Amarsi un po'

The Campaign Amarsi un po', produced by CILD, narrates the stories of ordinary people who are facing the pandemic still caring for others.


 

Macchina delle Parole

In Greve, Chianti, Eleonora, Elisa and Michele load their van with books, musical instruments, chairs, colors, imagination, and go out to visit and entertain the little ones forced at home by Covid-19. "We go to the children in isolation and quarantine to make them company and smile with our unique show of fairy tales, music and drawings'

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Published on Repubblica.it, Cosmopolitan.it


 

Doctor Luigi Cavanna

'Less people with Covid-19 will arrive at the hospitals, more beds will be available for other patients - oncological patients, for instance'. This is what motivated Luigi Cavanna, oncologist at the Piacenza hospital, to start visiting and treating Covid-19 patients at their own home.

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Published on Repubblica.it


 

Giallo Dozza Rugby

During the Pandemic, thinking of the oval ball helped out and gave back hope to the convicted of the Dozza Prison in Bologna. Stefano is the president and Fiorenzo the coach of the @giallodozza rugby team. "By playing rugby the prisoners have fun, socialize and learn to follow the rules, which is what they didn't do before and the reason why they are in jail; playing rugby is helping them become a better version of themselves.

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Published on Repubblica.it


 

Coloriage

Coloriage is a Rome based tailoring workshop that since the outbreak of Covid-19, produces and distributes masks for free while creating a space for inclusion and opportunities.

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Published on Repubblica.it


 

Moltivolti

During the lockdown, at Ballaro', a difficult neighborhood in Palermo, it became difficult for the most vulnerable people to get a warm meal.  'Moltivolti', a social enterprise that works to build a new egalitarian community, started preparing and distributing up to 150 meals daily.

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Published on Repubblica.it


 

Braccianti

Even during the most acute phase of the pandemic, the day labourers continued to work in the fields, ensuring consistent supply of food to our tables. Almost nothing changed in relation to their working conditions. Marco Omizzolo tells us their stories.

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Published on Repubblica.it


 

Binario 95

Binario 95 is an help center for homeless people active in Rome for many years. Alessandro, its founder, calls Binario 95 'the home of those who have no home'. During the pandemic, with the support of the San Gallicano hospital health professionals, Binario 95 made it possible to swab homeless people to guarantee them the right to health and safety.


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