Case Study


Scomodo is a free monthly magazine put together by young people. To be more precise, there are 400 high school and university students involved in its creation. It is the most read student newspaper in Italy. Scomodo is a printed magazine which is free of charge and does not contain advertising. The project involves more than 35,000 people and around 7,500 weekly copies are printed and distributed in schools and universities as well as cultural organisations. Its contents offer an alternative cultural model, free of political and economic interests. The founder of Scomodo is a 19-year-old student from Rome who is part of the student movement. In 2016, when he was 17-years-old, together with two other peers, he founded the project Scomodo, meaning ‘uncomfortable’ in Italian.

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Rome, Italy
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