From 27 to 31 March 2019 the sixth edition of the Democracy Biennial will take place in Turin: an event dedicated to the themes of democracy and civil coexistence having as title Visible and invisible.
On Saturday 30 March three will be the events organized together with Fondazione per la Cultura Torino and hosted by the Auditorium:
at 11:00 am Global inequalities and income distributions with Branko Milanović. Giovanna Paladino, Director and Curator of Museo del Risparmio Intesa Sanpaolo will preside over the event.
at 3:00 pm The activists’ manifesto with Rupert Younger. Stefano Lucchini, Chief Institutional Affairs and External Communication Officer of Intesa Sanpaolo will preside over the event.
at 6:00 pm The digital revolution: an ethical challenge with Mario Rasetti. Introduced by Filippo Vecchio, responsible for Intesa Sanpaolo Identity, Communication and Culture of Innovation.
Reservation required, until all seats are taken, and available at the following link starting from Tuesday 5 March.