Benvenuti – Welcome – Bienvenue – Bienvenida – Herzlich – Willkommen – Καλώς ορίσατε – Välkommen – Velkommen – Wolkom – Vítej – добро – пожаловать – Dobro – Pozhalovat’ – أهلا وسهلامَرْحَباً – ברוך הבא – Shalom – Tenastelin- እንኳን ደህና መጣህ – እንቋዕ ብደሐን መጻእካ – Karibu – Bem-vinda – Tashi Delek – স্বাগত – Sbāgata – ようこそ – Yōkoso – 歡迎 – Aloha – स्वागत – 欢迎 – 환영합니다 – Тавтай морилогтун – సుస్వాగతం – Tuloy po kayo – Kale ah maruhabaa – Welkom – Hoşgeldiniz – Bem-vindo – ¡Bienvenido – 欢迎 – Witaj – Isten hozott – Fiţi bineveniţi – Tervetuloa – Vitajte – Bonvenon – Dobrodošli – Benvingut – Mirë se vjen – خوش آمديد – Bi xêr bît, Bi xêr hatî – კეთილი იყოს თქვენი/შენი მობრძანება

International Day of Peace in Rome

21 September 2020

Villaggio della Pace will kick-off in Rome on the 21st of September 2020 on the occasion of the International Day of Peace. Different events will be held in Rome and online: a peace march, workshops and webinars. These events will involve young people from all around the world who will engage in dialogue with Nobel Peace Prize laureates, institutional representatives, charismatic national leaders and international stakeholders.

Dresscode: wear a solid t-shirt, choose one of the rainbow colors!

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Flashmob of Peace

To inaugurate the beginning of Villaggio della Pace, we had planned a peace march in Rome. But due to COVID-19, we will march next year!

This year we have organized a Flash Mob for Peace instead.

To partecipate:

Wear a colorful t-shirt.

At 6:30 pm, throw a colorful balloon at the sky or tie it to the window.

Send a photo or video using the form on the citizens page (or the Facebook page) of Villaggio della Pace, or tag us on Facebook or Instagram.

COVID-19: if you are more than one person and you want to take to the streets, remember to respect the new containment and management measures for the COVID-19 emergency adopted by the Council of Ministers, and achive it by keeping a safe distance. Don't forget to wear yor mask.

  • Plenary
  • Circular Economy
  • Green Corridor
  • Politics, the Art of Governing
  • Humanitarian Corridors

A moment to get to know each other

21 September 2020

The occasion for participants in Villaggio della Pace is to share with, and to meet, each other. Each one of us has his or her own needs, but through knowledge we discover that some are common needs: emotions, vulnerability, impressions, sadness, dissatisfaction, elation or resilience are shared feelings. Co-sharing means shaping a more united and supportive community.This is a moment that expresses one of the values of Villaggio della Pace: it tries to link and connect opinions and lives from all around the world.

On the 21st of September the afternoon plenary session will be held in English to welcome international speakers and young people.

See you soon!

«La pace è una scelta. Impariamo ad agire insieme»

«Peace is a choice. Let’s learn to act together»

«La paix est un choix. Apprenons à agir ensemble»

Amedeo Ciaccheri, President of the 8th Municipality of Rome, is an Italian activist and politician. Born in Rome, he grew up in the Garbatella neighborhood where he attended schools of all kinds. He attended the Socrates State High School, where he began his political militancy. His commitment as a street educator is the distinctive element of his political education, and his Piero Bruno Community School Project, founded within La Strada community center in Rome, has become a model of contrasting early school leaving, a phenomenon that is also widespread in other Roman districts. Since January 2020 he is spokesperson of the "Liberare Roma" Movement.

Paula Marques, Councilor for Housing and Local Development Policies of the Municipality of Lisbon since 2013. Born in Porto, she graduated in Law and Performing Arts, and worked as an actress and theater and film producer. In 2006 she actively participated in the political struggle for the right to housing and held various roles in the Lisbon administration.

Asadi Shams, Human Rights Commissioner and Head of the Human Rights Office of the City of Vienna since September 2015. The Human Rights Office is a part of the City Administration and acts as a connecting link between the different departments of the city and different organizations. She deals with security policies from the perspective of human rights and children’s rights, combating human trafficking and developing new projects to promote human rights and social development. The office facilitates dialogue and cooperation between NGOs, governmental organizations and the civil society, both at local and international levels to implement the City Council’s declaration “Vienna, a City of Human Rights”.

