A conversation with Mrs. Joytishna Jit A world have been open up about the legal perspective of water and “invisible boundaries” of the sea. GG students have discovered a new land to explore thanks to Mrs. Joytishna Jit. She is responsible for lots of policy development projects in collaboration withRead More →

A conversation with Jordi Vaquer Fanès After the crisis happened in 2008, the “New Normal Spain” does not fit anymore in global standards as a rich and dynamic country. (unemployment from 8% to 26%) Spain’s politics in a European context, is a wide puzzle, a complex system that mirrors theRead More →

A conversation with Andrew Halper Since the most ancient ages, the history of refugees has been critical and sometimes impossible to manage. Thanks to a special guest, we have explored the fundamental past events about the first refugees that needed help for having escaped a difficult and tragic condition fromRead More →

A conversation with Robert Robinson Science and technology represent the future for human beings. There is the need to find new sustainable energies and change the way people live in order to guarantee the survival for the future generations. According to Robert Robinson, an active participation of the population onRead More →

A conversation with Marina Calculli GG students have made an interesting international trip in middle eastern studies thanks to a proposal at the “Universiteit Leiden” (The Netherlands) and the explanation of her research. She focused her work on “Hezbollah, the Lebanese State and the International Community “. She focused on theRead More →

A conversation with Paolo Cesarini The limit between truth and lies is thin and invisible. It can be a playroom for everyone who wants to change reality or simply create chaos with simple actions. Thanks to a special guest, we have gotten several insights on how to understand and recognizeRead More →

It is late when I enter the half-empty Sala del Consiglio and look for a place: trying not to be noticed by the speaker, I unfortunately end up in the first row, just facing myself with the smiling face of Prof. Fabio Zanzotto. I humbly sit down and try toRead More →