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Clubhouse: a room against violence against women



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Clubhouse: a room against violence against women


On the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, Clubhouse gathered the most authoritative Italian creators on this dramatic topical issue to turn on a light and give voice to a very complex and impressive social problem whose knowledge is still very partial.

The social audio platform will host the “Love is not a Killer” room within Anthropology of Mind, the Club founded by Alessandro Bertirotti, anthropologist of the mind and professor at the University of Genoa. The event aims to bring together the Italian Clubhouse community in an open, free and clear dialogue to remove most of the shadows that surround the theme of violence against women. The goal is to create a “new awareness” for a more civilized society based on respect and firm opposition to sexist violence which, as the title of the
room, never has a valid excuse.

LOVE IS NOT A KILLER: on the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, Clubhouse hosts a room to break the silence

And just to give more strength to this intent, the room will remain open between 21:30 and 23:30 on November 25: the time slot in which most of the acts of violence against women are perpetrated. We will start with Alessandro Bertirotti who, together with Laura Merli Lavagna, doctor specialized in psychotherapy and Serenella D’Ercole, philosopher, trainer and writer, will provide a first psychoanthropological framework of the topic. We will continue with Ilaria Baldini, a Feminist Resistance activist. With her we will address the issue of prostitution and trafficking in women, followed by the testimony of Elisabetta Aldrovandi, lawyer, Guarantor for the Protection of Crime Victims of the Lombardy Region and President of the National Victim Support Observatory.

We will close with a chat between Gabriele Isman, journalist, and Luca Schifanella, doctor and scientific researcher from Minneapolis for a “living” testimony from the city that has sadly become a symbol of a “new culture of violence” all over the world. An appointment, therefore, not to be missed. Why important. And as such it only happens on Clubhouse. The link for the link is here.