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Fotomigrando: Milan in pictures; Maasai sandals go big; Thailand, land of opportunities

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Ecco, nella versione inglese, i titoli e il tg esteri realizzato dall’agenzia DIRE:

FOTOMIGRANDO: RELIGIONS IN MILAN… IN PICTURES

“Religions in Milan … redesign the city” is the theme of Fotomigrando 2017, a contest to which foreign nationals can participate either they have a digital camera or just a smartphone. Cameras, mobiles and other prizes will be awarded to the winners on June 4th. According to the organizers of the Ismu Foundation, supported by the Archdiocese of Milan, photographs can help bring together different expressions of faith, cultures and religious beliefs.

MEMBERS OF EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IMPRESSED BY ITALIAN COMMITMENT FOR MIGRANTS

Italy is making “tremendous efforts to respect the rights of migrants” but “needs more collaboration from other European countries”: that is the assessment made by a delegation of the European Parliament who visited reception centers for migrants in Lazio and Sicily this month. According to the MPs, identification rates of those arriving by sea are now close to 100 per cent. Among problems which have been stressed, the increasing number of underage migrants.

HUMANITARIAN CORRIDORS, A MISSION TO ETHIOPIA

Transfering Eritrean, Somali and Sudanese refugees from camps in Ethiopia to Italy over the next two years: that is the ultimate goal of a mission of representatives of the Italian Caritas and the Community of Sant’Egidio to Addis Ababa. The mission was aimed at boosting the so-called “humanitarian corridors”, a project which has the support of the Italian state and is funded by the Italian Bishops’ Conference.

SANDALS MADE BY KENYAN MAASAI MAKE THE FRENCH GO CRAZY

Maasai is chic: that is confirmed by the enterpreneurial story of Meiro Hassan, designer of a line of sandals which is about to conquer France. The idea came out of a mission of this businesswoman of Cameroonian origin in a few Kenyan villages. These are the very places where leather soles and multicolored beads are crafted and packed with the Ishola brand. It seems to be a golden recipee for France: from now on the maasai sandals will also be sold on an e-commerce portal.

THAILAND, FOCUS ON OPPORTUNITIES FOR ITALIAN INVESTORS

Italian companies should come to Thailand and make the most of their investments: that’s according to diplomats and business people who attended a seminar focused on the South East Asian country in Milan this month. Opportunities are linked both to incentives for eco-friendly projects and taxation at just 20 percent, the lowest rate in the region with the exception of Singapore’s, Choowong Tangkoonsombati, head of the Thai Investment Bureau, told DIRE news agency.

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