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EXPO 2015 for the Righteous

A new Garden on Monte Stella Hill and new teaching pathways

A preview of the redevelopment project

A preview of the redevelopment project

Wednesday 23 October at 11 a.m. Palazzo Marino (City Hall), Sala dell’Orologio - Piazza della Scala 2, Milan


Press conference Expo 2015 for the Righteous: a new Garden on Monte Stella Hill and new teaching pathways
The Associazione per il Giardino dei Giusti di Milano (Association for the Milan Garden of the Righteous), made up by Milan City Hall, Gariwo, the forest of the Righteous and the Union of the Italian Jewish Communities (UCEI) will present its redevelopment plan for the Garden of the Righteous Worldwide and its new proposal for schools, the teaching game I sentieri dei Giusti (The Righteous Pathways). Speeches by Francesco Cappelli, City Councilor for Education of Milan City Hall, Basilio Rizzo, President of the Milan City Council, Gabriele Nissim, Chairman of Gariwo and Vicepresident of the Associazione per il Giardino dei Giusti di Milano, Stefano Valabrega, architect, creator of the redevelopment project for the Garden of the Righteous and Emanuela Bellotti, teacher, curator of the teaching game I sentieri dei Giusti.

30 October 2013

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Press Conference Expo 2015 for the Righteous

A new garden at Monte Stella and new instructive tracks

The Garden of the Righteous in Milan (Monte Stella)

against all occurrences of genocide

On January 24 2003, in an area of the Monte Stella hill park in Milan, we inaugurated the Garden of the Righteous worldwide, run by an association set up on purpose by the Milan City Hall together with the Union of the Italian Jewish Communities and the Gardens of the Righteous Worldwide Committee-Gariwo.
Over the years we have honoured exemplary figures of moral resistance from Rwanda, Latin America, Bosnia, the European countries torn by Nazi and Communist regimes, from Tunisia, Russia, and Iran.

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