FAL is the protagonist of a day dedicated to anticorruption promoted with the University of Foggia and Regional School Offices of Apulia and Basilicata. From the station of Ferrovie Appulo Lucane of Bari scalo the “No corruption train” has left for Matera. Over 150 students coming from 10 high schools of Apulia have gone on board a FAL train together with professors and organizers, to witness how the culture of legality should spread and start from the new generations.
The initiative, promoted by FAL, University of Foggia, Regional School Offices of Apulia and Basilicata, has included at 9.30 a.m. in the FAL station of Bari scalo, the institutional salute of the Mayor of Bari, Antonio Decaro and of the president of FAL, Matteo Colamussi.
At 10.30 a.m. the train branded “No corruption train” has left for Matera.
At 3.00 p.m. at the auditorium “R. Gervasio”, Matera, the volume “Ethics, legality and efficiency in the Public Administration” (by Nunzio Angiola, Giuseppe Mongelli and Enzo Varricchio), with the participation of the most important members of the local Institutions, of the representatives of The Bar and of the Law Society. The intervention of the representatives of the students has closed the event.
List of the schools participating: IISS Alpi Montale of Rutigliano, Liceo Classico De Sanctis of Trani, IISS Bianchi Dottula of Bari, IISS Panetti of Bari, Liceo scientifico Federico II of Altamura, Liceo classico Cagnazzi of Altamura, Liceo classico Zingarelli of Cerignola, Liceo scientifico Fermi Monticelli of Brindisi, IISS Galilei Costa of Lecce, Liceo classico Tito Livio of Martina Franca.
Watch the report by Tg Norba from Matera