We give safety priority: the best videos of students are awarded

We put safety first. Three finalist videos made by the students

The “Carducci-Volta-Pacinotti” Institute of Piombino (LI) is the winner: it gets the full funding of 10 AM driving licenses for deserving students. Runner-up ass Institut “Della Corte-Vanvitelli” de Cava dei Tirreni (SA) which entitles the holder to finance 5 licenses for students

The Project “We put safety first“On the prevention of traffic accidents in Italian schools, presented by the Vittorio Veneto Salvemini Institute of Latina and promoted by the MIUR Ministry of Education, with the participation of schools from all over Italy.

The “Carducci-Volta-Pacinotti” Video

The students made a short film illustrating the drama of a traffic accident caused by the use of smartphones while driving. The video goes on to represent an alien reality: three aliens from the distant planet Osiris comment that their fellow citizens, albeit analogous to terrestrial, have long understood that “life is too important to live in danger; and that d ‘People still have a long way to go’. The institute stood out for its creativity and execution, characterized by various shooting techniques. As a prize, the funding of 10 free AM driving licenses for the deserving students. Here is the link to the video

The “Della Corte-Vanvitelli”

Second place is the “Della Corte-Vanvitelli” Institute of Cava dei Tirreni (SA), which is entitled to the funding of 5 free AM driving licenses for the deserving students. Their video, entirely of graphic animation, focuses on the root causes of road accidents and the failure to comply with safety regulations. Here is the link to the video

The “Vittorio Veneto Salvemini”

Honest mention to the students of the Institute “Vittorio Veneto Salvemini” of Latina for their commitment. Here is the link to the video

The project, together with the Local Police and the Prevention Department, the Traffic Police, the Association of Road Victims, involves schools spread across Italian territory and dozens of students in 5 Italian regions, with the aim of creating a culture of safety create through school education, become safer and more conscious road users and protect their own and others’ health.

Giusy Versace, Paralympic athlete

The support of the Paralympic athletes Giusy Versace was crucial to the success of the initiative. Here is the video she recorded about it

“This is an issue that is very close to my heart, because after the road accident I had, I felt even more than necessary to build a culture of respect and caution through road education, especially among young people,” said Giusy Versace. “For this reason, I am happy to support this initiative and I thank all those who make their contribution; together we can make a difference”.

The jury

In the jury, professionals in the specific areas of communication and video: Jury President Paolo Brambilla, Adviser to the Lombardy Journalists’ Order; Francesca Lovatelli Caetani, journalist, writer and communications expert; Luca Carcano, CEO of Recarcano Srl, Expert in Videomaking, Editing, Directing and Broadcasting for Mediaset, Infinity and Sky; Paolo Mazzanti, journalist and editorial director of the National Press Agency AskaNews; Camilla Giannelli, owner of Web Art Direction Camileonte Studio.

The word to the principals

“We are proud as an institute to have participated in this very important project; I am particularly grateful to my colleague Marina Rossi for being involved in this experience. The fact that the students are the real protagonists of the project is certainly a Plus-value, because it shows how the school is increasingly trying to talk to the young people with the means they are known for and governed by their logic, ”he says. . Sabrina Zottola, Dean of the Carducci-Volta-Pacinotti Institute. of Piombino (LI).

“Protecting one’s own safety and that of others is an indispensable value for everyone,” he said Marina Rossi, Dean of the Vittorio Veneto Salvemini Institute – In order for the roads to be safe places, it is not enough, however, to displace wrongdoing, to impose fines on those who break the law: a culture of road safety must be created, from the bottom up, with schooling and find effective communication methods that can only be identified among colleagues.

“We give security priority”

School education project on road safety presented by Vittorio Veneto Salvemini Institute of Latina (LT) and funded by the Ministry of Education. The initiative is being carried out in collaboration with the local police and the prevention department and with the support and testimony of Paralympic athlete Giusy Versace; Speakers are Dr Pietro Gammardella and Dr Silvia Iacovacci. The schools involved are: IIS “Vittorio Veneto Salvemini” (LT), IIS “Della Corte-Vanvitelli” Cava dei Tirreni (SA), IIS “G. Filangieri” Cava dei Tirreni (SA), IIS “A. Volta” Nicosia ( EN), CPIA Morbegno (SO), IIS “Carducci-Volta-Pacinotti” Piombino (LI). Students from each school must produce a 2-minute short film about road safety, which is then judged by an external jury; There are 15 fully funded licenses in place, 10 for the first class and 5 for the second.

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