Italy is the cradle of the humanitarian ideal, the historical site where humanitarian actions started.
Italy is the place where the Battle of Solferino happened in June 24, 1959, in the Italian Commune of the Lombardy region.
At the time Henri Dunant immediately organized a first aid service for wounded soldiers. This experience resulted in the creation of an international organization that would improve living conditions and provides assistance to war victims. The International Committee for the Relief of Wounded Soldiers changed its name in 1875 to the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).
Civilian Diplomat Mr. Bruno Romeo General Secretary of the Workers Union National Headquarters is now also the Area Coordinator of Civil Diplomat Jethro in Milan – Italy. The diplomat is also a Security Officer and Coordinator of the Ecozoofil Environmental Guard, working in social reception.