Expropriated from its traditional spaces, the knowledge is new and original locations.
Among the many new projects that follow this trend, we find the initiative “Lib(e)ro exchange” that requires the presence of a bus traveling cultural.
The initiative, promoted to Councillor Young of Naples, Alessandra Clemente, is part of the Territorial Plans Young, made with Publipeas Ltd. and Union of University Students.
But let’s see in detail the project.
It is a plan designed to foster the exchange of textbooks and university, to meet the economic needs of families and their growing pains.
Still, October 3 will be the turn of Secondigliano, where power to enjoy the inviting financial offer will be the citizens of the district who will be at the Park Gaetano Errico from 15.00 to 19.00.
Another day, another race, this time the destination is the historic center of Naples, in Piazza del Gesù 4 October from 10.00 to 16.00.
And in the program of the routes could never miss the university of Monte S. Angelo? Of course not, the event is scheduled for October 10 from 15.00 to 19.00.
On October 11, on the other hand will be the turn of the municipality of Barra, which can be submerged in a nice roundup of books on a Mastellone from 10.00 to 16.00.
Finally the last 4 appointments are scheduled for October 17 in Scampia in Avenue of the Resistance (from 15.00 to 19.00), October 18 at Rione Traiano in Via Tevere (from 10.00 to 16.00), October 24 at Capodimonte in glad square (from 15.00 to 19.00) and 25 October in Piazza Dante (from 10.00 to 16.00).
Recall that the coordination and promotion of barter and exchange of books is made possible thanks to the synergy between the departments to Young, the School of Culture, the Consumer Protection and Communication, and is an event aimed at students of secondary schools I and II degree and university students in the city of Naples.
Testimonial initiative will be Salvatore Calise that, through the microphones of radio KissKissNapoli, follow the steps of the bus, informing the citizenry.
“Books on board”