Veronica Tarozzi

Immediately after graduation, she leaves Cagliari to discover the world! She travels, studies and works between Europe, Africa, Asia and South America to learn about places, people, experiences and life stories of ordinary people, but above all out of the ordinary. In 2008 she teaches languagesin Salvador (Brazil) as part of a project for social emancipation and intercultural communication. She returns to Italy in 2009 and settles in Milan, where she will graduate in Linguistic and Cultural Mediation and will specialize in Linguistic Mediation towards migrants and asylum seekers. Here she begins activism in various organizations: from the Zeitgeist Movement Italy, to Associazione Società Sostenibile and Metaeducazione and actively participates in the community garden Coltivando. She is also a freelance journalist regularly enrolled in the Order of Journalists of Lombardy and writes articles for the web newspaper Italia Che Cambia, our partner, whose purpose is to tell a different Italy, made up of human and environmental sustainability and above all good practices, spreading them and creating a network between them; she is part of the MediAttivisti, network of journalists and social activists, born from the impulse of our International Press Agency, Pressenza, to spread a culture of human rights, peace and nonviolence.

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