Farewell to Costantino Mustari, former councilor and president of the Unicef ​​Catanzaro provincial committee


By John

“With Nino Mustari leaves a passionate and authentic educator, devoted to the protection of the rights of children and adolescents expressed in his commitment to Unicef, a good and enthusiastic person, and above all a dear friend”. The president of the Unicef ​​Calabria Committee, the Dr. Giuseppe Raiola, expresses the personal condolences of the entire Calabrian committee for the passing away of the professor Costantino Mustariformer head teacher, current president of the Unicef ​​provincial committee of Catanzaro, and vice president of the regional committee.

“Nino Mustari was a man of culture and letters, with his books he had given us a mosaic of themed stories with characters who knew how to capture the soul and attention, because Nino – Raiola continues – was a weaver of stories , and even before projects to be carried out to serve the community. In recent weeks, despite his illness, he had dedicated himself body and soul to starting the project School friendly to girls, boys and adolescents” which he had managed to launch in 18 institutes in the province. Last November 20, the Universal Convention on the Rights of Children and Adolescents, not being able to visit the schools involved in person, However, he had entrusted the Provincial Committee with the mission of bringing the testimony to Unicef ​​to celebrate the event. His stubbornness, his generosity, his reliability and industriousness will be missed by Unicef ​​of Catanzaro which Nino was able to relaunch and support with even more vigor under my presidency, so much so that I wanted him at my side in the role of deputy. I will miss a dear friend with whom I can share new challenges to overcome in the protection of the little ones, about whom we will continue to think and act, even in memory of Nino”.

Fiorita’s condolences

“Nino Mustari dedicated his life to education, culture and civil commitment. He was an incomparable councillor, called at a delicate moment to lend a hand to his city. We remember him as a school director, as a teacher, as a tireless Unicef ​​animator, as a sensitive and cultured person, exponent of that world of school and volunteering that we will never stop thanking. We will not forget Nino and his extraordinary figure”.