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  • G8 Summit 2009 - official website - Junior 8 Summit
    A team of four girls and boys was selected from each of the 14 participating countries During the J8 a delegation composed of a representative from each country had the chance to discuss the proposals that emerge from the J8 with the Heads of State and Government on L Aquila The topics this year were AIDS climate change poverty and economic development The youngsters were also able to select a topic they believe it important to place on the G8 s international agenda For further information please consult the www j8summit com it site Programme 6 July The official inauguration ceremony was held in the evening at the Sala Polifunzionale della Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri The event was organized with the cooperation of UNICEF the Italian Prime Minister s Office the Interior Ministry the Education Ministry the Youth Ministry and the Rome Municipal Authority 7 July On the second day the representatives of the Junior 8 Summit who were hosted by the Higher Firefighting Institute in Rome met in working groups to debate ways and means of addressing and resolving the world s problems An initial working session devoted to the drafting of a J8 Declaration for submission to the Heads of State and Government Leaders attending the G8 Summit in L Aquila was held in the late afternoon 8 July On the third day the Junior 8 teams continued to hold debates with the youngsters presenting the draft of the J8 Declaration in the course of a Plenary Assembly In the afternoon a delegation composed of a representative from each of the 14 participating countries had the chance to discuss the J8 Declaration with the Heads of State and Government working in the G8 Summit s sessions in L Aquila 9 July This is to be a day

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  • G8 Summit 2009 - official website - G8 Africa
    the importance of their initiative for promoting development based on adopting an independent approach to handling problems on sharing responsibility and on cooperating with the G8 The NEPAD s founding principles reaffirm the will of the continent s peoples to redeem and to reappropriate their own future ownership the fact that a sharing of responsibility highlights on the one hand the African countries commitment to improving their own ability to govern and on the other the G8 countries commitment to guaranteeing more and better aid to the African continent also by starting to seriously address and enact debt cancellation and by lifting tariff and other barriers that hinder the access of African produce to the international markets mutual responsibility the fact that the new Partnership between the G8 and Africa is designed to underscore the leading industrially advanced democracies political will to broaden and deepen their relations with the African countries both by backing Africa s efforts to address crucial development issues and by closely cooperating with the pan African institutions on peacekeeping on consolidating democratic institutions on the continent and on promoting economic and social development partnership The mutual nature of the commitments is a choice to which there is no alternative today a choice that is farsighted in that it translates into a concrete proposal based on a clear sharing of responsibiliy between the leading industrially advanced democracies and the countries on the African continent The historic dialogue between Africa and the leading industrially advanced democracies which first got under way under Italy s G8 presidency at the summit in Genoa in 2001 has continued to be pursued at all subsequent G8 summits with the leaders welcoming and showing their support for the proposals illustrated by the African countries by drafting the G8 s African Action Plan AAP

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  • G8 Summit 2009 - official website - Events
    question were specially designed to testify to Italy s and Abruzzo s cultural wealth with a strong link with the region hosting the Summit The two exhibitions entitled Beautiful L Aquila Can Never Perish and The Italian Art of Excellence remained open even after the G8 and the Summit venue itself was also open to visitors Print Photo gallery G8 First Ladies visit Rome G8Photos Ansa See also A Concert

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  • G8 Summit 2009 - official website - I costi
    caserma della Guardia di Finanza necessarie allo svolgimento del Vertice in base all avanzamento dei lavori documentato 23 400 000 Questi rimborsi insieme a quelli delle altre amministrazioni pubbliche e a quelli fuori convenzione arrivano a un totale di 43 807 720 51 3 Le somme che il Ministero dell Economia e Finanze ha attribuito direttamente ad altre amministrazioni per gli oneri di sicurezza dell evento 88 500 000 00 Riepilogo Totale Natura della spesa Spese a carico del Dipartimento della Protezione Civile 52 589 954 41 28 681 777 69 investimento 23 984 680 72 funzionamento Rimborso oneri per spese effettuate da altre Pubbliche Amministrazioni 43 807 720 51 28 953 970 98 investimento 14 853 749 53 funzionamento Somme attribuite direttamente dal Ministero dell Economia e delle Finanze ad altre Amministrazioni per oneri di sicurezza dell Evento Ministero Interno Ministero Difesa Comando Capitanerie 88 500 000 00 Totale 184 897 674 92 La somma comprende i 23 400 000 rimborsati al Provveditorato alle Opere Pubbliche per il G8 tabella opere pubbliche colonna G8 Stima costi per l organizzazione del G8 alla Maddalena escluso interventi infrastrutturali Costi stimati dal Commissario delegato per l organizzazione dell evento 97 000 000

