Thu, Feb 15 2024, 4 - 5pm Testo evento On Thursday 15th February 2024, at 4 p.m., at the Androna Baciocchi hall, in via Elisa Baciocchi 4, Trieste, there will be a symposium entitled "Migrants: Reception or Rejection".PROGRAMME:Greetings: Msgr. Enrico Trevisi, Bishop of TriesteMain speaker: Card. Agostino MARCHETTO, Vatican City‘Pastoral care of human mobility (migrants)’With the participation of:Cristiano Degano, president of the professional association of journalists of the Friuli Venezia Giulia regionAntonio Russo, full professor of Moral Philosophy at the University of Trieste and scientific director of Fondazione BrusuttiValter Sergo, Vice Rector of the University of TriesteModerating the meeting will be Don Marco Eugenio Brusutti, President of Fondazione Brusutti and editor-in-chief of the Trieste diocese’s weekly Il Domenicale di San Giusto.Migration processes cannot be considered the exclusive responsibility of administrations or governments. Actually, migrations affect the most diverse spheres of life and society: economics, sociology, security, politics and family are some of the action and meeting grounds for dealing with these processes.Card. Agostino Marchetto, former Apostolic Nuncio, officer of the Vatican State Secretariat and secretary of the Pontifical Council for the Pastoral Care of Migrants and Itinerant People, will present his vision of the migration phenomenon together with the president of the professional association of journalists of the Friuli Venezia Giulia region, Cristiano Degano, and professor Antonio Russo.The aim is to bring together university students, journalists, politicians, but also volunteers and researchers, in order to gain a better understanding of the topic. Migrations force us to reflect, to rewrite, but also to observe and listen to contemporary society, citizenship rights and social networks. Much is emerging in terms of entrepreneurship, studies, legal and social aspects. Studying the phenomenon can therefore help to acquire a greater awareness of the world we live in, of the risks, of the problems we need to face in a calm and serious manner.Organising Committee: Corrado Barbacini, journalist; Don Marco Brusutti, President of Fondazione Brusutti; Antonio Russo, full professor of Moral Philosophy at the University of Trieste.