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a project of
MUSIC,DANCE and ARCHITECTURE
about deaths at work (workplace deaths)
We are facing the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression of the 1930s. The risk is that all the rights acquired in years of struggle are now being surrendered in the name of the economic crisis.
Job security and dignity at work cannot be just words on paper.
We have created a spaziorisonante (resonant space) where we can change the daily life at work to life with sound and dance, a metropolitan space like in any suburb of the world, or just inner being. A space where Victims of Accidents at Work consume their days, that work which should give dignity to the person, and should give meaning to the existence of human beings, instead all leads to death too often.
The spaziorisonante becomes, in its most complex form, a real installation art, a real space: a resonantDITTICO.
The project consists of 4 elements:
1) video no.1 NO CRASH, spaziorisonante 2) video no.2 HOPE, apertamente 3) resonant DITTICO 4) awareness campaign
70° Giornata Nazionale ANMIL per le Vittime degli Incidenti sul Lavoro
Musica, Danza e Istituzioni si incontrano sul tema Dignità e Sicurezza sul Lavoro
11th october 2020 _ Palazzo d'Accursio, Cappella Farnese_ Bologna 70th ANMIL National Day for Victims of Accidents at Work Music, Dance and Institutions come together to discuss about Dignity and Safety at Work read more
Every day, the number of people filing for unemployment or fired is constantly increasing: rising unemployment and financial stress are causing suffering and deaths on the whole working class....
why workplace deaths ...
Why workplace deaths, follow
Do we take the world back to where it was before the coronavirus outbreak? Or, do we redesign the world? The decision is entirely ours. Economists are well aware of the pandemic-related risks: labour exploitation, falling wages, and a new form of slavery on the horizon with people working with neither rights nor protection.
People need neither charity nor pity: they need to work. Work means dignity: providing for one’s needs and family. Besides making money, it is a meaningful daily life activity, it means being motivated to get up, making the difference. No work, no future.
Work, however, without a contract, in dangerous working conditions and with no protection is another word for slavery.
The greatest risk of all is indeed that those rights acquired over years of struggle, such as legal protection, minimum wages, paid parental leave and workplace safety, are now given up in the name of the economic crisis.
In 2020, after 75 years, it is worth remembering the 23rd article of the Universal Declaration of Human rights, that is to say Every grown-up has the right to do a job, to a fair wage for their work, and to join a trade union, as well as the first article of the Italian constitution, which reads Italy is a democratic Republic founded on labour.
Where can another seed be planted? Where can we start from?
From what we need the most: to be safe, at home and at work. Workplace, the place where the right to life and the right to work are so strictly intertwined.
Workplace safety refers to the working environment and encompasses all factors that impact the safety, health, and well-being of working people. Investments should be made right now to eliminate the leading causes of preventable injuries and deaths, since the worst part is, the majority of these deaths are always preventable.
On one hand the pandemic imposes new rules on workplace health and safety procedures but, on the other hand, a constantly increasing number of workers are forced to accept any working condition to make a living.
Surrounding hazards, workplace stress, appropriate use of tools, accessible crisis exits, use of mechanical assistance, safety equipment… we should all become familiar with these terms and make sure workplaces are secure and safe for everybody.
Our project focuses on all those measures that have to be applied to avoid deaths at work, to avoid a crash.
28 giugno 2020 _ 10° Social Business Day
Massimo Bettalico and Paola Samoggiapresent «NO CRASH» project to Nobel Prize Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus the International Yunus Centres network in a speech at 10° Social Business Day (streaming from Munich) ....
10° Social Business Day...
10° Social Business Day - segue
Producers worked with Urbino Yunus Centre in 2019 for "27dollars multimedia chamber opera" World Premiere, freely inspired by the Nobel Prize first book; Muhammad Yunus was attending the show at Teatro della Fortuna in Fano and expressed great enthusiasm for the artistic quality of performance.
Composer Paola Samoggia has been working with Muhammad Yunus for many years and had already spoken about "Art and Social Issues" at Social Business Days in India and Thailand.
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