European Aperitifs: Societal Challenges

Second edition

12 April - 10 May 2016
Versione stampabile

Venue: Bookique Literary Cafè Pedrara - Via Torre d’Augusto, 29 - Trento

Time: 6 pm – 7.30 pm 

How is our approach to the labour market changing? What should be done to effectively integrate foreign citizens? What are the job perspectives for young people? How to combine territorial changes and the growing demand for public participation? Contemporary societies have to face these challenges and answer these questions. We will attempt to do it during our five European Aperitifs in an informal and friendly atmosphere.  

The staff of the Jean Monnet European Centre and its guests will welcome you at the Bookique Literary Cafè Pedrara to talk and share ideas, perspectives and suggestions for the present and future society. 

Next event:

Tuesday, May 10th

Millennials, Neet, Expat e Startupper. Victims and protagonists of the changes in the contemporary Italy
Alessandro Rosina - Department of Statistics, Catholic University of Milan

Full schedule

Tuesday, April 12th

Scenarios and Resources for job search: what is the job of the future?
Haidi Garulli - Job Guidance Office, University of Trento

Tuesday, April 19th

Labour organization and gender inequalities: challenges and prospects
Annalisa Murgia - Department of Sociology and Social Research, University of Trento

Tuesday, April 26th

Immigration in Italy and in Trentino: the scenario and the developments during the crisis
Serena Piovesan - Information Centre for Immigration, Autonomous Province of Trento

Tuesday, May 3rd 

From the major works to the dismantled urban areas: the added value of the public participation
Andrea Mariotto - Alpsus, Iuav University, Venice

Tuesday, May 10th

Millennials, Neet, Expat e Startupper. Victims and protagonists of the changes in the contemporary Italy
Alessandro Rosina - Department of Statistics, Catholic University of Milan

 

Buffet provided by the Jean Monnet European Centre of Excellence 

To participate please send an email to centrojeanmonnet [at] unitn.it

Co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union