Orari delle lezioni | Seminari e Convegni

Transitions, Cultural Changes, and Inequalities

23 Oct. \ 8.30 — 9.30

Registration of participants Courtroom “Gabriele De Rosa” — Building B

Welcome coffee

| 23 Oct. \ 9.30

Greetings Authorities

Courtroom “Gabriele De Rosa” — Building D Aurelio Tommasetti, Rector, University of Salerno, Italy \ Maurizio Sibilio, Dean, Department of Human, Education and Philo-sophical Sciences \ Domenico Apicella, President, ADISURC Authority of Right to Study, Campania Region, Italy \ Vincenzo Sessa, Mayor, Comune di Fisciano \ Michele Albanese, General Director, Banca Monte Pruno

Welcome speeches

Giovanna Truda, Scientific Coordinator of International network Cultural Changes, Inequalities and Sustainable Development (CcISuD) \ Emiliana Mangone, Director of International Centre for Studies and Resear-ch “Mediterranean Knowledge” (ICSR MK) \ Cyril Masselot, International Coordinator of INTI, USR 3124 MSHE du CNRS, Université Bourgogne Franche-Comtè (UBFC, CNRS, France) \ Jean-Jacques Girardot, PhD in Economics and President of Scientific Coun-cil of International Network of Territorial Intelli-gence (INTI)

Keynote speaker

Aldo Bonomi, Sociologist, Director of

Consortium Aaster (Agents of Territorial

Development), Sustainable Development in the Society of Flows: The Role of Territorial Actors

| 23 Oct. \ 14.30 — 16.00

Topic F — Cultural changes, communica-tion, knowledge

Courtroom “2/3 DISUFF” — Building C Chair — Rosanna Tammaro, University of Salerno \ Lidia Nazzaro & Olga Nazzaro, MIUR (Italy), Past, present and future meet on theme of collective intelligence \ Filomena Riccardi, MIUR (Italy), Global migrations and “Global citizenship education”: samples of case studies concerning effective actions in some Italian public schools \ Anna Gorrese, University of Salerno (Italy), Emotional intelli-gence and civic engagement in adolescence

\ Emanuela Pece, University of Salerno (Italy), The “sharing housing”: a media lecture

of Italian newspapers \ Alma Pisciotta, University of Calabria (Italy), The Theatre of the Oppressed as an example of Collective Intelligence \ Erminio Fonzo, University of Salerno (Italy), Integration of migrants throu-gh sport: the story of the football team Afro-Napoli United \ Yousef Hamitouche, University Algier 3 (Algeria), Educational policy of French colonialism in Algeria and its impact on cultural and identity transforma-tions of Algerian society

16.00 — Coffee break

| 23 Oct. \ 16.30 — 18:30

Topic A+B — Territorial observation: social-technical tools of territorial obser-vation for the collective intelligence \

Participative territorial governance, planning of social-ecological innovation, territories and networks

Courtroom “2/3 DISUFF” — Building C

Chair — Cyril Masselot, USR 3124 MSHE du CNRS, Université Bourgogne Franche-Com-tè (UBFC, CNRS, France) \ Antonia Autuori

& Carola Carazzone, Fondazione della Comunità Salernitana Onlus (Italy), Commu-nity foundations: a new territorial actor for participatory planning and co-design of social-ecological innovation \ César Gélvez Espinel, Université de Grenoble (France), Arvieu: empirical application of territorial intelligence and participatory territorial governance \ Monica Maglio, University of Salerno (Italy), Governance and Regional Smart Specialization Strategies of Southern Italy \ Pasquale Persico, University of Saler-no (Italy), Multiscale, generational and inter-temporal strategic governance in integrated parks management programs \

Bahidjeddine Hachemaoui & Jean-Jac-ques Girardot, Université Abderrahmane Mira Route Targua, Ouzemour (Algérie), Conseiller Scientifique INTI (France), Appli-cation of tetraclass analysis on the results of the “quality of life” survey in the city of Bejaia \

Roberto Gerundo, Michele Grimaldi, Antonio Iovine, Federica Caprino, Luisa Spisso & Stella De Vivo, University of Saler-no (Italy), Methodological proposal of a procedure supporting decisions for territorial risk mitigation \ Jean-Jacques Girardot & Serge Ormoux, Conseiller Scientifique INTI (France), Université de Bourgogne

