(ANSA) - ROME, 06 FEB - On Sunday 12 February students from all over the country will be in Rome for the national assembly on representation and participation;
they will gather in front of the Ministry of Education for a flash-mob shouting "We will not be invisible, we can do anything".
The action will consist in wearing gray masks, a sign of how invisible we are in the eyes of the government and institutions with a banner bearing the phrase We will not be invisible.
In the second part of the action we will throw away the masks by collapsing the first banner and opening the one with the inscription We Can Do Anything and starting red smoke bombs from behind.
Throughout the action Bianca Chiesa, national coordinator of the Students' Union, will intervene emphasizing how the spaces for participation, decision-making and democracy are constantly weakened and that as young people we are increasingly exploited and infantilized.
But it will have been precisely the confrontation with students from all over the country that gave us the tools to be able to reaffirm that we can take back our rights, our voice and our spaces: we can do anything.