Tony Nader, M.D., is a medical doctor trained at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Ph.D. in neuroscience) and Harvard University, and a globally recognized Vedic scholar. As Maharishi Mahesh Yogi’s successor, Dr Nader is head of the international Transcendental Meditation® organizations in over 100 countries. From the Americas to Asia, from Europe to Africa, Dr Nader guides the Transcendental Meditation program and its advanced practices, and the practical applications of this technology in all areas of national life – education, health, business, defense, agriculture, and more.

Circular Economy

Circular Economy: social development.

21 September 2020 at 10:30 @Villaggio della pace

This round table deals with the close connection between economics and social development, analyzing how inclusion contributes to the improvement of human development. Dialogue and comparison are synonymous with hospitality and lead to the growth of society itself.

Topics: environmental impact, economic influence on the international level, young people, human rights and inclusion.

Participants: The workshop moderator is Paolo Conti, a well-known Corriere della Sera journalist since 1980. The guests are Annamaria Aisha Tiozzo, founder of the Italian halal certification center, member of WHAD (World Halal Development), and Marco Crescenzi, founder and President of Social Change School and columnist for Il Fatto Quotidiano and the Huffington Post.

During the extensive discussion held in the rooms of the former Latin paper mill, the guests analyzed the close link between inclusion, social development and the economy. The topics covered were various, first of all the impact that economic development has on the environment. Both speakers agreed that it is essential to reduce the environmental impact and create a more "human" development. Annamaria Aisha Tiozzo explored the theme of Islam as a green religion, leading to the conclusion that a company must have a strong set of ethics, from the search for resources to the final product.

Another important topic that emerged from the questions of moderator Paolo Conti is the influence that circular economy can have in the field of international relations, which can not only change the financial sphere but can also create international networks, especially in the European context.

Among the audience, a representative of the student magazine Scomodo wonders who should be the protagonists of a dialogue on climate policies.

Another intervention by a boy from Gambia led to the topic of young people, stuck between the fight for human rights and exploitation.

The response of the speakers delves into the importance of recreating a community in which young people are supported and included, in which resources, including cultural ones, are enhanced so that the civil economy and the green economy can go hand in hand.

Marco Crescenzi underlines the significant weight of cultural thought and the need to intervene within schools and universities. The workshop closes with an invitation to rethink the consumer as a citizen and a "green" entrepreneur, who is part of a community where wealth is distributed.

Franco Balzi is the mayor of Santorso (Vicenza, Italy). Balzi enjoys his nickname, “the mayor of refugees”, and in fact  he has made a difference in this context, so much so that his model has become a national example appreciated even by the Pope.

Stanislao Di Piazza, Undersecretary of State of the Ministry of Labor and Social Policies in the Conte II Government. In 1990 he was elected municipal councilor in Palermo with the Christian Democrats. He joined the 5 Star Movement in 2017, the following year he was elected senator. Since 2015 he has been the representative for Southern Italy of Etica Sgr – Gruppo Banca etica, after having been director of the Palermo branch for many years.

Annamaria Aisha Tiozzo is an Italian Muslim professional active in the field of export strategies and in the impact of Islamic religious prescriptions on the markets (in particular, but not limited to, the countries of Southeast Asia and the Gulf). She founded the Italian Halal certification center, also known as HALAL ROMA, member of WHAD (World Halal Development). While also certifying food, feed and the meat segment, WHAD has a particular expertise in the field of cosmetics and halal chemicals, which prompted the company to be chosen by the largest international beauty fair (COSMOPROF) to create and guide the first world pavilion on halal cosmetics and Muslim friendly spas. WHAD has also been supporting and sponsoring Muslim youth and women's associations in Italy (for example, GMI – young Muslims of Italy), and is also active in interreligious dialogue through conferences and cooking shows ("The cuisines of the Book" is dedicated to the food prescriptions of the 3 religions of the Holy Book).

