Topic: Agrifood, Morocco The starting point of a wider view on a new transformation for Africa and its population is located directly into everyday meals; Even the smallest grain of wheat can make the difference. The sustainable agriculture represents a big step forward in agrifood terms. Morocco is located… Read More »A new sunshine rises: Agrifood in Morocco and new dreams for the population
A conversation with Carlo Giupponi The importance of interdisciplinary is fundamental in Global Governance B.A course but also relevant for a deep understanding of world, global changes and sustainability. Thanks to the conversation with Mr. Carlo Giupponi, GG students have had the opportunity to share reflections on climate change and… Read More »Environmental statistics: data, GDP and numbers
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 with… Read More »The ocean inside us
A conversation with Nadeem Riyaz The first Global Conversation of the year has always a huge amount of happiness and hope for a change in the world. Global Governance students could not imagine a better way to start this new year thanks to the presence of the Ambassador of Pakistan,… Read More »A new era for South Asia: goals and challenges.
AICS, “Italian Agency for cooperation and development”, is a public agency that overall promotes international development. The presentation held at the EXCO, an exhibition based on international cooperation, mainly focused on the law 125 that entered into force in August 2014. This law revolutionized the system of international cooperation… Read More »AICS: “Italian Agency for Cooperation and Development”
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 the… Read More »Spain and the Crisis
A conversation with Belgium Ambassador Frank Carruet Nowadays, International relations are so difficult to hang. Every country is different and it has multiple needs from a social and economic point of view. In order to maintain peaceful and smart relations with the world, the respect for the country that is located… Read More »The life of an Ambassador
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 from… Read More »The Voyage of the Damned
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 on… Read More »Active science
Algeria is a North-African country belonging to the Maghreb region. Since 2011, it’s the biggest country in Africa. Algeria is also a member of the Africa Union and the Arab League since its independence in 1962. It joined the OPEC in 1969. Algeria is constitutionally defined as an Islamic, Arab… Read More »Sectarianism in Algeria: “La Question Berbère”
A conversation with Vittorio Colizzi In a complex system is fundamental to study, know and analyse the predominant diseases in order to find remedies and cultural backgrounds on them. The reality has to be “touched” and we don’t have to fear it. The touched topics of this conversation were so… Read More »Science: with and for the society
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 the… Read More »Hezbollah, the reality behind it.
A conversation with Thomas Hylland Eriksen Nowadays seems that Climate change is a complex problem without a practical resolution. Everyone speaks about it: schools, governments, States and mass media but anyone can find a way to solve the problem and to convince human beings to act. Humans need another point of… Read More »Change for all, change for you!!
How convenient is google? You need to know something, you google it, you find it. It is great, isn’t it? The search engine is so convenient that the term ‘to google something’ was even added to several dictonaries in various languages all over the world. If you think about it… Read More »Search and Plant Trees – The ecofriendly search Engine
Geometrical metaphors to explain the liberal and communitarian paradigms and to advance some proposals for a dimensional shift in the relationship between the individuals and the communities. “If you go away from a row, you can still come back into it. A row is an open formation. But a circle… Read More »Circles and Lines in the Spheres of Justice
Have you ever wondered how it would feel, in 2019, to dwell in an ancient cave, the same where your ancestors lived? No, I’m not trying to apply Plato’s teachings in the modern era, but instead I’m talking about something that really happens in one of the most wonderful places… Read More »The immeasurable beauty of Matera
What is religion? Why do we believe in something as such? Does God really exist? How is it possible that, in one planet only, we put our faith in so many different Divinities? These are all extremely fascinating questions mankind has been asking itself for ever. I have no intention… Read More »The issue with religion – secularization or alienation?
Third Culture Kid – A child raised in a culture other than their parents’ (or the culture of the country given on the child’s passport, where they are legally considered native) for a significant part of their early development years. The term was coined by anthropologists John and Ruth Hill Useem in… Read More »THIRD CULTURE KIDS : CHILDREN OF GLOBALIZATION
It happens sometimes that one feels like he has to do something, and then he just stands staring in the middle of nothing, with a cocktail in his hand and in the sad background of a latin-american song that tells “Baila conmigo mujer / Que la noche solamente comienza”. Well,… Read More »Baila conmigo
As Estonia became the first European country to introduce e-democracy, namely a digital version of the “traditional democracy”, it has become a model for the rest to follow. Indeed, it has added a new dimension to our concept not only of democracy, but also of participation and nation states. Named by… Read More »DIGITAL DEMOCRACY: FUTURE OF THE NATION STATES?