Cancel culture refers to the practice of withdrawing support for public figures and companies after they have done or said something offensive,it is a rather new phenomenon that is often encountered on many online social platforms. We could call it a modern-day trial, but the only issue is:who is really… Read More »Cancel culture
Women Empowerment How Women Can Get Top Jobs Are women treated differently than men in the workplace? Although the answer to this question for some is “no”, some shocking facts reveal the harsh truth about the way society undervalues women’s qualities and talents. Moreover, this prejudice inevitably leads to women… Read More »Women Empowerment
How entertainment industry workers reacted to the damage caused by Covid-19. The Covid-19 situation has weakened the careers of workers in almost every field and workplace. It has shown how fragile the balances of our economic system are. It has affected the world of work threatening the well-being of millions… Read More »Get organised to be recognised
Coming from an Eastern post-Soviet country I can feel the USSR in each detail from my city. Going for a walk I see brick apartment buildings (Khrushchyovka) all having the same facade with small windows symbolizing how citizens should live in perfect equality, without having the right to choose. I… Read More »TRIP IN TIME – BACK TO USSR
Carlos Ruiz Zafòn was one of the most prominent contemporary writers and by far, one of my all time favourites. He died at the age of 55 on the 19th June 2020, leaving behind a precious legacy difficult to unfold and impossible to explain. Nevertheless, trying to describe it, is definitely worth a… Read More »The Legacy of Zafòn: an untold tale
When asked about when exactly the conflicts started many historians can’t give a specific date because of different opinions and visions that they have.Some say it started in 1948 when the Israel state was declared.Also opinions are being different if talking about what are the real motives of this war,is… Read More »Israeli-Palestinian conflict and why did it all start?
Love and other drugs (USA, 2010): Starring: Jake Gyllenhaal, Anne Hathaway. Co-written by: Edward Zwick, Charles Randolph, Marshall Herskovitz. Directed by: Edward Zwick. Genre: romantic, comedy-drama. Running time: 112 minutes. Curiosities: About the explicit nude and sex scenes featured in the film, Gyllenhaal said: «I never had sex wearing underwear… Read More »The Movie House
A conversation with Raphael Lambert Property is one of the most discussed issues of our time: it is not possible to deal with this important issue without knowing the ancient roots of the term. GG students have done an amazing journey throughout property’s history from John Locke theories and the… Read More »The historical pattern of Property
A conversation with Nicolò Sartori The numerous implications of the energy sector and global challenges for renewables energies have been the main topics of the meeting. The added value given to this conversation has been given to the guest’s global perspective on the linkage between international relations and energy. Energy… Read More »New opportunities and Challenges: a new face of energy sector.
A conversation with Mr. Zimmt Raz GG students have had a huge opportunity to enrich their knowledge about Middle East affairs, in particular the domestic and external challenges of Iran. The discussion has been so inspiring because the guest touched three main issues linked to the country: domestic challenges, the… Read More »Latest developments with Iran’s domestic and foreign policy
A conversation with Francesco Lotoro “Concentrationary music” is not an existent kind of music, even the adjective is not an official word, but it is used to promote an important concept: memory. Thanks to the experience and passion of Mr. Francesco Lotoro, GG students have had the possibility to listen… Read More »The rhythm of freedom
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 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.
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 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
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.