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  • G8 Summit 2009 - official website - Logo
    with the exception of the wording which has been amended to G8 Summit 2009 From La Maddalena to L Aquila The turtles long lived ancient creatures that call on politics to trust in wisdom remain as a reminder of this G8 s migrant nature of the unforeseeability of the Abruzzo earthquake and of the decision to turn La Maddalena and the work that will shortly be completed there to the best advantage Their dance also continues to symbolise energy grace harmony and sharing qualities that intertwine with the outline of a stylised globe that calls to mind both the nature of the event and also the increasingly pressing need we all have to focus the world s attention on the planet the ecosystem public health disaster prevention establishing a new harmony with the environment and natural balances The new logo thus tells us that the G8 is moving to L Aquila the city that stands for calamity stricken Abruzzo not only as a mark of consideration sympathy and support for its places and people but to highlight even more strongly the all embracing nature of this summit and its aspiration to foster unity and to extend harmony and cooperation among

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  • G8 Summit 2009 - official website - Accreditation
    from the countries and International Organisations attending Press Section set aside for journalists photographers cameramen and all media personnel Delegations Section for the exclusive use of each delegation s accreditation officer who is already in possession of a confidential login and password Print See also The Guardia di Finanza School in L Aquila Stronghold of the Institutions and the G8 Photo gallery The new Summit Venue in L Aquila Websites

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  • G8 Summit 2009 - official website - Italy
    whereas the Greeks who had set out from Greece as such settled southern Italy giving birth to major schools of philosophy including those of Parmenides and Pythagoras Roman Italy The city of Rome grew up out of a settlement of herdsmen and farmers who had taken up residence on the Palatine Hill between the end of the 9th and the beginning of the 7th century BC Tradition puts the date at 753 BC Rome became a power in the republican period and consolidated its absolute rule over the Mare Nostrum in the Mediterranean Julius Caesar took the process further establishing a full fledged empire extending from Hadrian s Wall almost on the Scottish border to Persia as well as taking in vast areas of Sub Saharan Africa The Roman Empire remained at the height of its splendour until the death of Marcus Aurelius 180 AD at which point the Roman Empire sank into its long period of decline lasting until 476 AD when it collapsed sacked by the barbarian invasions The Middle Ages and the Renaissance Italy was overrun by a whole series of barbarian tribes in the Middle Ages meanwhile seeing the appearance on the scene of Charlemagne and his Holy Roman Empire Cultural and artistic life burgeoned again in the Renaissance a phenomenon that spread over the whole of Europe but was triggered by the first stirrings of Florentine humanism The Modern Era From the 16th to the 19th centuries Italy fell prey to the division of spoils among foreign powers France and Spain primarily and Austria and Britain to a lesser extent The south was long ruled first by the Spanish monarchs and then by the Bourbons whereas the centre of the country continued to be ruled by the popes In the north France Spain and Austria vied for Lombardy and Veneto After an eventful but brief Napoleonic revolutionary period which gave Italy a flag and an initial administration by prefects the country arrived at the Congress of Vienna still split into states and statelets The Risorgimento and the Birth of the Italian Nation State The organisation imposed on the peninsula by the Congress of Vienna which split Italy into seven states and placed the north under Austrian control was repeatedly opposed up to 1848 by attempts at revolution largely the work of secret societies such as the Carbonari The Risorgimento s undisputed leading figures included Giuseppe Mazzini Giuseppe Garibaldi and Camillo Benso di Cavour whose endeavours led to the unification of part of the Italian nation under the Savoy throne which annexed to its kingdom first the centre and north of the country from Lombardy to Tuscany then after the expedition of Garibaldi s Thousand the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies At last after the inhabitants of the conquered areas had voted in favour of annexation in referendums the first session of the new Italian Parliament in Turin set the seal on the birth of the Kingdom of Italy on 17 March 1861 From Italian Unification

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  • G8 Summit 2009 - official website - Agenda
    JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC January 08 Thu New world new capitalism Conference Parigi 09 Fri New world new capitalism Conference Parigi The Summit Agenda Ministerial meetings The Summit Venue About Italy Details

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