Alice Miller is not an architect. She is a psychologist, sociologist and philosopher who has revolutionized the dominant thought in terms of “education” and personal growth. A woman who freed herself through creative expression and who, like Franca Helg, broke the mold of her time. Alice Miller is an example of courage and determination, qualities that led her to elaborate a truth that, even today, forms the basis for the healthy development of an individual and a society.
With the Franco Albini Academy we work to prepare the new and old generations to manage the epochal change that the Company is asking of us, both in professional and personal terms, and to guide the enhancement of talents and the ability to reinvent themselves and generate innovation.
For this reason, the Foundation today promotes messages such as that of Alice Miller, capable of moving necessary reflections. “The cost of a good education” is a necessary story from which to start in order to provide educators in general with effective tools for their mission and to contribute from the very beginning to the development of the potential of each individual.
Text: Maria Cristina Origlia
Director: Paola Albini
Interpreter: Babi Campi Falcone
Voiceover: Enrico Ballardini and Bianca Careddu
Milan – Quarta Parete Theater – May 2019
Milan – Teatro dell’Elfo – April 2019 – excerpt for the conference “It’s not a joke” against harassment of women in the workplace
Milan – Vittore Buzzi Children’s Hospital – November 2018