Franche-Comté (France), Promote dialogue between the humanities and the sciences of ecology and the environment

| 23 Oct. \ 14.30 — 16.00

Topic C — Vulnerability, resilience of territories and populations

Courtroom “1 DISUFF” — Building C

Chair — Philippe Woloszyn, UMR 5319 CNRS, Bordeaux Montaigne (France) \ María Helena Botero, Universidad del Rosario (Colombia), Territorial Resilience Facing the War: The people who resist from their territory in the Province of Lengupá Colombia \

Roberto Gerundo, Maria Izzo & Miriam Ceni, University of Salerno (Italy), Resilient capillary regeneration. The case of the municipality of Castel Volturno \ Veronica Lo Presti & Maria Dentale, University of Rome “Sapienza” (Italy), For an analysis of social capital: the binomial “vulnerability - resilience”; in three territories of Southern Italy \ Csilla Filó, University of Pecs (Hungary), Compari-son of physical activity and labour market activity \ Alfonso Piscitelli & Giovanna Truda, University of Naples “Federico II” (Italy), University of Salerno (Italy), Life satisfaction and the Equitable and sustai-nable Well-being (Bes) domains: an analysis of the Italian regions \ Roberto Gerundo,

Gabriella Graziuso, Michele Grimaldi, Maria Veronica Izzo & Alessandra Marra, University of Salerno (Italy), Risk perception in urban planning to increase the levels of resilience of the territory \ Philippe Woloszyn, UMR 5319 CNRS, Bordeaux Montaigne (France), Wave synthesis of the mechanisms of solidarity \ Roberto Gerun-do & Carlo Gerundo, University of Salerno (Italy), University of Naples “Federico II” (Italy), Proximity equalization as a tool to trigger resilient widespread regeneration process

16.00 — Coffee break

| 23 Oct. \ 16.30 — 18.30

Topic E — Gender, territories and sustai-nable development

Courtroom “1 DISUFF” — Building C

Chair — Nanta Novello Paglianti, Université de Bourgogne Franche-Comté (France) \ Chiara D’Auria, University of Salerno (Italy), Women emancipation in China: historical perspectives and empirical evidence betwe-

en tradition and modernity \ Loredana Incarnato, Maria Rosaria Pelizzari & Clotilde Cicatiello, University di Salerno (Italy), Innovation, Development and Gender Issues in Research Organizations: the Gender Equality Plan of the University of Salerno \ Nanta Novello Paglianti, Universi-té de Bourgogne Franche-Comté (France), Talking about yourself in the Twittosphere: gender in the prism of politics \ Fabiana Quatrano, University di Salerno (Italy), Centrality of the person for a new paradigm of sustainable development \ Stellamarina Donato, LUMSA of Rome (Italy), The evolu-tion of the international documents in fighting violence against women

| 24 Oct. \ 9.00 — 11.00

Topic C — Vulnerability, resilience ofterritories and populations

Courtroom “14 DISUFF” — Building C Chair — Folco Cimagalli, LUMSA of Rome (Italy) \ Anne Marilyse Kouadio, Ecole Normale Supérieure d’Abidjan (Côte d’Ivoire), Adjamé-Abidjan “black market” sex workers: between social vulnerability and resilience \ Folco Cimagalli, LUMSA of Rome (Italy), Take charge of the invisible. A new collective action for homeless people \ Guénaël Devillet, Pierre Ozer, Pascal Simoens & Pierre Cornut, Liège Université (Belgium), From cooperation to co-construction: toward a response to social vulnerability in territories with a high level of exposure to natural disaster \ Daniela Sica, Ornella Malandrino & Maria Rosaria Pelizzari, University of Salerno (Italy), Gender equality in Italy: a critical analysis \ Anna Izzo, Ambito Territo- riale A4 (Italy), Young NEETs: from social and working exclusion to the active citizenship. The role of the social worker \ Annie Beka Beka, Ecole Normale Superieure de Libreville (Gabon), Preservation of the environment through the creation of protected areas in Gabon: what territories, what land rights for indigenous peoples? \ Rita Cutini & Daniela Pompei, University “Dante Alighieri” of Reggio Calabria (Italy), Comunità di Sant’Egi- dio, Rome, Italy, The Humanitarian corridors: a legal and safe alternative to deaths in the Mediterranean sea \ Antonella Golino, University of Molise (Italy), Italy that resists. The inner areas as laboratories of social-terri- torial rebirth

