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  • IJF19

    International Journalism Festival will be held in Perugia, Italy from 3 to 7 April 2019. More than 650 speakers – of whom 49% are women – will take part in about 280 sessions. Each session will be live-streamed, with the on-demand video available on the festival website immediately afterwards. Simultaneous translation in English-Italian will be provided for about 55 sessions. All festival sessions will be free entry for all attendees, without any need for registration. The festival programme is the result of the input of many different individuals, organisations, institutions and media companies. The festival is completely free of charge: free entry for all attendees for all sessions on a first-come-first-served basis.

  • World Water Day, March 22

    Sustainable Development Goal 6 is crystal clear: water for all by 2030. By definition, this means leaving no one behind. But today, billions of people are still living without safe water – their households, schools, workplaces, farms and factories struggling to survive and thrive.

    Marginalized groups – women, children, refugees, indigenous peoples, disabled people and many others – are often overlooked, and sometimes face discrimination, as they try to access and manage the safe water they need.

    This World Water Day, 22nd March, is about tackling the water crisis by addressing the reasons why so many people are being left behind.

    More info https://www.worldwaterday.org/

  • AgTech Africa: 9 – 11 April 2019, Mövenpick Hotel & Residences Nairobi, Kenya

    Technology and digitalisation are powering agriculture like never before. The first AgTech Africa will address implementations in the farm, field and supply chain, and showcase use cases from investors, agribusiness companies, plantation owners, startups and innovative technology developers. This event will focus on the hottest emerging concepts of AgTech, and how their uses in agriculture are changing the game. Covering the full spectrum of agricultural commodities, the programme will help you to assess the potential for your business, evaluate partnerships and learn from peers.  

     

  • LAND&COAST: IACACT TAKES ACTION AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE

    The "LAND & COAST" is the new IACACT environmental project: L&C intends to carry out  activities related to ecology in order to raise awareness among young people and general audience. L&C aims to develop activities (educational, informative, recreational and communicative) on topics linked to climate change such like incorrect waste disposal, deforestation, pollution and much more. In depth L&C will develop with schools, Institutions, private sector and nonprofits:
     
    1. Question time: students will meet the representatives of the institutions, private world, associations and will address on sustainable development topics;
    2. School competition: students will create their own campaign on how to prevent climate change and IACACT will award the three best projects;
    3. Ecodays: IACACT will organize together with its partners eco-initiatives to plant and clean local areas;
    4. Awareness sustainable campaign;
    5. CSR. IACACT will organize 3 meetings with the world of entrepreneurship regarding CSR.
    The pilot project will start in March 2019 and it has the objective of creating educational initiatives on the theme of ecology on an annual basis, in order to reduce the impact of the community on the territory, promoting knowledge on environmental problems and spread good ecological practices.
  • Women, Water & Rivers. Kathmandu, Nepal. March 6th - 10th 2019

    This year’s Day of Action for Rivers theme is in celebration of the role of women in protecting and managing our rivers. Women are often the primary users of water in their households and communities. Tasked with securing, maintaining, and using water resources in agriculture, fisheries, forest and land management, women sustain life through their relationships to water. Despite this, women are far less represented in decisions about how water and rivers are managed and developed. Deep inequalities persist, with men holding a majority of the decision making power and influence.



    International Rivers is working to ignite and promote a global movement of women water leaders. This movement will come together for the first time at the Women and Rivers Congress, on March 6th - 10th.
     
    More info at www.womenandrivers.com
  • Aidex 2018

  • #forzaecoraggiochallenge

    L’associazione Giacomo Sintini infatti con i suoi consueti appuntamenti dedicati alla pratica sportiva, s’inizia domenica 9 settembre con la #forzaecoraggiochallenge: la partenza della gara podistica è prevista per le 10:00 e, dopo la premiazione, partirà la camminata e lungo il percorso intorno allo store Decathlon sarà possibile assaporare le delizie culinarie della nostra terra, tutto rigorosamente all’insegna del benessere fisico e mentale. Oltre ai giochi per i bambini ci saranno delle aree per fare pic-nic e godersi il cibo che sarà offerto ai partecipanti. Ci saranno premi e sorprese per i bambini e per gli animali. 

    I bambini saranno premiati con un riconoscimento dell’Unicef e potranno anche partecipare ad un corsa campestre, lo stesso per gli amici a quattro zampe che potranno prendere parte a tutte le attività, compresa la gara podistica insieme al padrone. 

  • STOP & GO (20-22 settembre, Parco Chico Mendez, Perugia)

    L’Associazione Progetto Donna e ActionAid, sezione Perugia, Associazione culturale CiaoRino presentano : STOP & GO  (Insieme per il parco)

    Il nostro progetto nasce come collaborazione tra varie associazioni del territorio umbro che, con il proprio lavoro, svolgono un importante ruolo di sensibilizzazione e cambiamento sociale e culturale.

    Progetto Donna, in particolare, lavora da tre anni, nella prevenzione delle discriminazioni e violenza e nel supporto psicologico e giuridico delle vittime di ogni ingiustizia.

    Questo progetto nasce in seguito alla trasformazione dei luoghi in terrae nullius, in cui i cittadini hanno difficoltà a trovare un’appartenenza identitaria, pur rivendicando a gran voce il desiderio di riappropriazione di quegli spazi e luoghi una volta legati a doppio filo alla città e ai cittadini stessi. Le Associazioni vogliono, dunque,