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The Righteous in Genoa

for the international rights week

The Gardens of the Righteous Committee will join the international Rights week in Genoa at Palazzo Tursi in via Garibaldi, with meetings and theatrical shows. Among other events we wish to point out:

Tuesday. July 12

12.00 - Great Hall
The hill of the Righteous of Rwanda

Emily Backus, Kristin Hausen and Carla Peirorelo interview Yolande Mukagasana, among the candidates to the Peace Nobel Prize, who will present her project of a Hill of the Righteous in Kigali, accomplished by the Gardens of the Righteous Worldwide Committee and the association Bene-Rwanda Onlus

9.00 p.m. - Lobby Court
The banality of evil

from Hannah Arendt, abridgment and adaptation by Paola Bigatto, with Paola Bigatto. Theatrical show on the 50th anniversary of the Eichmann trial, in collaboration with Gardens of the Righteous Committee

Wednesday, July 13

7.00 p.m. - Lobby Court
Not out of sainthood
About the book "La bontà insensata. Il segreto degli uomini Giusti" by Gabriele Nissim (Mondadori)
Debate with the author, Pietro Kuciukian, Salvatore Natoli and Ragip Zarakolu. Moderator Nando Dalla Chiesa, in cooperation with the Gardens of the Righteous Worldwide Committee.

Thursday, July 14

6.30 p.m. - Great Hall
Do you remember the Armenians?
Baykar Sivazliyan interviews Ragip Zarakolu, Turkish journalist who fights for the recognition of the Armenian genocide. In cooperation with the Gardens of the Righteous Committee

9.00 p.m. - Lobby Court
Il Memorioso. Short guide to the memory of Good
Theatrical show drawn from the books by Gabriele Nissim, by Paola Bigatto, Gabriele Nissim and Massimiliano Speziani. With Massimiliano Speziani. In cooperation with the Gardens of the Righteous Committee

1 July 2011

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Garden of Genoa

Genoa

Genoa, with the creation of the Garden of the Righteous, was the third italian city, after Milan and Padua, to commemorate those who fought with civil courage against totalitarianism and genocide all over the world.

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