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About The Event
The Labor Festival is an itinerant event organised by the National Council of the Order of Labor Consultants and the Foundation for Labor Consultants Studies. Born as a Category event, the Labor Festival, after 10 editions, is a unique event of its kind that hosts all the protagonists of the world of work, from institutions to trade unions, from professionals to workers, from academics to students who discuss on issues of law, work and current affairs. The appointment was born with the aim of analyzing a constantly changing world of work and identifying strategic solutions for the relaunch of businesses and the country. The Festival is characterised by being a three-day event full of thematic events.
Thirteen rooms set up in the 2019 edition at Mi.Co. of Milan for a total of 171 events simultaneously during the three days: "Auditorium", "Law room", "Island of active policies", "Island of social security", "Workshop of ideas", "Workshop profession 2030", "Classroom of opportunities" (2 rooms), "Classroom of orientation", "Agora", "Business and territory", "Tower". Among the spaces of the Festival there is also the one dedicated to books to host the publications of exponents of the world of politics, journalism and economics. Numerous authors and publishing houses have participated over the years. Among them: Carlo Cottarelli, Oscar di Montigny, Shirin Ebadi (Nobel Peace Prize 2003), Luciano Fontana, Alan Friedman, Mario Giordano, Walter Passerini, Oney Tapia, Giulio Tremonti, Marcello Veneziani. The latest edition saw over 300 guests and 12 thousand participants. The large participation in the event was amplified by the "media and social" dimension: 10 live broadcasts, 181 accredited journalists, over 500 thousand views for the live broadcasts on Festivaldellavoro.it and on Facebook, enriched by filming and interviews with the protagonists directly from the backstage of the Festival, and more than 700 thousand accesses to the official website of the event.
The Festival is also characterised by a rich collateral program: from cultural visits to admire the artistic heritage of the city that hosts the Festival from year to year to theatrical or sketch shows on issues related to work and society, passing through musical concerts of nationally and internationally renowned artists. Among the names of the artists who took part in the previous editions: Ale and Franz, Antonio Albanese, Edoardo Bennato, Enrico Bertolino, Pino Insegno, Teresa Mannino, Casa Surace and many others. In the 2018 edition, in particular, the concert by the English singer, Banners, author of the theme song of the 2017 and 2018 Labor Festival: "Someone to you".