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lunedì, 18 Novembre 2019 The Osservatorio Permanente Giovani - Editori was received by the President of the Republic of Italy

To present the strategic partnership with Apple to develop young people’s critical thinking at the global level

To mark the Osservatorio Permanente Giovani – Editori’s 20th anniversary, Sergio Mattarella, President of  the Italian Republic, congratulated President Andrea Ceccherini and lauded the important work carried out over the years by the organization on behalf of the country’s younger generations  in italian schools and universities.

The President of the Italian Republic highlighted the civic and social value of the media literacy project "Il Quotidiano in Classe" and the economic and financial literacy project "Young Factor". The Head of State also expressed his satisfaction at the strategic partnership created  between Apple and the Osservatorio Permanente Giovani – Editori, one which elevates the organization’s reach and status to the global level through the most advanced technologies. It is an Italian project dedicated to developing critical thinking amongst the youths by exposing them to diverse sources of quality information.

Headed by President Checcherini, the Osservatorio’s delegation included: Andrea Riffeser Monti, President Fieg, Ceo Poligrafici  Editoriale; Luciano Fontana, Editor-in-chief of Corriere della Sera; Fabio Tamburini, Editor-in-chief of Il Sole 24 Ore ;  Luigi Gubitosi, Managing Director TIM; Stefano Lucchini, Director of Institutional Affairs and External Relations Intesa San Paolo; Francesco Profumo, President of Compagnia di San Paolo and President  of ACRI; Giovanni Fosti, Presidente Fondazione CARIPLO; Letizia Moratti, President UBI Bank; Massimo Lapucci, Secretary of CRT Foundation;  Cesare Bisoni,  President UNICREDIT; Fabrizio Salini, Managing Director RAI; Alessandro Bompieri, General Director RCS Quotidiani; Virman Cusenza, Editor-in -chief of Il Messaggero.



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