Who is John Mpaliza?

John Mpaliza is an activist of Congolese origin, resident in Italy for about twenty years, who left his job as a computer engineer at the Municipality of Reggio Emilia to give in Italy and Europe "the voice of those who have no voice" , the voice of the thousands of victims of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. A country battered by wars, poverty and violence.

Marcher for peace, in 2016 he also made a stop in our region with the March for Beni: a march that began on October 23rd 2016 in Reggio Emilia with the European Parliament in Brussels, intended to raise public awareness of the massacres in this region and to ask international institutions to intervene to stop this genocide.

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