At the entrance of the park, in the tunnel made by Captain D’Albertis, visitors can see the complaint against the mistreatment of children filed by the Terre des Hommes Italia through the mural El grito de los Excluidos by Ecuadorian master Pavel Egüez, realised with funding from Genoa - 2004 European City of Culture.
The 47-square-yard mural, which Egüez realised in collaboration with ceramist Guido Garbarino, is divided into two opposing sections, with very attractive street furniture features.
The "Cry of the Excluded" is the artistic expression of a protest campaign against all forms of social, economic, and racial exclusion, and in favour of the safeguard of fundamental human rights. Originally started in Latin America, the campaign now involves all excluded countries, that is to say, the poorest and disadvantaged countries in a globalised economy.
The first in Europe, Genoa’s mural addresses the rights of children, who are always the first victims of any form of exclusion. It has symbolically become one of the rings of the chain of public artworks realised in the cities of South America.