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Terror, the true mask of death

Hafez Haidar, scholar emeritus and writer

4 November 2016


And if I met a terrorist?

Sumaya Abdel Qader, City Councillor of Milan

26 October 2016


A tree for Etty Hillesum

Nadia Neri, Psychologist, analyst

26 October 2016


What would I do if confronted with a jihadist? I would tell him about my pain

Maryan Ismail, professor of Anthropology of immigration

7 October 2016


Day of the Righteous: the memory of offense, the memory of choice

Anna Foa, historian and professor at Università La Sapienza of Rome

23 September 2016


The law about the Righteous, a matter of free choice

Gabriele Nissim, Gariwo chairman

21 September 2016


How to dissuade a terrorist

Gabriele Nissim, Gariwo chairman

12 September 2016


The diplomacy of Good

Gabriele Nissim, Gariwo chairman

19 July 2016


Bending down to ordinary people

Raimondo De Cardona, Italy's Ambassador to Tunis

18 July 2016


Tunis. A Garden of the Righteous against jihadist terror

Janiki Cingoli, Director of CIPMO, Italian Centre for Peace in the Middle East

11 July 2016


Gariwo, the gardens of the Righteous

a non-profit organization in the service of memory

Gariwo's aim is to heighten awareness and interest in the figures and the tales of the Righteous, women and men who fought and are still fighting in defense of human dignity. 
It has been active since 1999 but it was officially set up in 2001 as Gardens of the Righteous Worldwide Committee-Gariwo and in 2009 it became a non-profit organization. It is chaired by Gabriele Nissim.

In 2003 was born the Garden of the Righteous worldwide at Monte Stella Hill in Milan, which since 2008 is run by the Association for the Garden of the Righteous - formed by Gariwo, the Municipality of Milan and the Union of Italian Jewish Communities.

In 2012, after Gariwo's call, the European Parliament established the European Day of the Righteous - 6 March. In 2017 Italy has been the first country to recognize this recurrence as a civil feast, establishing the Day of the Righteous of the Humanity.

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