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Stop child abuse using Art

Stop child abuse using Art

The Exhibition

Rome, Italy [Notizie Avventiste]. The Adventist Church in Italy has organized an “TheSevenCampaign" initiative, using Italian religious tax funds, and has welcomed the artist Claudia Bellocchi, with her art called “Tanaliberatutti".

October 03, 2013 | Notizie Avventiste; CD EUDNews;

Rome, Italy [Notizie Avventiste]. The Adventist Church in Italy has organized an “TheSevenCampaign" initiative, using Italian religious tax funds, and has welcomed the artist Claudia Bellocchi, with her art called “Tanaliberatutti".

The exhibition was divided into three parts: starting with her first work on paper, Claudia Bellocchi, in fact, moves on to video, making her point clear through the animation of 'guache'; finally Bellocchi makes exceptional use of words and space with the support of actress Luisa Stagni. 'Prevention is better than cure', that is Claudia Bellocchi's message, the exhibition allows reflection on the subject, putting the issue on a conscious level: making everyone involved and knowledgeable is an opportunity to improve society and avoid another form of abuse.

"TheSevenCampaign" - Stop child abuse" (www.thesevencampaign.com) engages 200 countries and makes it a point to use any suitable suggestion to stop this tragedy: a global movement accepting any involvement and commitment to raise awareness on this issue.

The campaign, showing love and solidarity, has already started: the initiative has been accepted and many volunteers are already on board to provide support.

The first "Tanaliberatutti" exhibition was held with success in Rome, on September 27. Elsa Cozzi, Children's Ministries Director at a EUD level and main sponsor of the event, commented:"We are proud of the fruitful achievements of this event and thank all the participants and the fantastic italian team of support." Other Italian cities will host the exhibition in the future.

picture: Elsa Cozzi, EUD Children's Ministries Director;

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