Atletico Diritti, a very special football team composed of refugees, people in the criminal system and students, takes the pitch for its fourth season, playing in the name of integration, anti-racism and human rights for all.
The award, given in part by the Italian National Olympic Committee, was given for the sports club's outstanding efforts in the field of integration.
A conference organized by Atletico Diritti, Antigone and Progetto Diritti highlights discrimination in the process to register a team with the Italian Football Federation.
The spread of the initiative seeking truth and justice for Giulio Regeni shows that Italians will not let the young researcher's torture and murder go unpunished.
A unique football team from Rome takes the field every Sunday to promote integration, anti-racism and human rights for all.
This is going to be a very special week for the people of Todi, as their town will host the first Human Rights International Film Festival to take place in Italy. The festival will include 10 feature films and 20...
The young Italian filmmaker Alessandro Marinelli, who in 2014 won the prestigious Ilaria Alpi award for best documentary, has made a film on Atletico Diritti, the football team made up of migrants and former prisoners...