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A COMMUNITY THAT PARTICIPATES – Rap, photography and active citizenship

An exploration of human relations in neighbourhoods that participate and are protagonists of collective growth. The images of the reportage “Fully Booked – Life in Grande Hotel da Beira” in Mozambique, one of the most populated occupied buildings in the world, are the starting point for a discussion on participation, active citizenship and urban and social regeneration. Rap and art as tools to involve, activate and change the order of things.

Antonietta De Vita
Lecturer in pedagogy at the University of Verona. She deals with education for participation and participatory planning, training processes and work, female thinking and gender education

Luca Mascini
Rapper, writer, arteducator and frontman of Assalti Frontali, one of the first hip-hop groups in Italy. For ten years he has been leading rap workshops in schools in Italy and abroad with the project “Singing for peace” as moments of inclusion and creative community

Paolo Ghisu
Photographer, videomaker and cooperator. He lives between Italy and Mozambique. Author of photographic exhibitions, he realised the reportage FULLY BOOKED, published in several magazines and selected for the Ethical Photography Festival in Lodi in 2022

Sandra Endrizzi, from the Centre for International Cooperation, moderates the discussion

FULLY BOOKED – Life in Grande Hotel da Beira

by Paolo Ghisu
From 2 to 6 October, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
CCI – Vicolo San Marco 1 – Trento

Event on the occasion of Settimana dell’Accoglienza.