Pallavicino, an anti-violence center in a property confiscated from the mafia

Pallavicino, an anti-violence center in a property confiscated from the mafia
Pallavicino, an anti-violence center in a property confiscated from the mafia

An anti-violence center in a property confiscated from the mafia in via Ammiraglio Cagni, in Pallavicino. This is what the “Artemide” project provides, financed with 2.2 million from the Pnrr, which the municipal council approved with a resolution dated March 27th.

“The structure – explains the councilor for Public Works, Totò Orlando – will be affected by seismic adaptation interventions, redevelopment of existing spaces and innovation of technological systems with a view to energy efficiency. The spaces will be used for the construction of an anti-violence center for women and LGBT+ people. The project includes the creation of accommodation to be used for hospitality services for vulnerable individuals and places to implement training interventions with the aim of encouraging job placement”.

“The project will return to the city an asset confiscated from the mafia and will promote social inclusion. This administration’s commitment to securing and safeguarding the municipal heritage and to providing services to citizens continues”, concludes the councilor.

 
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