Reggio Emilia, the first information festival for children arrives

The information format child, license plate International Kids, the supplement launched by the weekly Internazionale, the press review that collects the best articles from all parts of the globe, lands at Reggio Emilia. Here, the first information festival dedicated to girls and boys.

a weekend full of meetings and discoveries to talk about racism, sport, environment, feminism and much more with journalists, writers, experts, illustrators and photographers who will propose to readers, readers of the monthly and their families an event that will bring to the heart of Reggio Emilia building a live magazine issue.

Together with the editorial staff of Kids there will be many guests, including the Afro-descendant writer Hope HakuzwimanaRipanti, who will talk about the consequences of racism also in Italy and will tell the Black Lives Matter movement to the youngest and the youngest, the journalist Giulia Blasi who will bring a monologue to the Reggio Emilia stage to explain why we should all be feminists.

The writer is also at Internazionale Kids Jonathan Bazzi, who will speak of the fluid generation, Gianumberto Accinelli, entomologist and writer, who will delve into the climate crisis through the eyes of a bee. There will be no lack of music thanks to a meeting with The List Representative. And then meetings and workshops to stimulate the exercise of the right to protest and activism. There will also be a debate on the positive and negative effects of Dad for parents.

During the festival, Internazionale Kids will propose workshops, meetings, shows and screenings. All the interventions, lasting up to 30 minutes, are designed especially for the little ones. The themes to which greater importance will be given: current affairs, environment, information, technology, politics, economics and rights. The events will take place throughout the day in the cloisters of San Pietro and in the surrounding spaces, in collaboration with the schools and educational institutions of the area.

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