“End of the state of emergency, back to normality?” prize

Since 1 April, the state of emergency, which began two years ago to deal with the Covid-19 pandemic, is no longer in force in Italy.

With the transition to this new phase, many behaviours and rules are changing: less stringent, for a slow start back to normality.

But how has our life changed in these two years? How have our social relationships and our perception of space and time changed? What will our future life be like after two years of pandemic? What will it be like to return to a normal life, without masks? What will be the first thing you do that you could not do in the last two years?

We invite our students to post on this topic for the prize “End of the state of emergency, back to normality?” which will end at 23:59 on 29 April 2022.

The 4 winners, 2 for secondary schools and 2 for high schools, will be rewarded with an online course in English.

Please note that only articles with a minimum length of 15 lines written by a single student will be considered (document: Word; font: Calibri Body, font size: 11).

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