Category Archives: Media education

Technology, Personal Relationships, and Coronavirus

A few days ago my children (ages 3 and 1.5 years) were trying to give their aunt a hug via the phone screen. They still haven't understood video calls, even though lately we’ve been making quite a lot of them. The pandemic, which is keeping millions and millions of people indoors around the world, makes…
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Tales of endurance, humor and hope

We have already “experienced” somehow epidemics and isolation through the great literature, for example with Manzoni and Boccaccio. In Alessandro Manzoni's Promessi Sposi (The Betrothed), chapters XXXI and XXXII deal precisely with to the rapid spread of the plague that severely affected Italy between 1629 and 1631. Giovanni Boccaccio's Decameron, in the story of ten…
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Ten Spiritual Tips to Deal with the Coronavirus Crisis

The Coronavirus crisis has changed the lives of millions and millions of people of every ethnicity, culture, social condition, religion or belief in the matter of just a few days. There are already more than one million infected people and 62 thousands of lives lost. The numbers are growing, the epidemic is knocking on our…
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Fragile, Handle with Care

“He stood on his head, the wretched man, who was made entirely of glass, and when someone approached him he would scream tremendously, pleading with words and sensible reasoning that no one should approach him because he would break; because he was made entirely of glass - from head to toe.” This is how Miguel…
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The four golden rules to protect our children’s privacy

When talking about minors and respecting their privacy, "caution" should be the keyword. But is it always like this? Are we careful enough when dealing with images and sensitive data of children? With this article we intend to offer you practical advice to respect your children's right to privacy. Social Networks are full of photos…
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