Livia Malcangio

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Livia Malcangio
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Livia Malcangio
Born (1975-12-27) December 27, 1975 (age 43)
NationalityItalian
OccupationJournalist and Human Rights Activist

Livia Malcangio is an Italian journalist, an interpreter and translator from five languages, a human rights activist, and since 1999 works for the Permanent Secretariat of the World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates.[2] Ms. Malcangio has represented the KidsRights Foundation in Italy for seven years [3] and has translated for a number of world leaders during G8 Summits, NATO Summits, humanitarian missions such as in Iraq, as well as in diplomatic meetings. She has organized missions for Nobel Peace Laureates [4] [5] and for the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). She is the Liaison Officer of Europe of the Japanese non-profit Organization ASCA, which deals with overseas students exchange programs.[6][7] She has edited books for the Italian public administration on sustainable tourism (Archaeology, Tourism & Entertainment [8][9] ) and on inter-religious dialogue (Earth and Skies of God, the Environment of Human Beings[10]). In August 2013, Ms. Malcangio has published her educational illustrative book entitled "Being Nobel", describing the courageous stories of recent Nobel Peace Laureates and reaching out thousands of students and young leaders connected to the World Summits of Nobel Peace Laureates. "This book, Being Nobel by Livia Malcangio, enables readers to learn more about recent Nobel Laureates, most of them still living, and each of whom has the potential to make some positive contributions to society. Each of their stories vividly shows how an individual can make a difference. Positive change in the world occurs because of the combined efforts of individuals and it is something in which we can all take part." - the Dalai Lama "The play on words in the title is quite thought- provoking because in order to effect positive change in this world, you should aspire to have A NOBLE SPIRIT. The winners of the Nobel Peace Prize have shown themselves to possess qualities of the highest moral character such as courage, generosity and compassion... I wish the best of success to this inspiring and educational book. I hope that the eventful stories of these extraordinary people, their dedication and sacrifice, their suffering and their triumphs, will motivate you to perform noble deeds of your own." - Mikhail Gorbachev "Every generation must walk its own journey but it is necessary to see the footsteps of those who have walked with dignity, wisdom, success, and virtue before us. Young people must be heard no doubt, but they must also be given meaningful information and not just superficiality and entertainment." Livia Malcangio. Malcangio is a citizen of the world, with a Columbian grandmother and two Swiss sons who directly descend from Niklaus von Flüe, the Swiss Patron Saint honoured among both Protestants and Catholics with the permanent national unity of Switzerland. Brother Klaus’. With her family, she produces organic hazelnuts and breeds horses in the countryside of Rome at Potrero Grande Agritourism Resort, where they also welcome eco-friendly travellers from all over the world.

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  1. ^ Malcangio, Livia. "Being Nobel". Retrieved 2013-10-16.
  2. ^ "Nobel Peace Laureates' Summit: Contacts". Permanent Secretariat of the World Summits on Nobel Peace Laureates.
  3. ^ "KidsRights Foundation: About us". KidsRights Foundation.
  4. ^ "Civil Rights Heroine Amelia Robinson Tours Italy vs. Bush's Illegal War". SCHILLER INSTITUTE.
  5. ^ "Iraq : per la prima volta dal 1991 atterra a Baghdad aereo italiano". Altracittà.org.
  6. ^ "Asca Overseas Cultural Exchange". Asca.
  7. ^ "The 12th World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates". Asca.
  8. ^ "Valorizzazione e promozione dei Teatri Antichi del Mediterraneo sul mercato del turismo culturale". Formez.
  9. ^ "IULM - Treu, Martina - Pubblicazioni". IULM.
  10. ^ "Repertorio di Libri e Pubblicazioni su Dio". adamoli.

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