Automatic Misogyny Identification (AMI) is a shared task proposed at the Evalita 2020 evaluation campaign. The AMI challenge, based on Italian tweets, is organized into two subtasks: (1) Subtask A about misogyny and aggressiveness identification and (2) Subtask B about the fairness of the model. At the end of the evaluation phase, we received a total of 20 runs for Subtask A and 11 runs for Subtask B, submitted by 8 teams. In this paper, we present an overview of the AMI shared task, the datasets, the evaluation methodology, the results obtained by the participants and a discussion about the methodology adopted by the teams. Finally, we draw some conclusions and discuss future work.