Francesco Petrelli has been working closely with NGOs since 1992. He specializes in the implementation of education and training activities aimed at students, teachers, association operators and in information and awareness campaigns on development issues. Since 2013, he has been spokesperson for CONCORD Italy National Platform, which is part of the Confederation of European NGOs CONCORD Europe. He is a lecturer at the Roman "La Sapienza" and “Roma Tre” universities, at the State University of Milan and at the ISPI Institute in Milan. As a co-author, he has collaborated on several publications focusing on the issues of development and Global Citizenship Education.

Maurizio Del Bufalo, president of the Cinema e Diritti (Cinema and Rights) Association – and General Coordinator of its Festival. Cinema e Diritti is a non-profit association established with the aim of making the "Cinema of Human Rights" known in Southern Italy and the South of the World, in order to promote a culture of universal rights through the images of films and documentaries that tell the living conditions of people and peoples who walk the difficult path of democracy and equality, and offering examples of human resistance to the daily abuses and violations perpetrated by institutions and organizations. In this sense, since 2008, "Cinema e Diritti" has been organizing, coordinating and promoting the Naples Human Rights Film Festival. This choice was inspired by the example of Latin America where the "Cine de Derechos Humanos" has achieved important acclaim thanks to its relentless fight. Since 2009, thanks to the commitment of "Cinema e Diritti" and to the Festival, it joined the Human Rights Film Festival Network (HRFN), an organization coordinated by Amnesty International and based in Amsterdam.

Green Corridor

Green Corridor: economic development.

21 September 2020 at 10:30 @Villaggio della pace

This round table addresses the link between economic development and respect for the rights and dignity of workers. At the center of the debate is the need for common international rules to ensure equal workers’ dignity, combating exploitation and non-contractual work.

Topics: Decent work, workers' rights and economic development, combating labor exploitation, interreligious dialogue in the workplace.

Participants: the meeting, moderated by journalist Kristin Engvig, was attended by Imam Yahya Sergio Yahe Pallavicini (Vice President of the Italian Islamic Religious Community, advisor to the Ministry of the Interior in the Council for Italian Islam and President of  ISESCO – Council for Education and Culture in the West), entrepreneur in the confectionery and agricultural sector Claudio Papa, international cooperation expert and designer Marco Casavecchia and representative of Amnesty International Claudio Nicosia (contact person for the education and training sector).

Among others representing the new generations at the table, Larisa, a young proponent from the world of volunteering. After a brief initial presentation of the participants, the discussion began by questioning the relationship that exists between economic development and workers' rights. In a world of employment that is increasingly internationalized in terms of trade and investment, and in which many production chains link developing and rich countries, many migrant workers are distributed. It often happens that international supply chains are poorly regulated and that many migrant workers are exploited.

“Is the legislation currently in force both at national and international levels sufficient to guarantee and protect respect for fundamental human rights?” In response to this question, Imam Pallavicini emphasized the importance of articulating interreligious dialogue in the world of work. Citing a seminar on "Work, entrepreneurship and interreligious dialogue" organized by the ILO in which he had recently participated, he focused on the need to be able to link respect for pluralism and differences, to relations in the commercial sector and in the world of work (between entrepreneurs, workers, customers and suppliers).

Furthermore, he invited participants to ask themselves what the development criteria are, underlining the difference between human values ​​and "commercial" values. Different positions  among participants emerged regarding the role of institutions with regard to actions to combat labor exploitation (e.g: illegal hiring in agriculture). On the one hand, the entrepreneurial category emphasized the importance of enhancing ethical supply chains (in agriculture as well as in other sectors) with "reward" tools for virtuous companies. On the other hand, Claudio Nicosia from Amnesty International Italia affirmed that the response of governments must be based mainly on ensuring compliance with the laws protecting the rights of workers: another key task of the institutions, which can only be carried out after dialogue and collaboration between the various actors involved in development (such as civil society and businesses) is to rethink and give alternatives to economic systems linked to exploitation practices while guaranteeing economic and social development.

Claudio Nicosia, Amnesty International Italy – Education and Training Office.

Carlo Crescenzi, President of Social Change School. The Social Change School is a world leader in management training for nonprofit organizations with training centers in Madrid, Rome, Milan, Glasgow and Kampala. Since 1997 it has trained about 1300 professionals, with 100,000 hours of training and a very high employment rate for its graduates. Social Change School is an institution / ecosystem headquartered in Madrid and with a wide array of worldwide partnerships.

