Fidapa celebrates Europe Day: appointment on Tuesday, May 9

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In occasion of Europe Day on May 9, Senigallia's Fidapa BPW Italy renews its commitment to the promotion of European values among young people, and does so with a double appointment that will involve students and pupils of Senigallia schools.

The event, organized under the patronage of the Municipality of Senigallia, the City Council and AICCRE, will begin at 9:30am in the Catalan Gardens where the "Bench of Europe" was inaugurated last year. This year the bench will be further enhanced thanks to the "Europe seen by children" project, which involves pupils from the "Pascoli" primary school. They will be the protagonists of this moment during which they will present a paper that encompasses their thoughts and their idea of Europe. At 10:30am we will move to the “G. Orciari” of the municipality of Senigallia where the exhibition “The founding mothers of Europe” was set up for the occasion.

The theme of the meeting of the 2023 edition of Europe Day will be the figure of Simon Veil, a French magistrate and politician, and above all the first woman to become President of the European Parliament from 1979 to 1982. The speaker of the meeting will be Dr. Maria Pia Di Nonno, researcher in the history of Europe at the “La Sapienza” University of Rome and author of the book "The founding mothers of Europe".

The president Elena Viezzoli will bring greetings from Senigallia's Fidapa BPW Italy, while the mayor Massimo Olivetti and the president of the municipal council Massimo Bello will intervene for the municipality of Senigallia. In the board room, in addition to the Fidapa members who are responsible for the project for Europe Day Stefania Nardella, Giuliana Solfanelli, Camilla Giuliani, Beatrice Servadio, Tiziana Moroni and Giorgia Massaro, there will also be a representation of students from the comprehensive institutes "Marchetti ” and “Jacomelli”.

Questo è un articolo pubblicato il 08-05-2023 alle 10:37 sul giornale del 09 maggio 2023 - 74 letture