Irene Pittatore (1979) is an artist and journalist based in Turin (Italy). She develops art projects with a strong participatory nature for universities, museums, businesses, social services, books and magazines, considering art as an agent of emancipation, individuation and care. Her projects, performances, interventions have been presented/exhibited at Artissima, Camera – Centro Italiano per la Fotografia, Lovers Film Festival, Opera Barolo, Polo del ‘900 (Turin – IT), Aspesi (Milan – IT), Cittadellarte Fondazione Pistoletto (Biella – IT), Museo MACRO (Rome – IT), Orizzonti Verticali Festival in the garden of the Galleria Continua in San Gimignano (Siena – IT), ArtVerona (Verona – IT), Museo di Palazzo Grimani (Venice – IT), Arts Santa Mònica (Barcelona – SP), Es Baluard Museum (Palma de Mallorca – SP), Festival In&Out with the participation of Villa Arson (Nice – FR), Festival Jeu de l’Oie(MUCEM and Aix-Marseille Universitè – FR), Biennale des Jeunes Créateurs d’Europe et de la Méditerranée, 12 Bienal de la Habana OFF.

Isabelle Demangeat (1958, Alger) has 27 years of experience in diversity and inclusion coaching, training and development. Before setting up her own business, she was responsible for equal opportunities and diversity programmes for 2500 employees of a service company. She works for several international companies and non for profit institutions. Her career has led her to explore different aspects of interculturality and diversity. She works in four languages in Europe, India and 20+ other countries. She has lived in France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland and has often stayed in different regions of India. She has contributed to numerous international publications on interculturality and diversity, as well as on leadership and organising work in multi-site teams.

L’amavo troppo e le ho sparato (I Loved Her Too Much And I Shot Her) is a project supported by the Centro Studi e Documentazione Pensiero Femminile ETS, based in Turin, which has been carrying out activities against gender-based violence for 26 years through research, training and education. The Center deals with projects aiming at the realisation of equal opportunities and non-discrimination. It collaborates with universities, the third sector, businesses and institutions. Since 2018, the Center has been implementing the SAFE project for relationship education with the aim of promoting an education free from stereotypes and prejudices, enhancing the formative aspects of family relationships, internalising and translating into one’s own experience the idea of the identical value of all human beings and opposing violence and (cyber)bullying. SAFE, through alliances between for-profit and non-profit organisations, feeds a fund to provide a network of 19 territorial nodes, spread in all Italian regions. It provides financial, communicative and didactic tools to carry out educational interventions for the prevention of gender-based violence in schools and other locations for the public, in companies and organisations.