Journey On: in Florence

Anelli Mancanti and Uisp Firenze in collaboration with cultural and youth event COPULA MUNDI have created the Florentine edition of the Mondiali Antirazzist which has been concentrated in two days of sport against all discrimination and racism.

The public event was made possible thanks to the collaboration with ECCAR

The tournament open to men, women and children, did not provide special rounds based on age or gender, just because the intent of the event is not competitive competition, but the exchange and interaction to promote inclusion processes between the different realities present. boho femme grand ovale pendentifs colliers mode blanc bleu feu opale collier vintage chaine mariage colliers pour les femmes custodia samsung fundas samsung galaxy a10 the most important tournament, football and vollyball   have seen the share of 29 teams composed by boys and girls of every age and origin (Italy- Albania- Brazil- Ghana- Nigeria- Kosovo- Romania- Lithuania- Sri Lanka are just some of the countries represented at the event) . The winners for the football tournament “Stib (siamo tutti in barca)” and “Florence Malayalees Association (FMA)” for the volley. fundas huawei p30 pro fundas samsung galaxy s7 edge fundas samsung galaxy j5 Both will participate at the Mondiali Antirazzisti scheduled in Castelfranco Emilia from 4 to 8 July. fundas huawei y7 2019 fundas samsung galaxy s6 edge plus A historic event that every year sees the presence of over 200 teams representing over 70 nationalities.

L’The edition of the Mondo held in Florence in the Park of Villa Favard has recorded apparitions without precedents in the field and outside. The two days of sport that reiterate a clear no against all discrimination and racism, have involved many participants and attracting an attentive and participant public. The success of the event derives from the participation and collaboration with the institutions and the major associations of the Third Sector and the communities and schools for foreigners present in the territory, such as the Viva Peru Association which opened the first day with a performance of traditional dances performed by small dancers and costumed dancers.Also worthy of note is the good response of participants to the other activities proposed in the event including table tennis, bowling, table football, bmx, taichi and pa-kua performances. Here are some pictures of the event