Tavolata italiana senza muri

descrizioneSince 2018, the "Tavolata italiana senza muri" (italian table without walls), is a symbol: a universal tableful, to reflect together on the opportunity that sharing bread and the choice of more equitable and sustainable lifestyles are the right way to a more inclusive future: a route against consumerism and selfishness.
Also this year the event took place in many cities of Italy. In Rome it was organized on Saturday 26 September 2020, the day before the World Day of Migrants and Refugees and included in the celebrations of the Time of Creation.  Together we said NO to all forms of racism even with a flash mob as part of a project funded by the Anti-Racial Discrimination Office of the Italian Presidency of the Council of Ministers.
This year, in order to counter the Covid-19 pandemic, a 270-meter table was set up along Via della Conciliazione, with St. Peter's Basilica in the background, to accommodate 150 people, inhabitants and not in the Eternal City, supported by 50 MASCI and AGESCI volunteers.
The "Tavolata italiana senza muri" has been promoted in recent editions by 38 national and international associations, Federations and NGOs. This year GCCM - Global Catholic Climate Moviment and the Islamic Cultural Center of Italy have also joined.
"The sense of living at the Tavolata italiana senza muri, with the idea of ​​pursuing an in-depth reflection from the last speeches of Pope Francis, on our being in the world as brothers and linked to each other, "all  on the same boat", has highlighted the sense of the periphery and the importance of acting in it". Massimiliano Costa, President MASCI.

 68/5000 The long Table with a view of the dome of St. Peter's Basilica Massimiliano Costa, President of MASCI, and Carlo Bertucci of the Lazio region