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You can’t judge a person by his clothes… but the clothing is an expression of culture

The clothes we wear talk about us, about how we are in the world, about our desire to send messages to the people that surround us.
Our clothes talk about our culture, and in some cases even about our religion. The muslam religion says that they have Continua a leggere

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Italy, a multiethnic country

It’s been sometime now that Italy has become a multiethnic country: becoming an Italian citizen doesn’t mean changing your own culture or your own character, on the contrary: you must respect your national identity and keep loving your own country even Continua a leggere

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When music helps others

I used this expression of music helping others because very often music becomes the instrument of peace making and giving. In many songs, singers denounce the world crisis. Band-aid, (an English band) wrote a song in 1984 about Africa called “Do they know it’s Christmas”. Continua a leggere

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Black History Month

February is the month remembered in the American/Canadian houses as the Black History Month. In the United Kingdom it is remembered in October. Slaves coming from many nations existed in Europe. After the discovery of America, many people have been taken away from their families, in Africa, and brought to the American colonies as slaves Continua a leggere

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The right to education

In many countries of the world, children are not able to attend school because of poverty. UNICEF have published a book stating that around 123 million children are not able to attend school, even if Continua a leggere

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Children at war

Children at war: right to protection art.38 of the CONVENTION

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All over the world, wars break out continuously for different reasons:
economic interests, ethnic differences, religion and so on. Lots of children are killed because they belong to one ethnic group or another. Thus the innocent die because it is thought that to eliminate an enemy population one has to start with the very young: it happened in Rwanda, but also in the ex-Yugoslavia and in Palestine. The Convention provides that children under the age of fifteen are not to be enlisted or involved directly in combat. But 90% of war victims are women or children, killed in conflict, in villages in their country; children are often specific targets Continua a leggere

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