11.00 — Coffee break

| 24 Oct. \ 11.30 — 13.30

Topic D — Fundamental rights, inequalities and protection systems

Courtroom “14 DISUFF” — Building C

Chair: Giovanna Truda, University of Salerno (Italy) \ Cristina Sofia, University of Rome “Sapienza” (Italy), The widespreadreception of migrants in Rome. Experiences of hospita-lity and integration in comparison \ Valeria Tevere, University of Salerno (Italy), The violence against women as a serious violation of fundamental rights \ Mariarosaria Colucciello, University of Salerno (Italy), The rights of the poor in Latin America. The theology of liberation of Leonardo Boff \ Alessandra Petrone & Lucia Picarella, University of Salerno (Italy), Universidad Católica de Colombia (Colombia), The protection of new rights in a Kantian cosmopolitan perspective \ Antonino Astone, University of Messina (Italy), Informed consent to health care and early treatment provisions \ Alberto Marchese, University of Messina (Italy), Protection of fundamental rights in the legal regulation of bio-banks \ Aurora Vesto, University “Dante Alighieri” of Reggio Calabria (Italy), “End of life” and self-determi-nation \ Antonio Sposito, Presidente ANS, Associazione nazionale sociologi Campania, The Regional Department of Campania (National Sociological Association) & The Regional Law 13/2017 “The Sociology Servi-ce of the Territory”

| 24 Oct. \ 9.00 — 11.00

Topic B — Participative territorial governance, planning of social-ecological innovation, territories and networks

Courtroom “9 DISUFF” — Building C

Chair — Blanca Miedes, University of Huelva (Spain) \ Alfonso Piscitelli & Enrico Sacco, University of Naples “Federico II” (Italy), L’inte-lligenza collettiva nelle strategie di crescita e sopravvivenza imprenditoriale \ Maria Rosaria Sessa & Ornella Malandrino, University of Salerno (Italy), The role of APEA for the development of a territory: analysis of state of the art and prospects in Italy \ Blanca Miedes & Fernandez Borrero, University of Huelva (Spain), The role of emotions in the regeneration of the human agency in the framework of the socio-ecological transition. Implications for the development of territorial intelligence \ Fiorella Vinci, eCampus University, Como (Italy), The University’s functions in territorial development: the case of wine production in the Conero area \ Annalisa Frigenti & Ginevra De Majo, MIUR (Italy), Schools that differentiate... make the difference! \ Alessandra Sannella, Università di Cassino e del Lazio Meridionale (Italy), Health and sustainability systems. Actions and strategies for well-being

| 24 Oct. \ 11.30 — 13.30

Topic F — Cultural changes, communica-tion, knowledge

Courtroom “9 DISUFF” — Building C

Chair — Giovanna Russo, University of Bologna (Italy) \ Gaia Peruzzi & Raffaele Lombardi, University of Rome “Sapienza”, Solidarity-based communities, education, cultural change: the milestones of the innova-tion of the territory. A theoretical-empirical reflection grounded on the experience of education of Executive and Leaders of the Third Sector in the Southern of Italy \ Giovanna Russo, University of Bologna (Italy), Between resistance and resilience: experien-ces of asylum seekers and acceptance tools \ Antinea Ambretti & Maria Anna Formisano, University of Salerno (Italy), Prosociality and traditional games \ Francesco Pira, University of Messina (Italy), The challenge of collective intelligence in the era of disinforma-tion \ Rita Cutini, University “Dante Alighieri” of Reggio Calabria (Italy), Insegnare la complessità: la formazione degli assistenti sociali di fronte alle sfide dell’immigrazione \ Domenico Apicella, University of Salerno (Italy), Tourism as a source of integration and territorial development: a way to increasing internationalization \ Natacha Cyrulnik, MCF HDR Aix-Marseille Université (France), The documentary in cities change the repre-sentations \ Antonia Cava, Gaetana Cava & Assunta Penna, University of Messina (Italy), University of Granada (Spain), Televi-sion, culture and identity. The case of asian communities in Messina

Conference closure

| 24 Oct. \ 15.30 — 18.00

Scientific Commitee of INTI Courtroom “4 DISUFF” — Building C

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