“Between Tahrir Square and Indignados movement, which is the future of the Italian youngsters?”

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API Rome Summer Fest @ Laghetto dell’Eur, Viale America, ROME
Salma Akl, Egyptian blogger
Marco Cappa, President YDE
Michel Martone, Lecturer LUISS Guido Carli
Giorgia Meloni, Minister for Youth Politics
In the geopolitical upheavals that characterized North Africa, the role played by young people was emphasized. They became aware  and self-determined of their future. The economic crisis and European constraints have also outlined a scenario of austerity and spending cuts that will affect drastically the conditions of young people. This  is where the movement of indignados came from either in Spain or Greece, etc.. What is the situation in Italy? How to become aware of the crisis under the age of 30 in the Belpaese? This is the track and the object of the discussion of the evening.

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