Savin Mattozzi is a journalist based in Naples, Italy. He covers history, culture and politics in southern Italy and the Mediterranean region. His work has been featured in National Geographic, Al Jazeera, Euronews, Are We Europe and Hyphen among others.
Despite having a growing Muslim population, the city has no central mosque. This has led to the creation of a number of informal places of worship, often in unlikely locations
Struggle is in the blood of the Naples’ ancient third-gender community of the Femminielli - Are We Europe
The families of children killed by the police and the families of children killed by the Camorra are at odds about who should have their children memorialized on Naples’ walls. - Euronews.
A photoessay for Swiss TV-radio RSI on Naples presepi makers and their struggles during the coronavirus pandemic.
A Muslim stronghold for about 200 years between the ninth and 11th centuries, Sicily bears the marks of Islamic history - Al Jazeera.