The idea of creating this themed Web TV was first born within Fano’s “Millevoci” voluntary and social solidarity association. From providing Italian lessons to distributing food and clothes, the association supports immigrants in the local areas, and since its inception has promoted intercultural activities championing the integration of foreigners and worked with other third sector associations.
The idea of Noi Mondo TV is to convey numerous elements. On one hand, it strengthens the existing network by using Web TV as a channel for sharing, monitoring and experimenting with activities and ideas. On the other, it simplifies access to the practical and bureaucratic services available in the area by grouping them into one category (S.O.S), explaining them with simple language (Level B1) and attempting to respond to the most frequently asked questions through expert columns. Finally, in order to overcome the many forms of discrimination and racism that exist, our intention is to make foreign cultures known through the eyes of foreign people themselves, such as in the article ‘My Country’; the contents of which will, for the most part, be translated into 8 languages (English, French, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese, Russian, Albanian and Romanian).
SABRINA GOUIZI – founder and supervisor firstname.lastname@example.org
“I am a 34 year old Italian-Algerian and work in the field of communication. Through journalism, video documentaries and teaching Italian to foreigners, my goal is to make myself useful and work within society for society”.
LIVIA SERRANO – editor email@example.com
“I am 33 years old and from Fano. I spent some time abroad in the past and have experience in the communication sector and teaching Italian to foreigners. I strongly believe in the power of information, and as a “former migrant” it will be a true pleasure to be able to contribute to the integration of foreign citizens in our area”.
ALESSANDRA MANNA – social network firstname.lastname@example.org
“I am from Fano but also a citizen of the world. I have always studied foreign cultures and languages, and thanks to Web TV we will all finally be able to reach near and far away lands with our minds and know them without prejudice’.
MAURO LORUSSO – video maker email@example.com
“I am 34 years old and in this project I will be dealing with multimedia content, and through video in particular I see a great opportunity to produce something culturally and socially authentic”.
MATTHIAS CANAPINI – correspondent firstname.lastname@example.org
“I am a young man aged 21 focussing on photo journalist reports. I have travelled in the Balkans, Turkey and the Caucasus documenting a number of subjects, from the protests in Bulgaria and adoption in Kosovo, to the genocide of Srebrenica and the train network in Albania. Closer to home, I have covered memories of Vajont and the resistance in Val di Susa, and during my last trip I entered Syria to document the conditions in refugee camps there”.
With the Web TV I would like to recount stories relevant to the local area and make them known to the people. Covering events regarding illegal immigrants, refugees and asylum seekers, with particular emphasis on the human side of the stories, certainly interests me”.
MARCO TERZO – web master/ web developer email@example.com
“I am Sicilian but have now been adopted by the Marche region. Having grown up in the centre of the Mediterranean and been influenced by the diverse cultures which have characterised my region, I can appreciate the diversity which forms populations and reflect on the importance and respect of every race, culture and religion. I am therefore enthusiastic about being an integral part of this project, in which I will be able to work through a means of communication as powerful as the internet and communicate the beauty and importance of all being part of the same world despite the apparent divisions of race, culture and religion”.