Imam Yahya Sergio Yahe Pallavicini is the Vice President and Imam of CO.RE.IS. (Islamic Religious Community). He is the Imam of the al-Wahid Mosque in Milan. Since 2006, he has been a councilor of the Ministry of the Interior in the Board for Italian Islam and President of the ISESCO Council for Education and Culture in the West.

Marco Casavecchia is a high-level CIPD Associate, Qualified Professional Social Assistant, Master qualified Health Services Manager. He has been working internationally for more than 30 years as a Child Safety Specialist, Food Standards Specialist and Management Professional in 4 continents and 30 countries.

Marie Terese Mukamitsindo, Palme d'Or Peace Prize winner and President of the Karibu Cooperative. With specific skills in the field of assistance and social services, communication and management of complex projects, she has gained many years of experience in the coordination, planning and design of interventions for the reception and the integration of migrants seeking and holders of international protection, of categories with specific vulnerabilities (unaccompanied minors, single women and women victims of trafficking, the elderly, physically and mentally disabled). She collaborated with public bodies for the management of related services the Protection System for Asylum Seekers and Refugees and for the management of the Extraordinary Reception Centers belonging to the Prefecture in the province of Latina, Italy.

Politics, the Art of Governing

Politics, the Art of Governing: institutional education.

21 September 2020 at10:30 @Villaggio della pace

This round table deals with the study of the roles of institutions to understand their actions and decisions.

Encourage an educational relationship that has both relational and organizational-institutional implications;

Reorganize the educational context in order to favor the autonomy of individuals and encourage dialogue with the community;

Embrace the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, become its ambassadors and main actors in its dissemination and implementation.

Topics: Mediterranean: between environment and migration – Peace as a process and daily practice – Youth violence – Gender issues.

Participants: the meeting, moderated by journalist Lucilla Rogai, was attended by Lucia Abbinante, Director General of Agenzia Giovani – Youth Agency, Vatican Youth Council, Adriano De Nardis from the Italian Red Cross, Enzo Bianco from ANCI – National Association of Italian Municipalities. The table opened with an invitation to embrace and share the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, as a form of sharing and a starting point for achieving peace.

Enzo Bianco invited young people to promote the fundamental points of the Charter. By peace, in fact, we do not only mean the limitation or absence of armed conflicts, but also the fight against discrimination and poverty that are often causes of internal wars in society. On the issue of migration, Enzo Bianco called for the cancellation of the Dublin Treaty as a step forward, not so much in terms of the number of migrants, but in terms of shifting the responsibility for migration from a more national level to a supranational level.With respect to the issues closely linked to young people, Lucia Abbinante, Director General of the Youth Agency (an Italian government body that deals with translating European projects at national level, such as the Erasmus + project and promotion of European citizenship) placed at the forefront the participation of young people in European projects to create social cohesion. A fundamental role is played by those projects that aim to create good practices of policies aimed at youth inclusion. Of course, the difficulties of implementing these projects remain one of the fundamental issues. The Vatican Youth Council was connected to this topic and placed the emphasis on the cultural crisis of our society, stressing the need to bring values such as solidarity, peace, respect and dialogue back into our society. The intervention by Adriano De Nardis, Italian Red Cross, followed the same line of thought, citing 'Youth on the Run', a project by the Italian Red Cross which aims to raise awareness about peacekeeping and peacebuilding through role-playing games. During the discussion it emerged that issues such as gender-based violence and the absence of education policies based on the principle of non-violence remain unsolved. For this reason, we should look more into the schools that are today devoid of such policies.

Cosimo Durante, president of LAG Terra d’Arneo, councilor of CCIE, the Italian-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce in Athens. Active since 1952, with headquarters in Athens, the CCIE concretely promotes trade policies between Italy and Greece. Also legally recognized by the Government of the Hellenic Republic, it facilitates the commercial activities of international companies and associated SMEs by offering them a wide range of services suited to the needs and size of their respective businesses. In order to create an effective network between public and private, stimulating the growth of the economy of both countries, over the years the CCIE has established numerous collaborations with Regions, other Chambers of Commerce, trade associations, consortia, cooperatives, business networks, districts, Banks, Economic and territorial development departments, international organizations.

