Migration: from working inside, to living in the territory
At Baluardo della Cittadella of Modena, was presented at a conference the research project, sponsored by the UniCredit Local Modena-Parma-Piacenza-Reggio Emilia in collaboration with Consorzio AAster.
The main focus was the impact of migration on the Modena province, with particular attention to housing, even on the basis of the ideas brought from the experiences of other cities with the network of "Agenzia Tu" UniCredit Banca.
The work, chaired by Franco Stefani - Chairman of UniCredit Local Committee Modena-Parma-Piacenza-Reggio Emilia, were opened by Emilio Sabattini - Leading the Province of Modena.
To follow the presentation of research "Social Knowledge and knowledge of Enterprise" by Aldo Bonomi - Director of Consorzio A.A.ster with: Gianni Chiesa - Director Casa Amica Bergamo; Fausto Cigni - Common Consillor of Modena; Don Virginio Colmegna - Chairman Casa della Carità Angelo Abriani Foundation, Milan; Aly Baba Faye - Sociologist; Don Gian Piero Franceschini - Regional Coordinator Immigration Caritas; Don Alfredo Oliviero - Director of Pastoral Office Migrants, Torino; Valter Reggiani - Chairman of Casa delle Culture Association, Modena; Claudio Testi - CEO Socfeder SpA Modena; Maurizio Torreggiani - General Manager CNA Modena; Giovanni Valenti - Head Office Integration and Citizenship, Brescia.
The next talk-show "The Cities" were compared: Sergio Chiamparino - Mayor of Turin; Paolo Corsini - Mayor of Brescia; Graziano Pattuzzi - Mayor of Sassuolo; Giorgio Pighi - Mayor of Modena.
Finally, the round table "Institutions, banks and foundations in front of the migratory phenomenon", coordinated by Aldo Bonomi - Director Consorzio AAster were: Ida Curti - District Councillor of policies for integration, Turin; Luigi Gilli - District councillor of Planning and Development Territory, Emilia Romagna; Andrea Landi - Chairman of Cassa di Risparmio di Modena Foundation; Roberto Nicastro - Deputy CEO UniCredit Group; Antonella Spaggiari - Chairman of Pietro Manodori Foundation.