Care for the person in every instant, starting from reality and not from ideas. The testimony of three doctors at the Meeting: Theo Boer on euthanasia, Antonio Pesenti on the Covid emergency and Elvira Parravicini on neonatal care.
Two American intellectuals on opposing political fronts came together in an appeal for "the search for truth and freedom of thought." The last video of the series "Not too much to ask - No es demasiado pedir - Not too much to ask".
In a world devastated by the pandemic, pain, death and disease do not have the last word. The testimonies of four women from Syria, Russia, Venezuela and Uganda.
Philosopher Umberto Galimberti, a guest for the first time at the Meeting, and psychiatrist Eugenio Borgna talk about the great questions that arise from today's life. Moderated by Costantino Esposito.
Is there a hope that does not depend solely on more favourable circumstances? How can the desire for a better future not be disappointed? The talk by Julián Carrón, president of the Fraternity of Communion and Liberation.
The adaptation of Dostoevsky's masterpiece with actor Mario Sala, introduced by Tatjana Kasatkina, from the Russian Academy of Science and commentary by students from Modena and Moscow.
Joseph Weiler, University Professor at NYU Law School and Senior Fellow at the Center for European studies at Harvard. Introduced by Bernhard Scholz, President Fondazione Meeting.
Journalist Fernando De Haro interviews philosopher, anthropologist and Spanish writer Mikel Azurmendi.
Scott F. Gilbert, Emeritus Howard A. Schneiderman Professor of Biology, Swarthmore College. Introduced by Giorgio Dieci, Professor of Biochemistry, Università degli Studi di Parma.
Mario Draghi, Former President of the BCE (European Central Bank) Introduced by Bernhard Scholz, President of the Meeting for friendship among peoples.