Let’s restore dignity to mutilated women

The event “Let’s restore dignity to mutilated women” took place in the Senate, on the initiative of Sen. Marco Scurria, promoted by the non-profit organization A.N.G.E.L.S. on the occasion of the International Day against Female Genital Mutilation which occurs on February 6th.  The event, organized by Benedetta Paravia, aims to fight the crime of FGM […]

Italian Chamber of Deputies: Conference “Eva’s faults: against gender violence”

On the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, the non-profit organization A.N.G.E.L.S. with Benedetta Paravia and the ProMueve Association with Mirtha Mella they organize the conference to discuss the measures necessary to overcome gender violence, with the auspices of the Culture, Science and Education Commission of the Italian Chamber […]

Women in Love at Quirinale

Benedetta Paravia, member of the Women Economic Forum (WEF), visited President Sergio Mattarella on the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women Gallery

Women in Love at the Rome Film Festival

WIL was guest of Alice nella Città during the Festa del Cinema di Roma (Rome Cinema Festival). More than 100 guests were participating to be updated about the progresses of the artistic-cultural-humanitarian project against the Female Genital Mutilations. The speakers Benedetta Paravia, Sen. Marco Scurria, Sen. Susanna Campione, the actress Elena Bonelli and Prof. Maria […]

#07 Francesca

“Whoever wants to pluck a flower will see it die.” Benedetta Paravia.

#06 Nela

“The jellyfish, when at sea, seems to be made of light, seems mottled with rubies, sapphires, emeralds, amethysts.” Fabrizio Caramagna.

#05 Monica

“But on one point there is no doubt. And that is that you, coming out of that wind, will not be the same as you were coming into it.” Haruki Murakami.

#04 Linda

“Storms of the soul are worse than storms of sand.”
African proverb.

#03 Diana

“[…] lava descended from the dark mountain, tracing roots of fire to the pine of smoke.” Hans Christian Andersen.

#02 Stefania

“It is said that the slightest flap of a butterfly’s wings is capable of causing a hurricane on the other side of the world.”
The Butterfly effect.