The GUIDE "WHERE to eat, to sleep, to wash oneself" 2009
This booklet is a compass to hold in pocket to orientate oneself in the city. There are listed the places where in Rome one can have help and be welcomed.
These are also the places where in Rome one can help and welcome.
Someone of these, however, could be escaped. Any suggestions that can make the guide more complete are appreciated.
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In Italy the guide is published in:
Rome, Milan, Genoa, Naples
In Spain in Barcelona
Dedicated to Modesta Valenti
Modesta Valenti lived at the Termini Railway Station in Rome. On January 31 1983 she felt ill and died without assistance: the staff of the ambulance, arrived in time, refused to take her on board because she was too filthy. Since then, January 31 became the day of memory of the persons that died on the street. On proposal of the Community of Sant'Egidio, the Commune of Rome named after Modesta a virtual road, via Modesta Valenti, for the personal registration of the homeless.
La povertà relativa in Italia
La povertà degli anziani
La fatica di vivere (storie)
Sant'Egidio e i poveri a Roma
La guida per i senza dimora: DOVE MANGIARE, DORMIRE, LAVARSI 2009
Rapporto sulla povertà nel 2008
WHERE to eat, to sleep, to wash oneself
19 years together
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