Ingrid Colanicchia

MicroMega, Italy

i.colanicchia@newsmavens.com

I work for MicroMega, a bimonthly that publishes articles on politics and society, focusing on issues such as social and juridical injustice in Italy and abroad, mafia, ecological crimes, political corruption and secularism.

Before I worked for ten years for a small weekly, called Adista, that writes about the Catholic Church, the relationship between politics and religion and the new theological frontiers. I’m a feminist activist: for many years I have been part of an Italian women’s association (Unione donne in Italia) and now I’m part of a group called Femministe Nove.

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