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Mattarella honours 30 'everyday heroes'

Mattarella honours 30 'everyday heroes'

For combating social exclusion and gender violence, and heroism

ROME, 24 February 2024, 14:32

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COMBO Le onorificenze OMRI conferite motu proprio dal Presidente della Repubblica Sergio Mattarella - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

COMBO Le onorificenze OMRI conferite motu proprio dal Presidente della Repubblica Sergio Mattarella -     ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
COMBO Le onorificenze OMRI conferite motu proprio dal Presidente della Repubblica Sergio Mattarella - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

President Sergio Mattarella on Saturday honoured 30 'everyday heroes' who have distinguished themselves for social commitment and civic action.
    Mattarella gave out the thirty honours for Merit of the Republic, which will be formally conferred on March 20, on citizens who have distinguished themselves for activities aimed at combating gender-based violence, for ethical entrepreneurship, for an active commitment also in the presence of disabilities, for commitment in favour of prisoners, for solidarity, for choice of voluntary work, for activities in favour of social inclusion, legality, the right to health and for acts of daily heroism.
    Mattarella identified, among many examples, significant cases of civil commitment, dedication to the common good and testimony of republican values.
    Among the recipients were: Mattia Abate, 35, for helping those with disabilities; Mattia Aguzzi, 37, for risking his life saving a little girl who fell from a building; Licia Baldi ,88, for education prisoners at Porto Azzurro on Elba; Simone Baldini, 42, for helping with flood relief in Emilia-Romagna; Lucia Bevilacqua, 65, and her husband Salvatore Pilato, 64, for educating and including disabled children; Antonio Bodini, 64, for creating Baskin, for disabled people to play basketball; Vincenzo Bordo, 67, for helping the poor in Seoul; Marco Caprai, 60, for employing immigrants on his vineyards; Giuseppina Casarin, 65, for connecting people of different cultures through song; Dario Cherici, 80, for flood relief and work in other disasters; Marina Clerici, 68, for helping families of the disabled; Marta Delle Piane, 35, and Gabriele Bona, 64, for their research on child rheumatic illnesses; Nicola Di Lena, 42, for ethical entrepreneurship including the differently able; Maria Eleonora Teresa Galia, 53, for cheering up sick children with toys and other activities; Francesco Giannelli Savastano, 74, for hosting sick children and their families during their medical treatment; Marta Grelli, 26, for setting up an online platform to help the disabled get about; Pietro Literio, 54, for offering free medical advice and assistance to the sick; Leonardo Lotto, 25, for sending an inspirational message after graduating following an accident that confined him to a wheelchair; Michele Mele, 32, for helping the blind over obstacles and other problems; Giovanni Neri, 80, for his work with cancer patients; Nicolina Parisi, 82, for helping in the Cutro migrant disaster a year ago; Antonio Piccolo, 74, and Carlo Sagliocco, 71, for setting up a soccer school at Mob-ridden Scampia in Naples; Marco Randon, 64, for distributing bread in natural disasters abroad; Sarah Sclauzero, 5, for helping victims of domestic violence; Gianni Stinziani, 54, for helping parents with autistic children; Paola Maria Tricomi, 32, for helping the disabled to study; and Stefano Ungaretti, 42, for helping in the first aid sector.
   
   

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