Immigrant, foreign and sometimes refugee women, women who leave a house, near or far, and experience the differences that may become a conflict in a foreign country.

The city of Milan and International Women's Day: the reference points to announce a project geared towards to immigrant women, created by the Bracco Foundation, together with the City Council of Milan and the Association Opera San Francesco for the poor, to renew the commitment to preventive actions for the health of women.

The Lombard capital, over the years, has become an ever popular destination for immigration, and the last decade has seen the population of those coming from countries with strong migratory pressure doubled.

This information was particularly important on the eve of the 2015 Milan Expo, which saw it become a global stage, an open and hospitable city.


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