ROMA ARCHEOLOGICA & RESTAURO ARCHITETTURA. The Capitoline Museum & The University of Missouri – The Hidden Treasures of Rome: Two separate anti-govt. protests held in Italian capital city. PRESSTV [Video] (02|12|2014).
— Press Tv rapporto gentile concessione di Dott.ssa Antonia Falcone | Profession Archeologo https://twitter.com/pr_archeologo (02|12|2014).
Note: Roma: Archeologici protestano altre notizie in lingua inglese della protesta a Roma nel 2009-14:
— ELISABETTA POVOLEDO, Angst Among the Ruins: Protests in Italy. THE NEW YORK TIMES ONLINE EDITION (March 11th, 2009) & Originally published in print on March 12, 2009, page C3.
— Judith Harris, [Rome’s] Warrior Archaeologists on the March [26.02.2009]). ITALY.ORG
— ROMA si moderna e il suo passato silenzioamento si sgreta, THE NEW YORK TIMES (06/07/2010), pp. C1 & C5.
— Rome’s La Sapienza University – Italian Students Languish in University While Joblessness Soars, BLOOMBERG NEWS (09/06/2013).
— Monumental mess: Rome’s mayor getting thumbs down – Romans sick of traffic chaos; unpaid tickets haven’t helped. THE AP NEWS | YAHOO NEWS (24|11|2014).
Rome, Italy. The Capitoline Museum & The University of Missouri – The Hidden Treasures of Rome – Two separate anti-govt. protests held in Italian capital city. PRESSTV (02|12|2014).
Cultural heritage professionals have staged a protest rally in the Italian capital Rome to denounce the inadequacy of government policies to preserve the country’s vast cultural heritage. Also, thousands of agro-food workers took to the streets of the city for another anti-government rally.
Cultural heritage professionals from across Italy gathered in central Rome on Saturday to stage a protest against the government and its policies aimed at preserving and promoting the country’s immense cultural patrimony. Archeologists, archivists, librarians, restorers and art-historians lament that successive governments have only been able to introduce budget cuts in the last years with the result that cultural heritage professional workers in Italy are among the lowest paid in Europe. Furthermore they accuse the government of trying to privatize the sector and increasingly rely on the voluntary sector for preserving cultural heritage and running cultural institutions. The anti-establishment party Five Star Movement has recently raised a parliamentary question to the Ministry of Heritage and Cultural Activities about a programme called the Hidden treasure of Rome. The programme provides for thousands of historical artefacts dating back to before the founding of Rome to be sent to the United States and examined and catalogued by an American University. A few kilometers away, always on Saturday, over 5,000 agri-food sector workers staged another anti-government demonstration organized by trade unions CGIL and UIL. They denounced that one third of the agro-food market is produced through undeclared and illegal work in Italy urging the executive to tackle the issue and finally pay the salary to forestry workers after a four-month delay.
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Rome, Italy – Two separate anti-govt. protests held in Italian capital city. PRESSTV (02|12|2014).
— Roma, Pantheon, archeologi e restauratori in piazza: “Il lavoro si paga, basta gratis”, LA REPUBBLICA (29|11|2014).
— ROMA, PROTESTA IN PIAZZA DEL PANTHEON – Gli addetti ai Beni culturali: «No lavoro gratis, la cultura si paga» Tanti i manifestanti che, dopo la protesta degli archeologi in Campidoglio, sono scesi in piazza per il riconoscimento delle competenze professionali, più fondi e tutele. CORRIERE DELLA SERA (29|11|2014).
— Roma, va in scena la Grande Tristezza Viaggio nella capitale sfasciata dal degrado, REPORTAGE | l’Espresso (28|11|2014).
— Roma, Marino toglie lavoro agli archeologi italiani: negli Usa reperti di Roma – Umiliata la professionalità degli italiani, SECOLO D’ ITALIA (27|11|2014).
— Roma: Archeologici protestano in Campidoglio: “Non siamo a costo zero,” LA REPUBBLICA (27|11|2014).
— Roma, L’Università del Missouri, una delle principali università straniere destinatarie del progetto “I tesori di Roma” del Comune di Roma – Alla ricerca di un professore di Arte Romana e Archeologia (30|11| 2014).
— Roma, Domus Aurea, affari d’oro. Ma solo per i privati Così vincono le “larghe intese” della cultura (…) i concessionari della SSBAR: Electa (famiglia Berlusconi) e Coopculture (rossa Legacoop). L’Espresso (11|11|2014) & LA REP. (12|11|2014).
— Roma, “The Hidden Treasure of Rome,” MUSEI CAPITOLINI, ENEL & UNI. OF MISSOURI [COLUMBIA] (09|2014 & 11|2014). [foto 1 di 18].