Also this year INPS is present at the Turin Book Fair, with its own stand and many initiatives to foster dialogue and participation with citizens and local partners. In the ‘wild hearts’ edition that opens today and will end on May 23, the Psmsad Fund literary prize will be presented to the public for the awarding of unpublished texts in Italian, open to all Italian citizens and citizens of states belonging to the Union. European who have reached the age of majority. The competition, which aims to bring out new talents and raise awareness of the Psmsad Fund and the opportunities it offers to artists, is divided into three sections and provides for the awarding of a novel, a collection of short stories and a dramaturgical work. For further information on the Psmsad fund and on the competition, it is possible to set up a specific search on the portal www.inps.it. Professor Chiara Saraceno and the president of INPS, Pasquale Tridico, will sign the ‘InpsxTutti’ convention: a project which, in collaboration with the Municipality of Turin, Asti, Novara, Piedmontese Caritas, the community of Sant’Egidio and the Sermig proposes to support people who live in situations of marginalization and need in the exercise of their rights.The presence of INPS at the Book Fair will also be an opportunity to know the names of the winners of the fourth edition of the National Literary Award for employees INPS that will be rewarded by the top management of the institute. Finally, at the stand, all visitors to the Book Fair will be able to obtain information and advice on INPS services and learn more about welfare issues.
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