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In continuity with the “Women for Justice” project, the “Women for Freedom” event was held on March 8th, International Women’s Day.
The event was held in our office in Milan and was organized – with the support of the activist Claudia Conte – in partnership with some Colleagues who share with our firm the awareness of the strong connection between law and human rights, and the belief that art and intercultural dialogue are very powerful tools to create and strengthen the engagement of communities on such compelling issues.
During the exhibition, we had the opportunity to learn more about the people and the life paths behind the works, and to listen to the testimonies of those who have lived too closely with conflicts that still affect people’s fundamental rights.
Our firm, in its Turin office, hosts contemporary art exhibitions, with particular attention to emerging Italian and foreign artists. We have been partnering with CRAG Gallery in Turin for more than ten years, driven by the passion for art and the enthusiasm of the founding partners of our firm. Art accompanies the daily fervor of our activities in a free and independent way, involving artists, clients and collaborators on the occasion of special events.
The law firm supported the “Women for Justice” project hosted at the ADI Design Museum in Milan from 17 to 22 July 2022. The photographic exhibition, produced by Claudia Conte, gave voice to the looks of Afghan and Ukrainian women, giving back to the public a direct narrative of the events that have shaken the two countries over the last few years and months.
The exhibition itinerary was closely linked to the themes of peace and justice, pillars of Goal 16 of the 2030 Agenda.
The lawyer Maurizio Bortolotto participated as a speaker in the opening round table on the occasion of the inauguration of the exhibition, alongside important exponents of cultural and social institutions.