Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

CeSI talks - I edition

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July 16, 2020

The University Centre for International Solidarity launches the first edition of its CeSI talks, a series of short meetings lasting 30-45 minutes in which a lecturer from the Catholic University talks with experts and professionals involved in the many sectors that animate the world of international development cooperation. The meetings are intended as a useful opportunity to deepen the themes and issues at the centre of public debate in line with the multidisciplinary approach that has always characterized the areas of interest and the initiatives promoted by the University Centre. The dialogue will start from a keyword that will be introduced and commented by the moderator teacher and that will start the debate with the guest.   

The meetings will be transmitted on the social channels of CIS and Università Cattolica and will then be available as podcasts and in the archive of the socials used.
 

I meeting
Thursday 25 June, 11.30 a.m.

COOPERATION.
Challenges and prospects for cooperation in the days of Covid-19

Moderator: Prof. Marco Caselli, Director of CeSI
Speaker: Dr. Silvia Fregoso, Chad Country Coordinator, ACRA

View the meeting and read the article by CattolicaNews.
 


II meeting
Thursday, July 2, 3 p.m.

COMMUNICATION.
Communicate the emergency, communicate in emergency

Moderator: Prof. Marco Lombardi, Director of the Department of Sociology
Speakers: Dr Laura Bacalini, Perigeo NGO and Dr Laura Silvia Battaglia, journalist

View the meeting and read the article by CattolicaNews.


III meeting
Thursday 9 July, 11.30 a.m.

MULTILATERALISM.
The geopolitics of the virus

Moderator: Prof. Riccardo Redaelli, Director of the Research Centre on the Southern System and the Enlarged Mediterranean (CRiSSMA)
Speaker: Dr Angelino Alfano, President of the De Gasperi Foundation

View the meeting and read the article by CattolicaNews.


IV meeting
Thursday, July 16, 11.30 a.m.

BE SAFE.
Action and health prevention in developing countries: what does Covid-19 teach?

Moderator: Prof. Antonia Testa, Associate Professor of Gynaecology and Obstetrics
Speaker: Dr. Kezevino Aram, President of Shanti Ashram, International Centre for Child and Public Health, Coimbatore, India

View the meeting and read the article by CattolicaNews.