Adriano De Nardis, Italian Red Cross (CRI) Regional President (Latium). The 2020 Strategic Goals of the Italian Red Cross are based on the analysis of the needs and vulnerabilities of the communities CRI serves every day and are inspired by its Fundamental Principles and Humanitarian Values. They identify the humanitarian priorities of the Association, at all levels, and reflect the commitment of members, volunteers and CRI operators to prevent and alleviate human suffering, contribute to the maintenance and promotion of human dignity and a culture of non-violence. Formulated in line with the 2020 Strategy of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, they provide the strategic reference framework that will guide the action of the Italian Red Cross towards 2020. 2020 is part of the process of building a stronger National Society.

Fiorella Farinelli is an Italian trade unionist, politician and essayist, expert in training and teaching. Councilor for Human Resources Policies (1994-95) and School and Training Policies (1995-2001) of the Municipality of Rome in the two councils led by Francesco Rutelli, she introduced the all-day schedule in municipal offices and allowed greater scholastic and multicultural integration; she also promoted the establishment of Roma Multiservizi, with the aim of guaranteeing maximum effectiveness in hygiene and small maintenance services in municipal, nursery and primary schools, absorbing 537 socially useful workers already operating in the sector. Currently she is a member of the Board of Directors of the Libraries of Rome.

Enzo Bianco is an Italian lawyer and politician, mayor of Catania for four non-consecutive terms and metropolitan mayor of his city from 2016 to 2018. Initially a deputy and later a senator, he was also Minister of the Interior in the D'Alema II and Amato II governments.

Lucia Abbinante, Director General of the Youth Agency. Expert in youth participation, media education and social innovation, she has collaborated from a very young age in the foundation and coordination of social networks for local development and the promotion of human rights. Among these, Radio Kreattiva, the first anti-mafia web radio led by students; Sarai, the first institutional digital radio network for young people promoted by the Childhood and Adolescence Guarantor Authority; the Network Indifesa of Terre des Hommes Italy against discrimination anDeveloping an international common education in civics and economics.This roundtable will promote the study of institutional roles in order to understand their actions and decisions and to redesign the educational system in a way that favours the autonomy of the individuals and encourages exchange of ideas within the community. Young people are encouraged to embrace the universal declaration of human rights, and to become ambassadors and key actors in its dissemination and implementation.d gender-based violence. She also edited the publication of the European Alternatives Citizen Rights Toolkit, for the activation of students from 10 European countries on the issues of citizenship and human rights in Europe. She has collaborated with Save the Children Italy on "Fuoriclasse", a program for well-being and innovation at school, and as a local referent for the "Sottosopra" Youth Movement. Lucia has worked on numerous projects about cultural regeneration of suburbs and taught communication and social planning.

Giovanni Caudo, professor of Urban Planning and former councilor under Ignazio Marino, former Mayor of Rome. President of the III Municipality of Rome.

Elena Vitella, student and Councilor for Peace, Immigration and Reception and Youth Policies of the Municipality of Santorso.

Roberto Baitelli, trainer in the Transcendental Meditation technique for the development of human potential and the reduction of stress for individuals since 1976. Since 1980, he has been studying how the application of programs for the reduction of collective stress positively influences the quality of life of a nation at all levels.

Humanitarian Corridors

Humanitarian Corridors: urban regeneration.

21 Settembre 2020 at10:30 @Villaggio della pace

This round table deals with urban regeneration as a means of socialization between the inhabitants of the neighborhoods and as a point of connection and inclusion of all city needs. An opportunity to discuss new forms of housing and the revaluation of urban spaces.

Topics: humanitarian corridors, migrations and how to manage them, reception and inclusion, urban regeneration.

