ClientePresidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri
ServiziDigital PR, PR & Media Relations
Reggio Calabria Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri
The Journey of the Constitution, after Milan and Catania, arrives in Reggio Calabria. The project is sponsored by the Presidency of the Council of Ministers. It is coordinated by the Mission Structure for Anniversaries of National Interest. The capital of Calabria is the third city to host the traveling exhibition on the Constitutional Charter.
The opening ceremony was held at Palazzo San Giorgio in the presence of Mayor of Reggio Calabria Giuseppe Falcomatà, Prof. Patrizia Gabrielli of the Historical and Scientific Committee for Anniversaries of National Interest and Prefect of the Province of Reggio Calabria Michele Di Bari.
The Reggio Calabria stage is dedicated to the third article of the Constitution and introduces an opportunity for dialogue on the theme “Equality.” The exhibition was open from Nov. 6 to Nov. 26 at the Umberto Boccioni Exhibition Hall of Palazzo Corrado Alvaro. On the other hand, November 24 is the date of the third conference in the “Dialogues on the Constitution” cycle , dedicated to Article 3.
The Journey of the Constitution is a traveling exhibition that touches twelve cities.
Each city is associated with one of the first twelve core principles and the pivotal theme inspired by it. The purpose is to promote opportunities for discussion useful for understanding the historical and cultural value of the Constitutional Charter.
The traveling exhibition on the Constitution is enriched with graphic and multimedia insights: historical footage, famous phrases, and audio commentaries on the 12 fundamental articles narrated by Roberto Benigni. Visitors can then renew their support for the Constitutional Charter with a symbolic act: a virtual signature next to that of the Constituent Fathers.
In the year of the celebration of the 70th Anniversary of the Constitution of the Italian Republic, this project aims to trace a symbolic path between the birth of the Republic and our days, creating a representative space open to citizenship.