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|Title:||L’istruzione può cambiare il mondo. Prospettive per la promozione del diritto allo studio e delle pari opportunità nei paesi in via di sviluppo
Education can change the world. Addressing Equal Opportunities and the Right to access to Higher Education in Least Developed Countries
|Authors:||Scala, Elisabetta||Keywords:||Pari Opportunità; Studi di genere; Diritto allo studio; Diritto all’istruzione; Cooperazione internazionale allo sviluppo; Paesi in via di sviluppo; Trasferimento di conoscenza; UNESCO; Banca Mondiale; Multidisciplinarità; Interculturalità; Obiettivi per lo Sviluppo Sostenibile; Relazioni internazionali; Giovani economicamente svantaggiati; Equal Opportunities; Gender Studies; Right to Education; International Cooperation in Higher Education; International Cooperation for development; Least Developed Countries; Knowledge transfer; World Bank; Multidisciplinary approach; Interculturalism; Sustainable Development Goals; International Relations; Disadvantaged Youth||Issue Date:||24-Jun-2016||Abstract:||
The Seminar under the theme “Education Can Change the World. Addressing Equal Opportunities and The Right to Access to Higher Education in Least Developed Countries” took place at the University of Trieste, on 24 June 2016, from 9.00 am to 13.00 pm. The event was opened by an introduction of Dr Elisabetta Scala, Member of the Equal Opportunities Board of the University of Trieste and Research Fellow at Department of Engineering and Architecture, who ideated and organized the event in collaboration with the Office for Scientific Communication and Knowledge Transfer Services of the University of Trieste. Dr Scala was joined by the Students Council President Marco Da Prat; Berhane Tadesse Lemma, student at her third year study of Natural Sciences Degree Course at the Department of Agriculture, University of Udine; Federica Anastasia, Member of the Equal Opportunities Board of the University of Trieste, Tutor at the Department of Life Sciences; Patrizia Romito, President of the Equal Opportunities Board of the University of Trieste, Full Professor at the Department of Life Sciences; Renata Kodilja, President of the Equal Opportunities Board of the University of Udine, Full Professor at the Department of Languages, Literature and Communication study; Marco Galeotti, Full Professor at the Department of Agricultural, Environmental and Veterinary Sciences, University of Udine; Natalina Folla, Member of the Equal Opportunities Board of the University of Trieste, Department of Legal, Language, Interpreting and Translation Studies; Gete Gulma Gemeda, graduated in Political Science and International Relations at the University of Trieste; Umberto Marin, President of the ONG Time for Africa; Joel Nkwega, President of the Association of Students from Cameroon; Giovanni Ferracuti, Editorial Director of the Journal “El Bolero di Ravel”, Full Professor of the Department of Humanities, University of Trieste; Luca Brusati, Director of the Laboratory for Research in Economics and Management (LAREM), University of Udine; Daniela Gerin, Head of Research Projects Office on the health of immigrants, women and policies against violence on women and kids, University Hospital of Trieste; Aldo Roberto Mazzolini, with more than 30 years of experience as Director of Services at the Regional Body for the right to access universitary education at the University of Trieste and Udine, who delivered a message calling on the referents from both universities to work together to be more impactful in International Cooperation domain. The event was packed full of interesting speeches across a range of important disciplines related to the educational priorities in LDCs and International Cooperation for sustainable development related issues, all featuring referents from across disciplines and approaches to face the main challenges of our contemporary world, discussing about LDC’ students environment, civil society organisations and the role of Regional and National Governmental authorities. Referents expressed their common understanding regarding the crucial role that the right to access higher education for the most economically vulnerable world youth, especially for young girls, can play in combating poverty and inequalities in LDCs. With these common points of interests referents shared ideas and discussed key elements in on-going projects and in new ways to operate and go forward, inspiring each other to work together to foster education for global citizenship.
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