains photos from my participation in the ambassador school, which is part of the "Euroschool" project. It took place in 2019, when me and my classmates from different classes applied for the project. We had the opportunity to be in the shoes of the politicians sitting in the
Europe? What is it? What has it become? Who has had an influence? How do we perceive it? How do I perceive it? How did I stitch it? Yes. I stitch pieces of fabric one to the other to create what is now a unity – a kind of ‘patchwork
Following the Second World War, two fathers, one German and one French, meet for the first time in a long time. In the presence of their children, they discuss their dreams of creating a lasting friendship between peoples, and the importance of language learning to foster exchanges.
The video tells a good example of solidarity between ordinary citizens of Europe - in this particular case between Poles and Bulgarians. The case is part of the personal story of a university professor. It concerns the changes of 1989 in Bulgaria and the difficult years after that.