With Giovanni Terzi to listen extraordinary stories

Giovanni Terzi is a journalist and a writer with a particular inclination: to tell the stories and dramas of those humble, courageous people who are often forgotten. As he himself states in the pages of his blog, they are “women and men who have been able to do epic challenges starting from their own dramas and who have dared life with ever so unchanged determination”. With the amount of experience within those stories, being painful and enthralling at the same time, Giovanni Terzi will visit us during the WeFree Days of 2017. And one thing is certain. In the company […]

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Saturnino Celani

At the Forumio show, there will be an exceptional moderator: Saturnino Celani He is a collector of jackets since a teenager, he also has a thing with eyeglasses. But his true passion is much older. It is called music and is identified with a precise instrument: the bass. It is Saturnino Celani, a famous Italian bassist who, for over twenty years, has joined Jovanotti with whom he has a faithful and extremely creative link. On stage, Saturnino has always been distinguished by his energy and unquestionable artistic qualities. On the other hand, outside the stage, he has also been able […]

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Francesco Furiassi at the WeFree Days 2017

From Privately Owned Enterprises (POE’s) to Socially-Owned Enterprises (SOE’s) From Croatia to Italy crossing the sea with a kayak, a paddle and a limitless supply of energy. The route Rovigno-Pesaro by now can be called his own. It belongs to him permanently. Francesco Furiassi, in 2006, covered it all: 165 km non-stop in 22 hours and 4 minutes. For a total of 168.000 paddle strokes. A feat that sent him directly to the European Guinness records. The young athlete was only 24. Today that he is 33 years old, what is he doing? Is he basking in his brilliant past? […]

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Silvia Avallone and the crazy path to be oneself

A fork in the road. Who’s never encountered one? In front of the situation of stopping and considering one’s own destiny there are always two paths. There’s the conventional one, taken by most people: without any dangers or unexpectedness. But there is also the alternative path, the one approached by few because winding and uncertain. Silvia Avallone was still a student when she chose the second path. At 24 years old she discarded the alleged normal path and started on what she herself defined as “the crazy path”. The path of writing, of narrative. A path made of struggles and […]

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Straight to North Cape. A story that doesn’t seem real.

I’ve read and re-read the newspapers multiple times. Both online and on paper they all said the same thing. The story of a very long, adventurous trip: 11.000 km crossing 11 European countries with North Cape as the destination. A part of the trip by car, another alternating trekking and cycling. A total of 11.000 km to get there, to the Artic Sea. I don’t believe anything that I’ve read. Because I know Andrea and Massimo, the supposed protagonists of this feat, and they don’t seem at all the right people to do something like that. I’m talking about Andrea […]

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