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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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Artistic

Since she was a child expressed a natural inclination to the arts. She was painting with water and oil colors having her first exhibition in the historical Via Margutta in Rome at the age of 8.

At the same age she donated her first poem “The butterflies” to Pope Johannes Paulus II.

In 2001, she was invited by the Museum Borges in Buenos Aires for an art exhibition where she got the gold medal from the “Artistas Argentinos” Association for her painting “March 2001” which was considered “one of the most interesting contemporary representations of Christ”.

Benedetta wrote "Angels", the first international song dedicated to peace and the lifting of barriers to peaceful coexistence among countries and inter-religious dialogue. Angels is the only one song received the Patronage of UNESCO and the Holy See, also awarded by the Medal of the President of the Italian Republic Giorgio Napolitano. The Angels to whom the song refers are the young victims of conflicts who, by describing their last day of life, urge to peace since there exist no barriers in Heaven and everybody interacts with others without any difference of faith or race.

Benedetta has also created the jewel for peace known as "Brotherhood, children of the same Father". The jewel epitomizes the brotherhood among the three monotheistic religions, whose symbols, placed in a chronological order, embodies the children of a unique God. The distinguished testimonials with Benedetta are the Prince Emanuele Filiberto of Savoy and the heart surgeon Giacomo Frati, professor at La Sapienza University of Rome. The jewels' sales proceeds are entirely donated for treating in Italy children coming from war afflicted areas and can be ordered online on the website www.loveangels.it

From 2008 she has written and released “Angels”, Shock me”, “Touch my skin”, “Te quiero, Ti amo, I love you”, “Loving heart” and “Emaraat”. This last one is dedicated to her second home: The United Arab Emirates.

In 2010 in the Campidoglio in Rome, she officially launched her international initiative “Music and Solidarity” inviting artists from all over the world to contribute with their music in the humanitarian causes.

She wrote “Emaraat” with the emirati national poet Ali Al Khawar and since the song was released during the 2014 U.A.E. National day, was best seller in the Middle East in both Arabic and International categories in the Virgin Megastore.

She has started with the production of a TV program called “Hi Dubai” which is part of “Hi Emirates”. The program shows the beautiful Dubai’s life trough real people of Dubai, telling the audience their personal experiences in the city and the reasons why they love it so much.