Closing of “Days for the Rights of the Child”

At the end of the "Days for the Rights of the Child", a Ginkgo biloba was planted in Fiumicello Villa Vicentina, Italy.

Friday November 29

This morning in Fiumicello Villa Vicentina have concluded the "Days for the Rights of the Child" organized by the Government of Youth.

The theme of this year's event was “SAVE THE PLANET” and throughout the week school workshops were held on the environment, to understand the phenomena and educate to live sustainably, respecting the environment and all living beings.

With the presence of Mayor Laura Sgubin and Council President Giovanni Alessia Raciti, the “Ginkgo biloba” was planted, born from the seed of a plant that survived the atomic bomb of Hiroshima and offered by the Association “World without war and without violence ”.

During the planting ceremony, the Minister of Culture Eva Sfiligoi, spoke the representatives of "World without wars and without violence" Davide Bertok and Alessandro Capuzzo, Mayor Alessia Raciti and members of the Government of Youth, Coordinator Rita Dijust and First class students of the Fiumicello Villa Vicentina High School, and those responsible for the “NOplanetB” Group, which encouraged the workshops.

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