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Il Forum è nato dalla giornalista Marilù Mastrogiovanni ed è organizzato da Giulia Giornaliste e dalla cooperativa IdeaDinamica, con l’obiettivo di “creare ponti, abbattere muri: promuovere una riflessione sul giornalismo delle giornaliste investigative, come presidio di Democrazia, dunque di Pace”.


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ethiopia_romina_cascadesJournalist Romina Gobbo, a freelancer from Vicenza , Italy, will also speak during the Mediterranean Women Journalists Forum with several questions to colleagues engaged in the discussion panels.
Gobbo has started in the 2000s to deal with crisis areas: Africa Sub-Saharan and Middle East. After a master’s degree at the University of Padua,
on the Islam of Europe, has been committed to the popularization of a positive Islam positive, away from stereotypes, so that it is not always associated with terrorism; particularly trying to make Islamic women known, through conferences.
A professional journalist and scholar of issues in the Islamic world, Romina Gobbo collaborates with Avvenire, Famiglia Cristiana, and Credere on issues such as human rights, children’s rights, gender equality, peace, conflict, Islam, interfaith dialogue, missions, activities of governmental and non-governmental organizations, and volunteerism. He has several trips to crisis areas, especially the Middle East and Sub–Saharan Africa, to his credit.
His latest project is the series of broadcasts “Liqā’ u–l’Asdiqā’ (The Meeting of Friends), dedicated to “Islam and the Arab World,” posted on his YouTube channel(www.youtube.com/channel/UCNv9RUbOdt8nzNLiZBtai5w), and on his various social media.
She is also a writer. “John Anthony Farina – so manly as to be holy” (November 2015) is his third book, after “No one instrumentalizes God! Pope Francis in the Holy Land: the urgency of peace” (March 2015, Gabrielli Editori), which recalls the Holy Father’s pilgrimage in May 2014, and takes the opportunity to talk about that martyred land, and, further back in time (2002), “Miracles of Love,” a social publication published by the Centro aiuto alla vita of Vicenza.
Romina reports at www.scriptandclick.com.

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