Aimed at students of Artistic Institutes and graphic schools in Sardinia, relating to the graphic study of a concept for the communication image of the Cagliari FestivalScienza 2022 edition.
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Secondary school students, after reading a book among those proposed with their teachers, will interview the author. The activity will be coordinated by Benedetta Pintus of the Gi.U.Li.A. Sardinian journalists and by Paolo Magliocco, scientific journalist
The students of a class, guided by the teacher, read a book among those proposed, participate in the author’s conference and ask the questions elaborated by the class.
The major events that are shaking the planet bring out, with ever greater evidence, the importance of correct information, understood as an essential right for the citizens of modern democracies.
In this sense, since the first editions, our Festival has hosted and hosts many of the main exponents of Italian scientific journalism, with the aim of making people understand the importance of authoritative sources, of verifying information and respecting the rules of ethics but also the quality of the story.
The GRS project: Young Reporters for Science fits into this groove through which city school students are called to deal firsthand with the journalistic profession to tell the Festival from their point of view. Real editorial meetings, assignment of the “pieces” and titling. The protagonists of the event will be given a voice with the creation of in-depth articles, interviews and photographs entirely taken by the young reporters and which will be published on the Culture page of the Unione Sarda, thanks to an important partnership with the Sardinian newspaper.
GRS: Young Reporters for Science is a project conceived and coordinated by Giuseppe Murru.
Media Partner L’Unione Sarda.