Towards the development of a virtual model of sustainable and self-sufficient welfare society to transform the real world: a discussion rich of suggestions and ideas by César Emilio Valdivieso París, a Venezuelan professor, creator of the project “El Mundo Feliz del Futuro” and first commenter of our blog. As yourRead More →

The debates concerning the Islamic culture have been a trending topic not only in politics but also when analyzing social-economic aspects within the nations, such as Indonesia and Malaysia, where it is possible to find an Islam prevalence. The opportunity to engage in an interesting discussion about this subject ledRead More →

 On the 11th of April, Professor Pasquale Scaramozzino held a Global Conversation in the Economics Faculty of Tor Vergata. He graduated from La Sapienza with a Laurea summa cum laude in Scienze Statistiche ed Economiche in 1984 and pursued his Ph.D. at the London School of Economics and Political Science in 1990. TheRead More →

“Europe is an ambitious project, it is an active utopia, struggling to coalesce and consolidate the otherwise disconnected, multidirectional actions. How active that utopia will ultimately turn, depends on its actors.” (Zygmunt Bauman). Let us examine Europe and let us therefore look at this quote, that defines the European UnionRead More →

  Born in the outskirts of  Vienna in 1862, Klimt was the second son of a gold engraver. Perhaps this explain his “gold period” that later came to be known as his legacy.  After completing university, he worked on various art commissions, which included the ceilings and murals of publicRead More →

[…] In my next article following this one, I will put excerpts of survivors stories and through their words, create awareness on the issue of sexual exploitation, the various circumstances that lead them into such a dark world and highlight the fact that  sexual exploitation is real and it exists.Read More →

Many intellectuals claim that our world is getting smaller and smaller thanks to the increasing interconnectedness created by globalisation and technological improvement. At the same time, however, also our perception of reality is getting smaller and more individualistic, as if we were living in isolated bubbles. These are created mainly by the media, which filter, manipulate and selectthe information we obtain, takingRead More →