January 14, 2014 in Economy
Say Africa (and more generally, developing countries) and you think of raw materials and low cost products. Or, alternatively, sunsets, unspoiled nature and picturesque landscapes.
September 25, 2013 in Economy
Federculture has recently published its 2012 report but this time the figures, a little surprisingly, compared to the steady growth of the previous years, are very bleak
July 26, 2013 in Philosophy
March 28, 2013 in Philosophy
Today in India was the first day of a traditional Hindu festival that celebrates the end of winter and the start of spring: Holi, also known as the “festival of colour”
February 22, 2013 in Philosophy
January 25, 2013 in Philosophy
A group of young people have come up with an admirable initiative, which has been adopted by FAI (the Italian Environmental Fund): the cultural primaries.
January 21, 2013 in Economy
September 10, 2012 in Contemporary Art
July 10, 2012 in Economy
“In times of crisis, who would want to spend money on culture?” This is a phrase we hear often and it probably reflects what many people think. Fortunately, the exact...
May 30, 2012 in Economy
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is the President of Liberia (in her second term in office), Africa’s first woman head of state, the first coloured female head of state in the world and a recent recipient, at the end of 2011, of the Nobel Peace Prize