Agenda

 

University of Milan, Politecnico di Milano – 14-15 th, September 2017

Migration, Peace and Development. New Challenges and new Players within the International Cooperation for Development in Italy

10th anniversary of CUCS

 

Agenda 14 September

Location:  Univerity of Milano – Via Festa del Perdono 7 – Aula Magna

9.00-10.00            Registration

10.00-11.00         Opening remarks

  • Gianluca Vago, Rector, University of Milan
  • Ferruccio Resta, Rector Politecnico di Milano
  • Anna Scavuzzo, Deputy Mayor, Municipality of Milan
  • Fabrizio Sala, Deputy President, Lombardy Region
  • Andrea Carignani, DG Research and Innovation, European Commission

11:00-13:00         Plenary Session: Migration, Peace and Development

  • Chairman: Massimo Galli, University of Milan
    • Gianni Vaggi, University of Pavia
    • Romain Murenzi, The World Academy of Sciences
    • Mario Giro, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation
    • Discussant: Gabriele Pasqui, Politecnico di Milano

13:15-14:30         Break

14:30-16:30         The Vice Minister Mario Giro meets the students from the Universities in Milan

  • Chairman: Massimo Zaurrini, Africa e Affari

16:30-18:30         Sepecial Session: Irregular Migration: instruments for fair protection and multidiscilpinary approach

Chairs: Umberto Triulzi, University “La Sapienza”, Nerina Boschiero, University of Milan

  • Elena Sciso, Luigi Prosperi,  Luiss Guido Carli, Migrants traffic from Libia as a crime against humanity: new perspectives for repression on national and international scale
  • Alessia Di PascaleThe EU Policy on return: instruments and shortcomings
  • Simona Ragazzi, Fighting criminal traffic of migrants in the Mediterranean Sea from the Italian perspective: tools, efficacy, trends
  • Paolo Bargiacchi, Convergency outlook: shifting from the European security model to the American one in the management of migration fluxes?
  • Maria Teresa TrapassoThe punishment for migrant smuggling in the Italian legal system
  • Giulia Vicini, From the “Minnitti Law” to the European reforms: the right for migration becomes a security issue

