Contributing to the campaign, broadcast on the occasion of the music festival, were, among others, Diodato, Achille Lauro, Cristina D’Avena, the Karma B Polizia di Stato, Rai per il Sociale, Eurovision Rai and Rai1 and artists – both competing and not – at Eurovision 2022 in Turin together to invite everyone to ‘make noise’ against gender hatred and against all forms of discrimination. Contributing to the campaign, broadcast on the occasion of the musical festival, were, among others, Diodato, Achille Lauro, Cristina D’Avena, the Karma B, but also artists from Estonia, Latvia, Montenegro, Romania, Switzerland and Croatia. Furthermore, to raise public awareness in the fight against discrimination, until tomorrow at the EuroVillage del Valentino, the Postal Police and the Oscad, an observatory for safety against discriminatory acts that for over 10 years has been involved in spreading the culture of respect and tolerance, in a multimedia truck they welcome the many young people who go to the park every day to make them aware that diversity must not divide but must be a wealth to be shared by showing the different clips. Today, the Deputy Chief of Police, Prefect Vittorio Rizzi, arrived in the Piedmontese capital to meet the students of the Turin schools. Accompanied by the police commissioner of Turin, Vincenzo Ciarambino, he met the pupils of an eighth grade. Read also “We are present here in force with the Oscad postal police, which is a joint police and carabinieri structure, to send a message to young people from all over the world, a message of peace and non-discrimination, for the dissemination of culture of respect, to educate and combat all forms of hatred online and in real life – explained Rizzi – we tried to seize the opportunity of an extraordinary event like Eurovision to collect from the symbols that are a point of reference for young people, a contribution, a moment of reflection that will be the subject of our forms of communication with the youngest “. “Hate crimes have split entire peoples and countries – he added – we work to spread a culture of respect and education, our work has lasted for 11 years and we are one of the few police forces in the world that has a structure that works against hate crimes, which provides training and education but much remains to be done “, concluded Rizzi.
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