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NEW BEGINNING FOR ‘CIVIL LIBERTIES’, A MAGAZINE ON IMMIGRATION
An extraordinary magazine which keeps its role as an Italian reference on immigration thanks to accurate data, facts and documents: that is the Civil liberties, according to the Interior Minister Marco Minniti, who spoke on the occasion of the resumption of the publication of the bimonthly. Among topics addressed in the first issue of the new version of the magazine, the agreement between Rome and Tripoli on migrants as well as another one which will be applied by Islamic communities of Italy.
POPE FRANCIS TO THE MEDIA: NO MORE NEGATIVE STEREOTYPES ON MIGRANTS
That’s enough with “negative stereotypes” on immigrants: that’s the core of a warning to newsmen Pope Francis entrusted to the magazine ‘Civil Liberties’. The Pontiff argued that the media often use words incorrectly, for example regarding “clandestine” as a synonymous with “immigrant”. Pope Francis denounced the risks of sensationalism, as a result of which “good news” are often ignored in favour of killings or crimes that are regarded as more likely to capture the audience.
MIGRANTS. A G7 SUMMIT WITH TRANSIT COUNTRIES IN ROME IN JULY
A G7 summit will be held in Rome in July with the goal of fostering cooperation with transit countries of migration. The convening of the summit was announced by the Italian Foreign Minister, Angelino Alfano, on the occasion of a meeting of ministers of the seven major industrialized power in the town of Lucca, in Tuscany. According to Alfano, the G7 approach to irregular migration should “combine security and solidarity”.
SOUTH AFRICA, AMBASSADOR TAMBO: KEEN TO START NEW PROJECTS WITH ITALY
“I think that with a new focus that Italy has now on internationalisation and also in exploring in a much more intense way their relationship with Africa generally and particularly with Central and Southern Africa things will move very differently to the way the’ve been in the past the way they’ve been in the past”. That was the message delivered by Nombatemba Tambo, ambassador of South Africa in Italy. In an interview with DIRE news agency, Tambo announced new bilateral projects, primarily for port infrastructure.
ETHIOPIA, AN AGREEMENT WITH ITALY TO SUPPORT PRODUCERS OF COFFEE
To increase yields, traceability and international recognition of the Ethiopian coffee, thus supporting local producers, is the target of a three-year project funded by the Italian Agency for Cooperation and Development. The project is worth some two and a half million euro and will be run in partnership with the Italian company Illycaffè. It will focus very much on the regions of Addis Ababa and Oromia and the most southern part of Ethiopia.