Ready to bust another myth about inclusion?

In recent years, we have witnessed an explosion of issues related to diversity, equality and inclusion, concepts that are intrinsic to the human condition. But we also know how real the risk of exclusion and marginalisation is, because the encounter with the ‘other’ triggers strong and often uncontrollable reactions.

In his book, Daniele Regolo, who has been hearing impaired since early childhood, invites us to update our perspective: only by starting from an analysis of inner speech can we adopt a more adult approach to diversity and thus plan truly inclusive actions.

How? By working tirelessly to break down all kinds of barriers, whether physical or cultural, instinctive or deliberate.

“The Shape of Uniqueness. A new path to inclusion”, by Daniele Regolo (Mondadori Electa)