Participants: the round table, moderateTd by journalist Silvana Monti Pacifici, featured Licia Bevilacqua (Headmaster and expert in interreligious dialogue and Jewish culture) and Oliviero Forti (Responsible for migration policies and international protection of Caritas Italiana). Some Roman students were also present. After a brief presentation of the guests and participants, the debate started with the topic of humanitarian corridors.Oliviero Forti began with an interesting overview of the birth of the term 'humanitarian corridor' – coined in Italy following a 2015 Memorandum of Understanding, signed by the Community of Sant'Egidio, the Federation of Evangelical Churches and the Waldensian Table – to then get to the heart of the discussion, underlining how, to date, there is a huge need to implement humanitarian corridors to give migrants the opportunity to arrive safely and legally while avoiding slaughter. The program, which transforms irregular migration into a regular program and which should be carried out together with governments, is not having much success, since in the face of 70 million refugees, those who have been included in the corridors are only a few thousands. To confirm the precarious situation in terms of migration, Lucia Bevilacqua cited the Calabrian experience, speaking not only of the difficulties of managing arrivals and disembarkations, but also and above all those of integrating migrants into the society. According to her, schools are fundamental when it comes to hospitality, as when schools welcome migrants, every other type of categorization is demolished and only the concept of person remains. The discussion on humanitarian corridors ended with an observation shared by the guests regarding the lack of will on the part of national and supranational politics. Governments must do more to guarantee assistance and protection to those in a dangerous situation. The last part of the meeting focused on the theme of urban regeneration linked to migration, wondering whether the architectural and environmental systems are prepared or not to welcome migrants. Guests agreed that today it is difficult to talk about cohabitation in our cities, as these were not designed for this purpose. But the solution could be found in rethinking them through more inclusive social policies: a more inclusive urban planning aimed at urban development, for example, should prevent suburbs from becoming dilapidated and dangerous areas or could help develop those areas, also in view of a possible future scenario that would seem to turn towards a stabilization of migration. The last question was linked to the possibility of using the families of migrants to repopulate uninhabited villages. This solution was absolutely rejected by guests and participants since it would prove to be a double-edged sword, causing a self-ghettoisation or worse, a controlled ghettoisation, lacking in the inclusion and integration of migrants.

Piero Fassino, president of the III Commission on Foreign and Community Affairs since 29 July 2020. Former Minister of Foreign Trade from 1998 to 2000 and Minister of Grace and Justice from 2000 to 2001, he was National Secretary of the Left Democrats from 16 November 2001 to 14 October 2007. On 6 November 2007, he was appointed European Union Envoy to Burma by Javier Solana, High Representative for the Common Foreign and Security Policy of the European Union. From May 2011 to June 2016 he was mayor of Turin. From July 2013 to October 2016 he was president of ANCI.

Luisa Morgantini, strongly committed to peace and the recognition of justice, rights and freedom in Palestine, is the founded and current President of the AssoPacePalestina association. Already Vice-President of the European Parliament, she is one of the founders of the international network of Women in Black against war and violence and, moreover, in the national coordination of the Association for Peace, a movement for non-violence and peace. She received the Israeli Women in Black Peace Prize and the Golden Doves for Peace award, and she is among the 1000 women in the World who have been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.

Dino Angelaccio, president of the ITRIA project – Intercultural and accessible tourist-religious itineraries. Expert in participatory planning paths, he has coordinated numerous permanent urban planning workshops (within which citizens of all ages are called to creatively transform the times and spaces of their lives) and participatory and conscious planning workshops. Member of numerous commissions and national working groups on accessibility, he is a freelance journalist and signs articles in newspapers, books and specialized magazines that address all the issues that are part of the universal accessibility chain.

Licia Bevilacqua, school manager and teacher trainer with over ten years of experience also in the university training field. She contributed to the 2017 preparation manuals for school managers and to the 2020 teacher manual for Guerini and Associates publishing house. She is engaged in interreligious dialogue and in the knowledge and dissemination of Jewish culture in schools.

Anna Zambrano, Architecture graduate, worked as an expert in infrastructure and urban management at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation – MAECI for 25 years, during which she dealt with several urban issues: slum upgrading, enhancement of historic centers, development of health services and infrastructures for overcoming socio-economic conflicts and territorial imbalances. She was director of the Italian cooperation office in Belgrade with expertise on Kosovo and Montenegro from 2006 to 2010. She coordinated the EU team of experts for the PEARS program, aimed at the post-earthquake phase in Haiti (2011). She was Coordinator at the Permanent Representation of Italy to the Council of the European Union on cooperation issues (July – December 2014). Today she is a volunteer at ONLUS Seniores Italia Lazio and deals with Erasmus plus calls.

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