The right to food is a key theme of ActionAid’s strategy: both the international publication "People's Action to End Poverty" and the Italian “Italia, Sveglia” (“Italy, Wake Up”) demonstrate synergies with the Expo Milano 2015 theme.
By taking part in Expo Milano 2015, Alliance2015 is confirming once again its commitment to ensuring the right to sustainable food. Alliance2015/Cesvi’s activities at Expo are focusing specifically on food security and nutrition, with an emphasis on the participation of southern hemisphere countries through best practices in the field, testimonials and real results.
Caritas, as part of the Catholic Church, has the mission to serve the poorest and promote justice in the world, offering concrete solutions to humanitarian crises. For this reason, Caritas supports social development, acting on the causes of poverty and violence, as well as raising awareness.
For the Don Bosco Network (DBN), Expo Milano 2015 represents an outstanding opportunity to encourage young people to become involved in the theme of the Universal Expo. DBN’s theme statement states that it is working towards "The right to adequate food in the framework of multisector responses to poverty eradication, and human rights-based holistic development.”
Fairtrade International represents the International Fairtrade Certification Mark, and participates at Expo Milano 2015 within the Cocoa and Chocolate Cluster, to draw attention to the social and environmental aspects of food exports from developing countries.
The active involvement of individuals and communities speaking as one, and driving social change. This is the inspiration behind Fondazione Triulza, which places people at the center of its participation in Expo Milano 2015.
As a participant of Expo Milano 2015, Lions Clubs International aims to draw attention to the key role that non-governmental organizations can play in resolving some of the major problems that affect mankind, hence the theme "Lions4Expo". Under the banner “Lions4Expo", Lions Clubs International aims to draw attention to the key role that non-governmental organizations play in resolving some of the major problems that affect humanity.
The main purpose of Oxfam’s participation in Expo Milano 2015 is to inform, create awareness, and involve visitors on issues concerning the right of all to have access to food. Climate change and the safeguarding of the environment are also key areas of interest.
The fight against malnutrition is a central element of the work of Save the Children, along with education on a healthy diet that can provide adequate nutrition to the young and their mothers. Save the Children’s participation in Expo Milano 2015 is an important opportunity for drawing attention to these key issues.
The mission and activities of the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), the world's largest environmental organization, are fully in line with the theme of Expo Milano 2015 "Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life."
Food production is closely linked to identity. It is essential to represent this relationship not only in the local, but also on a global, scale. The Fattoria Globale (Global Farm) represents the contribution of WAA-AMIA/CONAF (World Association of Agronomists) to Expo Milano 2015.
The Osservatorio nazionale sulla salute della donna [National Observatory for Women's Health] (ONDA) is a member of the European School of Oncology (ESO) network and is present at Expo Milano 2015 with the aim of creating a culture of nutritional education - portraying it as an indispensable means of prevention through information activities and research. It provides expert advice to visitors with a dedicated booth in Cascina Triulza.
The KIP International School’s pavilion is entitled “Attractive territories for a sustainable world”. Which means that, to feed the planet, governments, businesses and associations need to invest, above all, in local development.
The Veneranda Fabbrica of the Milan Duomo, the body that has cared for the cathedral’s building, maintenance, and fund-raising since 1387, has its own pavilion at Expo Milano 2015; a place in which to speak to people from all over the world. Its pavilion hosts an exhibit that is a one-of-a-kind: an actual-size reproduction of the statue of the Madonnina, the statue that has been atop the tallest spire of the Duomo since 1774 and serves as the symbol of the city.
Amity University, India a Global Education Provider along with Global Foundation a Non-Governmental Organization promotes friendship through cultural exchanges with a mission to connect people of different cultures around the world through a Global Village village is participating in Milan World Expo.
The Andrea Bocelli Foundation is present at Expo Milano 2015 with initiatives that have the intention to bring to the public attention, the italian and international excellences within scientific and technological research and social impact.
World Expo Museum Pavilion, co-built by the BIE, World Expo Museum and Expo 2015 S.p.A., is an independent two-story pavilion with 500㎡ area, located in Bio-mediterraneum Cluster.
Founded in 1990 by former exchange students, the Erasmus Student Network (ESN) is the largest voluntary university association recognized by the European Commission which provides services to the foreign guest students at universities, promoting mobility and exchange programs.