The social confines of insecurity
Topping the list of citizens’ worries is work: the jobs that aren’t there for those who look and can’t find them; the jobs that are lost for those who have or had one. But the greatest fears concern the future. Some 85% of Italians predict that their children will face worse conditions than the previous generations. Meanwhile Italy is divided among the many who have little and the few who have much. From the Report on Social and Economic Insecurity in Italy and Europe, published by Fondazione Unipolis, Demos&pi and Osservatorio di Pavia, emerges the evidence of how after years dominated by fears linked to common criminality the insecurity of individuals has regained its ‘social confines’.