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the second meeting
the law of the state the law of the heart
The shadow of Antigone
This third meeting is based on the Institutional violence that migrant and refugee youth have to face in the countries where they arrive.
Sovint Cultura y Desarrollo, Fractals Educación Artística and Educational Innovation travel from Spain and Greece to Lecce, Italy.
Fondazione Emmanuel organized, together with their 40th anniversary, a big event. Politicians, journalists, and activists from the country worked together sharing and analyzing inciatives where organized people had to be active and answer for the human right's even if the policies were against it.
The repport from that workshop is available in their webpage.
professor of Comparative Constitutional Law and Climate Law at the
University of Salento.Former coordinator of the International PHD in Comparative Legal,
Political and Social Systems at the University of Lecce, he was the European referent of the Euro-American Constituent Circle and First President of the Italian Section of the American Institute of Constitutional Law.
Postdoctoral Researcher at
ISTAT and was a professor of Sociology of migration processes at the University of Salento. He
collaborates with the International Center of Interdisciplinary Studies on Migrations (I.C.I.S.MI.)
Freelance journalist and expert of the Middle East and North Africa.She was the only Italian journalist based in Libya since the end of the Revolution and covered the civil war in the country. Specialized in migration but also traffickers’.
Regional councilor in the 2020 Emilia-Romagna’s In 2016 she was appointed rapporteur for the Socialist and Democratic group on the reform of the
Dublin Regulation and after a long and delicate negotiation, in November 2017, a large majority of
the European Parliament approved the cancellation of the criterion of the “first country of entry”
to replace it with an automatic and permanent relocation mechanism for asylum seekers, which,
on the one hand, enhances the significant ties of asylum seekers and, on the other hand, obliges
all European States to do their part on reception.
Fulvio Vassallo Paleologo
Ya lawyer, member of the College of the PHD in Human rights:
evolution, protection, limits at the Department of “Legal Sciences” of the University of Palermo. He
is a member of the Legal Clinic for Human Rights (CLEDU) of the University of Palermo. He actively
works in the defense of migrants and asylum seekers, in collaboration with several NGOs.
He is part of the European assistance, research and information network “Migreurop” and is part
of the “LasciateCientrare”campaign.ola)
For this meeting, Fondazione Emmanuel shared their projects with youth migrant people, such as Sartoria Casa Francesco.
A project where migrant people sew together their stories into wonderful recyclated clothes and bags.
We also visited their home, the wood workshop and restoration workshop from the Foundation.
Situation of refugees in Italy
Migrant youth from Casa Francesco, intercultural mediators and users made us clear that the most important tool of inclusion for them was the communication.
In the meeting with them we all arrived to the conclusion that Inclusion in european countries is always focused on migrant people to be adapted and not on the society to be prepared, leaving most of the work to people in vulnerable situation.