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‘Italia Inclusiva’ Notice
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‘Italia Inclusiva’ Notice

Categories: Culture and creativity -Visual Arts
  • Deadline: 04-02-2021 23:59
  • Opportunity for: emerging or mid-career photographers/video makers with tax residence in Italy

Following the reorganisation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation’s internal structure  on 8 April 2022, the  Head of Procedure of the Italia Inclusiva project, Dr. Federico Palmieri , was replaced by Dr. Carlotta Colli , vicariate of the Sixth Office of the Directorate General for the promotion of the national system.

The relative decree (3716/0021) is available at this link.


The selected photographers for the public notice ‘Italia Inclusiva’ can be found at this link.


The evaluation of the Expressions of interest submitted is available at the following link.


Italia Inclusiva is a project from the Directorate General for Cultural and Economic Promotion and Innovation that aims to promote the Italian third sector abroad, through the creation of video-photographic projects highlighting the work of six non-profit organizations engaged in a number of key areas for the achievement of the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development goals.

The six video-photographic projects will be included in six books and exhibitions that will be made available to the diplomatic-consular network and the Italian Cultural Institutes.

Who can apply?

  • Emerging or mid-career photographers/video makers or collectives with tax residence in Italy.

How to take part

  • To take part, applications must be submitted according to the procedures described in the Notice, sending the required documentation no later than 12.00 pm on 4 February 2022.

You can download the Notice and the 4 Documents for the application on this page.

Eligible entries will be assessed by an evaluation committee, with final decision, as provided for in art. 6.2 of the public notice ‘Italia Inclusiva’.
The appointed committee is composed of 5 members:

  1. a) Dr Laura Napolitano, official of the Cultural Promotion Area at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (chairwoman);
  2. b) Dr Giovanna Calvenzi, on account of her research, study and promotion of Italian and international photography and her undoubted professionalism as curator of photography exhibitions and author and editor of publications on the history of photography;
  3. c) Dr Matteo De Mayda, co-founder of the social communication lab Baringo, because of his activity as a photographer closely linked to social and environmental projects and collaboration with the third sector;
  4. d) Dr Alessandro Lombardi, Director General of the Directorate General for the Third Sector and Corporate Social Responsibility of the Ministry of Labour and Social Policies;
  5. e) Dr Anna Monterubbianesi, Communication Officer of the National Forum of the Third Sector.


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