Agenda 15 September

Location: Politecnico di Milano

– Auditorium – Via Pascoli 53

– Aula Magna , S13, S15 – Pizza Leonardo Da Vinci 32

9:00-11:00           Parallel sessions

  • Session 1 – Aula Magna: “Universities in multilateral partnerships for development cooperation”
    • Chairs: Egidio Dansero, University of Turin, Francesca De Filippi, Polytechnic University of Turin
      • Alberto Brugnoli and Alessia Pastorutti, Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships and Subsidiarity Approaches: Cases and Proposals for Sustainable Development
      • Navarro Ferronato, Vincenzo Torretta, Guido Zolezzi, Marco Bezzi and Marco Ragazzi, International Cooperation and University Agreements: New Opportunities for a Sustainable Development
      • Serena Massa, Nelly Cattaneo and Susanna Bortolotto, Past landscapes to shape future societies: research in the Horn of Africa
      • Flavio Bertinaria, Marco Pedretti Dal Covolo, Silvia Tomasi and Andrea Pronti, Participatory Assessment of Sustainability: the Agroecological Case in Central America
      • Silvio Cristiano, Camilla Falchetti and Francesco Miacola, Cooperation beyond development. Rethinking international aid for the self-determination of recipient communities
      • Emanuela Colombo and Lorenzo Mattarolo, The Italian Multi-stakeholder Platform and the guidelines for “Energy and Development”
      • Camilla Falchetti, Silvio Cristiano and Alfredo Mela, Failing while succeeding? On the delicate effects of a yet sincere cooperation
      • Valerio Bini, Egidio Dansero, Andrea Magarini, Yota Nicolarea and Roberto Sensi, The role of cooperation amongst cities, universities, research bodies and civil society organizations Food on Urban Policies in Africa as innovative actions in the cadre of the Milan Urban Food Policy Pact
      • Alessandra Zanelli, Knowledge transfer into a system design process: the case study of S(p)eedkits – rapid deployable kits as seeds of self-recovery
      • Blal Adem Esmail and Davide Geneletti, Knowledge transfer and capacity building: an example from the urban water sector
  • Session 2 – Auditorium: “Research as a leverage for development: approaches and experiences”
    • Chairs: Carlo Giupponi, University “Ca Foscari” Venice, Luciano Gutierrez, University of Sassari
      • Matteo Guidotti, Massimo Ranghieri, Pietro Costanzo, Federico Benolli and Simona Cavallini, Researchers, Trainers and First Responders: a Synergy for an Improved Prevention of Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Risks in South-East Asian Countries
      • Elisa Bignante, Fostering the use of ICTs in participatory visual research projects with Indigenous communities
      • Matteo Puttilli, Mirella Loda and Stefano Bartolini, Re-scaling and interpreting urban development. Geographic competencies for international cooperation
      • Daniele Bocchiola, Lavinia Brunetti, Andrea Soncini, Francesco Polinelli and Marco Gianinetto, Food security of Nepal under climate change
      • Mario Biggeri and Federico Ciani, Research, Civil Society and Human Rights: an Emancipatory Research with Women with Disabilities in Palestine
      • Elena Belcore, Angela Calvo and Alessandro Pezzoli, Local migrations and climate change: the incapacity to adapt index. A case study in the West Arsi Woreda (Ethiopia)
      • Pietro De Marinis, Chiara Mazzocchi and Guido Sali, Impact assessment on Microgardens programme in Dakar, Senegal
      • Francesca Baratta, Irene De Pellegrini, Maria Beatrice Iozzino and Paola Brusa, The A.P.P.A.® Project: formulation, stability and quality study of a pediatric galenic preparation for the treatment of sickle cell disease at Saint Damien Hospital in Haiti
      • Guglielmina Diolaiuti, Claudio Smiraglia, Daniele Bocchiola, Antonella Senese, Carlo D’Agata, Davide Maragno, Davide Fugazza, Andrea Soncini, Roberto Sergio Azzoni and Elisa Vuillermoz, Inventory of glaciers and glacial lakes of the central Karakoram National Park (pakistan) as a contribution to know and manage mountain freshwater resource
      • Francesco Garbati Pegna, Pietro Bartolini, Lhoussaine El Rhaffari, Soumia Fahim, Enrico Bonaiuti, Quang Bao Le and Claudio Zucca, Sustaining moroccan oasis agricultural system through small mechanization inputs
  • Session 3 – Room S13: “The role of the University in governmental and non-governmental international cooperation”
    • Chairs: Gian Battista Parigi, University of Pavia, Massimo Zortea, University of Trento
      • Stefano Corsi, Luigi Orsi, Ivan De Noni and Francesca Mapelli, Innovative development model: collective actions and social enterprises. The cashew value chain in Sierra Leone
      • Carlo Cerini, Nerisia Da Nelola Mauricio Tique, Benedetta Rossi, Nigritella Brianese, Paola Zanotti, Paola Lanza, Bruno Comini, Silvio Caligaris, Lina Tomasoni and Francesco Castelli, Estimated access to care of patients with HIV infection in rural communities in Mozambique
      • Francesco Roncallo, Elisa Ferrara and Alberto Traverso, Community involvement in a low cost biogas plant in an Andean region
      • Andrea Carlo Lonati, Ilaria Polloni, Filippo Ciantia, Thomas Odong and Mirella Pontello, Strategic Planning process in a general rural hospital: an experience at Dr. Ambrosoli Memorial Hospital, Uganda
      • Pietro De Marinis, Giacinto Manfron, Arianna Facchi, Giorgio Provolo and Guido Sali, Remote Sensing and land securization in Nord Kivu, DRC
      • Marta Domini, Silvia Gibellini, Lavinia Difrancesco, Antonella Vidoni, Francesca Villa, Sabrina Sorlini and Mentore Vaccari, The challenge of sharing data in cooperation projects: cause for reflection
      • Maria Nannini, Mario Biggeri, Giovanni Putoto and Gavino Maciocco, Programming interventions on Community Health Insurance: a Feasibility Case Study in Uganda
      • Giulia Lanzarini, Stefano Bolzonello, Valeria Pecchioni, Micol Fascendini and Marilena Bertini, Servizi sanitari e attività artistiche per coinvolgere i giovani nella lotta contro la migrazione irregolare in Etiopia
  • Sessione 4 – Aula S15: “Immigration: multiculturalism and new socioeconomic structures”
    • Chairs: Alberto Brugnoli, University of Bergamo, Francesca Declich, University of Urbino
      • Pietro Barbetta, Arianna Barazzetti, Rita Finco and Paolo Pressato, Ethnoclinic: Languages, Migrations, Identities
      • Maria Vittoria Calvi, Plurilinguismo e azione sociale nel paesaggio linguistico milanese
      • Sandro Rinauro, Labor market and migratory flows in Italy during the current economic crisis
      • Alberto Brugnoli, Matteo Matteini, Circular Economy, Migration and Development: Italy and Countries with Strong Migratory Pressure
      • Franco Locatelli, Alessia Montanari, Chiara Schiavo, Sabina Tangerini, Mattia Viano and Marilena Bertini, La competenza culturale in ambito sanitario
      • Marco Pastori and Maria Alessandra Verrienti, A possible alternative to illegal migration in South Wollo, Ethiopia

 

11:00-13:00         Special session – Aula Magna : “Didactics and training in international cooperation. Methodologies and approaches.”

  • Chairs: Francesco Castelli, University of Brescia, Donatella Taramelli, University of Milano
    • Giorgio Guariso and Giacomo Toffano, A model of the role of education in 2015 UN international migration data
    • Carlo Semita, Elena Ferrero, Angela Calvo, Abdourahamane Balla, Malloum Soultan and Florent Lankoande, The Project RUSSADE (Network of Sahelian Universities for Food Security and Environmental Sustainability): the role of universities as engines of developmen
    • Zeno Gaburro, Training a new generation of leaders for Africa
    • Stefano Corsi, Marco Fiala, Gabriella Giovanelli, Teaching Agriculture and Food Science in Sierra Leone between continuity and inconsistency
    • Alessandro Villari and Sebastiano Nucifora, Complex networks, simple solutions. The University between education and new job opportunities in international cooperation projects
    • Federica Tarabusi and Arianna Taddei, Professional Changes and new Challenges in the field of International Aid
    • Maurizio Marceca, L.M. Salvatori, “Irregular” Migration and Health: implications for protection and education policies

13:00-14:30         Light Lunch

14.30-17.30         Round table – Aula Magna: “New Challenges and new Players within the International Cooperation for Development in Italy”

  • Chair: Gianfranco Belgrano, Editorial Director InfoAfrica
  • Session wrap-up
  • Session commentary by:
    • Rita Mannella, DGCS
    • Fabio Rugge, CRUI
  • Participants:
    • Bernardo Bini Smaghi, Cassa Depositi e Prestiti
    • Federico Cinquepalmi, MIUR
    • Enrico Materia, AICS
    • Silvia Stilli, AOI
    • Giampaolo Silvestri, AVSI, CNCS
    • Emanuela Colombo, Politecnico di Milano
    • Guido Sali, Università degli Studi di Milano

 

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