(Italiano) Il Consiglio regionale del Piemonte ha approvato Il Disegno di Legge 141 
Contro Tutte le Discrimazioni

ORIGINAL LANGUAGES, 11 Apr 2016

Silvia Berruto – TRANSCEND Media Service

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Il Consiglio regionale del Piemonte ha approvato mercoledì 16 marzo scorso 
IL DISEGNO DI LEGGE 141 CONTRO TUTTE LE DISCRIMAZIONI.

Il Piemonte è la prima regione in Italia che ha approvato una legge che considera tutte le differenze legate al sesso, all’orientamento sessuale, all’età, alla disabilità ma anche alla provenienza etnica.Tutte le differenze sono un valore per la Regione Piemonte, non un elemento di discriminazione”

Questa la dichiarazione di Monica CERUTTI, Assessora ALLE POLITICHE GIOVANILI, DIRITTO ALLO STUDIO UNIVERSITARIO, COOPERAZIONE DECENTRATA INTERNAZIONALE, PARI OPPORTUNITA’ DIRITTI CIVILI, IMMIGRAZIONE, a Torino, al corteo cittadino contro il razzismo, sabato 19 marzo scorso.

E ora spazio a tutti gli adeguamento dovuti.

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Silvia Berruto, giornalista contro il Razzismo

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