Milano today is above all a very stimulating city from the point of view of cultural production.
Personally, it has given me a lot from a professional point of view and continues to be full of special people with whom I can do interesting things.
There is a deeply rooted creative community and many people who work in the social sector to regenerate communities on the margins with a new project that enhances the unexpressed potential of the areas still ghettoized.
We already have many virtuous experiences, I speak of small neighborhood projects such as the library of Baggio, the skatepark of Gratosoglio, the market of Lorenteggio, the Trotter Park, the social garden of Niguarda, that of Legambiente in Viale Padova, the popular festival of Super.
I always visit these kind of projects with enthusiasm, perhaps because I feel them very close to the work of my NGO.
Connected to this theme is that of Social Policies, which in Milano is very strong because we have a very tenacious team in the department.
We must continue to work on social cohesion, on the labor insertion of the weaker sections, on the integration of foreign people.
In my own little way I try to do it, and as I see it Milano is a solidarity city.