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Benedetta Paravia is Italian expert for International relations and project management. She is also a  media producer, singer and philanthropist. She is the co-founder and Ambassador of the not-for-profit A.N.G.E.L.S. - National Association of Great Energies Leading Solidarity, for the medical care of sick children from war-afflicted areas. She is the only artist in the world who received the Patronage of UNESCO for having written "Angels - a song for peace" as a fundamental importance for peace and solidarity between populations.

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Educational

Since 2005 Benedetta Paravia has been the Project Manager of “The Intercultural Project®”, an international training program for students from the Arabian Gulf frequenting SDOA (Scuola di Direzione ed Organizzazione Aziendale – School of Business Management and Organisation) set up by the Antonio Genovesi Salerno Foundation, of which she is also a founding member.

“The Intercultural Project®“ is a training programme specially devised to make the European and Arab Cultures closer in favour of promoting the intercultural exchange and integration of the Arab and Mediterranean worlds that over the centuries were greatly enriched by each others’ cultural exchanges. She promoted the intercultural dialogue for the understanding of cultural diversity combating discrimination and social exclusion.

“The Intercultural Project®“ acts in symbiosis with the Emiratisation, for this reason has received the “Certificate of Equivalence” from the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research in the United Arab Emirates. She prepared the later signed Memoranda of Understanding with Zayed University (ZU), Higher Colleges of Technology (HCT) and United Arab Emirates University (UAEU) which contributes to enriching and developing the Emirates future leaders’ curriculum and offers credit hours. For this program she also got the patronages of the UAE Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, the Italian Ministry of International Trade and European Affairs, the Embassy of the U.A.E. in Italy, the Embassy of Italy in the U.A.E. and the Campania Region (Italy).

From 2006 to 2008, she has been director of “The U.A.E. Students’ Conference for Media”, the only conference where Emirates students could express their experiences and opinions on training programs. During these two years she promoted the intercultural dialogue and an ethical contribution and interpretation of Media.
In 2006 she also created the ethical music project Princess Bee Music which destines 50% of its artistic proceeds to the Not-for-Profit Organization A.N.G.E.L.S. and involves young people in all the creativity stages of the production.