Every year, Fondazione CON IL SUD promotes a free photography competition on the web, dedicated to a dynamic and positive Southern Italy. Below you will find images from the various editions of the competition.
The event is an occasion to discover or learn about particular experiences, organisations, people who are marking a turning point in the way development is approached in Calabria.
Promotion of Best Talent in Scientific Research 2018
Thanks to LiberaMente Insieme project, in Polistena, the symbol of criminal power becomes a place of hope and rebirth.
The initiatives will be supported with a total of 3.5 million euros assigned to projects against trafficking, sexual exploitation, and in favor of social and labor integration.
A team led by Elvira De Leonibus has identified a new mechanism of cellular memory induced by motor learning, which is impaired in the early phases of Parkinson’ disease.
Lama Balice is different from the other Apulian regional protected areas which are specifically and geographically isolated, in fact, gaining the morphology of “hybrid Park”, it can expand the meshes of ecological networks around a strong man-made core like the Metropolitan City of Bari, strongly influencing urban development.
Ryan Calabretta-Sajder, a visiting assistant professor of Italian in the Department of World Languages, Literatures & Cultures in the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences was recently awarded one of four Fulbright, Fondazione CON IL SUD (Foundation for Southern Italy) awards.
Its name is “Open” and it’s a new special store that promotes intercultural exchange between small foreign traders and local partners through work and social cooperation.
D.r.a.g.o.” is a project which is giving work and hope in Sicily for people coming from wor-torn countries. The project is promoted by the Association Laboratorio della Legalità and it is supported by Fondazione CON IL SUD. The story on the British newspaper The Guardian.
What to see and things to do in Naples acording to The Guardian.
The problems of Southern Italy (the so called “Mezzogiorno”) are old, but, nevertheless, always new. Are we sure that conventional ideas about the Mezzogiorno are still valid – after so many years of policy failures? Carlo Borgome on Myrrha.
“Parco dei Paduli” is located in a centuries-old olive grove of 5500 hectares in the district of Lecce and it has been selected by the Italian “Ministero dei beni e delle attività culturali e del turismo” to represent the country at the IV edition of the “Landscape Award of the Council of Europe”.