EDUCATING FOR GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP AT THE UNIVERSITY
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE TO LAUNCH UNESCO CHAIR IN GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION IN HIGHER EDUCATION, UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNA
Bologna, June 24th, 2022, 9.30 am. to 1 pm.
Sala Cappella Farnese, Palazzo d’Accursio, Bologna
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The panel discussion "New citizenships: the right to reception and university", moderated by Massimiliano Tarozzi, featured: Raffaella Campaner, Pro-Rector for International Relations, University of Bologna; Rita Monticelli, Municipal Councillor delegated by the Mayor for Human Rights and Interreligious Dialogue; Lorenzo Leotardi, representing the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).
Patrick Zaki, international student in gender studies at the University of Bologna, gave a heartfelt video conference speech from Egypt.
On the topic of Global Citizenship Education at the University Naouel Mami Abdellatif, Vice-Rector for International Relations University Mohamed Lamine Debaghine Setif 2, Algeria, sent a video message.
On the topic of the Magna Charta Universitatum network Marcelo Knobel, Former Rector State University of Campinas, Brazil, made an online intervention.
The last round table chaired by Marcella Milana, has been dedicated to the role of actors at the university in Global Citizenship Education and was composed by Ayesha Afzaa Malik, Student Ambassador Pakistan, La Salete Coelho, Centro de Estudios Africanos University of Porto and Magdalena Kuleta-Hulboj, University of Warsaw.
The conference aimed to provide a discussion on the role of the university in promoting global citizenship through its three institutional domains:
- Public outreach: commitment to the development and social wellbeing of communities.
The conference intended to promote collaboration between the University and the Community, highlighting the synergies and common objectives between the Municipality of Bologna and the Alma Mater on a number of areas of the UNESCO Chair’s commitment, including intercultural integration, human rights (refugees in particular), and new citizenships.
New citizenships: the right to reception and to the University Chair: Massimiliano Tarozzi, University of Bologna, GCED UNESCO Chair Holder
Raffaella Campaner, Vice-Rector for International Relations, University of Bologna
Rita Monticelli, City councilor Delegate for Human Rights and Interreligious Dialogue
Lorenzo Leotardi, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)
Patrick Zaki, International student in Gender Studies
Integrating Global Citizenship in Higher Education
Naouel Mami Abdellatif, Vice-Rector for international relations at Mohamed Lamine Debaghine Setif 2 University, Algeria.
The Magna Charta Universitatum Network
Marcelo Knobel, Former Rector of University of Campinas, Brazil
Global citizenshipz education at the University: the actors Chair: Marcella Milana, University of Verona
Ayesha Afzaa Malik, Student Ambassador, Pakistan
La Salete Coelho, African Studies Center Porto, Portugal
Magdalena Kuleta-Hulboj, University of Warsaw, Poland
Massimiliano Tarozzi, University of Bologna, GCED UNESCO Chair Holder
Italian and English will be the working languages of the conference. Simultaneous interpretation will be available.
- UNESCO Chair in Global Citizenship Education in Higher Education
University of Bologna
- Metropolitan City of Bologna
- Academic Network of Global Education and Learning (ANGEL)
- Global Education Network Europe (GENE)
- European Union (EU)
PLACE AND DATE
Bologna, Sala “Cappella Farnese”, Palazzo d’Accursio (second floor), Piazza Maggiore 6
24th June 2022 H 9.30-13
Participation is free of charge, but due limits of available places, you are invited to register
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Prof. Massimiliano Tarozzi (UNESCO Chair holder)
Raffaella Faggioli, Carla Inguaggiato, Luca Vittori (University of Bologna/ UNESCO chair in GCE)