“A mural for equality” will be inaugurated on Tuesday 8 June at the Liceo Classico Luciano Manara in Rome at the conclusion of a project launched last March with the aim of making female students and students aware of the history of women and the achievement of equality of rights in economic, social, political and legal relationships, focusing on the phenomenon of violence against women and gender stereotypes in social communication. “A mural for equality: equal rights, gender differences” is a project born as part of the “A school for equality” call promoted by the Municipality of Rome, Department of Participation, Communication and Equal Opportunities. The proposal was conceived by the teachers Miriam Merlonghi and Simona De Caro, accepted and promoted by the Headmaster Atala Grattarola and by the President of the Institute Council Anna Maria Riccio, realized with the patronage of DIRE national network of anti-violence centers, and with the participation of the Mu.Fo.Co – Museum of Contemporary Photography of Cinisello Balsamo and of the artists Alice Pasquini and UNO. The project started on March 9th saw the involvement of over 60 students. In the first phase, meetings were held, coordinated by the journalist Barbara Bonomi Romagnoli, with experts and activists from the city territorial network. In connection with the Mu.Fo.Co. the work of female photographers in Italy between the ’70s and’ 90s was studied in depth, and the teacher Miriam Merlonghi dedicated two lessons to the knowledge of Street Art as a means of public communication and social denunciation. Finally, the creative workshop was launched among the students the artists Alice Pasquini – aka Alicè, a Roman artist whose works are exhibited in urban surfaces, galleries and museums in hundreds of cities around the world and one of the first female exponents established in the world. international in Street Art – and UNO – muralist who favors in his work the techniques of decoupages, stencile collages to reflect on the manipulation of messages and the consumption of identity in mass society.The project culminated in the creation of a large mural work painted on the external facade of the Liceo Classico L. Manara in Via Basilio Bricci by the artists Alice Pasquini and UNO, which will be inaugurated on June 8 at 11.00.