The 173rd General Assembly of the Bureau International des Expositions (BIE) this morning formally recognized the 24th edition of the Triennale Milano International Exhibition, which will take place from 17 May to 16 November 2025 and will be entitled "Inequalities. How to mend the fractures of humanity" and will develop the theme of social inequalities. The chosen theme will be an opportunity to bring together the best policies and the most representative projects that are currently fighting together in the cities of the world the risk of the extinction of our species and the growing inequalities that cross and divide it.
The member states of the BIE, meeting in the General Assembly in Paris, unanimously agreed with the recommendation of the Executive Committee of the BIE to grant the recognition to the 24th International Exhibition of Triennale Milano requested by the Italian Government.
This recognition confirms the status of the 24th edition of the event as an International Exhibition and gives Italy the opportunity to invite international participants through diplomatic channels.
Presenting to the more than 800 delegates from all over the world the theme of inequalities - social, cultural, geographical, generational - as an issue inextricably linked to the ecological transition, the President of Triennale Milano Stefano Boeri said: "The challenge of the future will be in the cities of the world. Only fairer and more equitable cities, capable of reducing inequalities in income and access to culture, services and information, will be able to initiate a truly effective and inclusive ecological transition."
Triennale invited the delegates of the countries present at the BIE to choose a city that is the protagonist of a policy of rebalancing and reducing inequalities to create the National Pavilion of the 24th International Exhibition. In 2025, for six months, Milan and its Triennale will become the planetary epicenter of a great reflection on how to start an ecological transition that does not penalize the poorest countries and sections of urban populations.
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