Laurea Magistrale in Interdisciplinary research and studies on eastern europe

Scheda del corso

Tipo di laurea Laurea Magistrale
Anno Accademico 2016/2017
Ordinamento D.M. 270
Codice 8049
Anni Attivi I, II
Modalità di erogazione della didattica Convenzionale (lezioni in presenza)
Tipo di accesso Prova di verifica dell’adeguatezza della preparazione​
Curricula A decorrere dalla coorte di immatricolati 2016/17 titolo congiunto con gli atenei Vytautas Magnus Universuty at Kaunas e Saint-Petersburg StateUniversity
Sede didattica Forlì
Tipologia di corso Titolo congiunto
Tipologia Corso interamente internazionale
Coordinatore del corso Francesco Privitera
Docenti Elenco dei docenti
Lingua Inglese

Obiettivi formativi specifici del corso e descrizione del percorso formativo

The international Master of ArtsMIREES is a Second cycle JointDegree (120 ECTS), jointly awarded by the School ofPolitical Sciences of the University of Bologna - Forlì Campus, VytautasMagnus University at Kaunas; Corvinus University of Budapest; Saint-PetersburgState University. MIREES is an innovative graduate program, taught entirely in English , unique in Italy and Europe, devoted to students thathave a BA background in Economics, Politics, International Relations, History,Agricultural or Cultural studies at large.

MIREES main characteristics are based on (1) an international Faculty(provided by partnership); (2) an international students' environment (providedby an internationally wide students' enrollment); (3) a compulsory students'mobility within the partnership; (4) a strong research component; (5) languageskills; (6) interdisciplinarity; (7) a wide and intensive methodology aimed toencourage active participation and to provide organizational, analytical, multifunctional,cross-cultural mindset skills and empathy towards the geopolitical Area ofspecialization.

Indeed, the main educational goals of MIREES Program are inspired by acomprehensive rationale, marked by the following:

Providing aspecialized, in-depth regional knowledge of the Post-socialist Countries intransition, the new EU member States after the Enlargements of 2004 and 2007,as well as the New East-European Neighbor Countries;

Encouraging an interdisciplinary approach, able to encompass economic, social, politicaland cultural studies and understand their interaction and interdependency;

Invigorating analytical skills with language expertise and transnational mobility,in order to get access to primary sources, strengthen the empathic approach tothe area of studies and diversities on the basis of the 1996 UNESCO report “Learning the Treasure Within” and itsfour pillars of education applied to MIREES peculiarities (i.e. Learning to know: the Area studies; Learning to do: analytical, research,organizational and other skills as reported in the above boxes; Learning to Live Together: thanks tomobility, international environment and cross-cultural communication; Learning to Be: building a strong senseof social responsibility to public and common goals in terms of trust,knowledge and cooperation).

Equipping thestudents with multifunctional abilities through an educational 2-years program,whose disciplinary learning goals are expended by a set of proficiencies interms of work organization, respect of deadlines, multiple obligations tofulfill, dynamic life experiences, transnational and cross- cultural commitments andchallenges.

Thanks to these comprehensive learning goals, MIREES combines anacademic approach with professional training, forging potential insightfulconsultants, analysts, and managers as Area Experts for international agencies,public administrations, Ministries and EU institutions, private and publiccompanies, NGOs, and Research and Study Centers, while also offering a solidbasis for further academic studies at the PhD level.

Students are expected to attend the first semester ofthe second year in one of the following partner Universities for at least 5-6months: Vytautas Magnus University at Kaunas, Corvinus University of Budapest,Saint Petersburg State University. The student mobility can be carried outalso at an associated partner University, on the basis of separate specificagreements, including the Universities of Ljubljana, Belgrade, Marmara and NewBulgarian.

The mobility is an integral part of the studentteaching program and is aimed at carrying out educational activities in orderto fulfill the required number of University credits as well as the researchactivities related to the master's thesis.

Living and studying for a semester in a MIREES PartnerUniversity allow students to combine knowledge, fieldwork, and concrete experience on the ground. In addition,they will become aware of the importance of learning different languages (evenless used or taught languages) and perspectives in order to get access to localprimary sources, to become more open minded and tolerant in the context ofmultilingual and multicultural Europe, to acquire an insightful empathy towardsthe Area for his/her own interest. As a result, they will be better prepared inmanaging differences, cross-cultural communication, transnational interactionas well as in rooting a sense of co-ownership of the process of Europeanintegration.

Therefore, as soon asthe 1st and 2nd term are spent in Italy, where in any case the Faculty isinternational and provided by the partner Universities, MIREES students canexperience their mobility and attend courses in the 3rd semester in anotheracademic institutions after the period of study in Italy.

The selection of the University partner forthe mobility period is to be negotiated with the MIREES International AcademicBoard (IAB) on the basis of the following:

The teaching plan and the thesis project

The student's skills developed during thefirst year of study in Forlì and motivation (including language skills)

The number of available exchange placesoffered by the hosting University.

MIREES mobility is provided by theLLP/Erasmus, by the Erasmus Mundus External Cooperation Window and by theMIREES Mobility Scheme (MMS, for European countries or students who are noteligible to the LLP/Erasmus scholarships) or by any other bilateralagreement with the University of Bologna.

Exceptions might be considered by the IAB andinvolve the Associate partners' Universities.

One of the main peculiarities of MIREES program is its research component.Particularly, students are strongly encouraged to improve their research anddata processing skills by collecting essential sources for their thesis work inthe geo-political field as well as in the selected disciplinary field throughfieldworks. This is one of the main task of their mobility experience in one ofthe Partner Universities during the 3rd semester. In other words, students areexpected to take benefit from their mobility by deepening their knowledge whilevisiting their geopolitical area of specialization, and by doing fieldworkresearch. Moreover, in order to strengthen the research dimension, a compulsorymethodological seminar is foreseen during the second year (between February andMarch), when students are expected to present a work-in-progress of theirthesis research, including research questions, bibliography, and one chapter toan international Commission of Mirees professors. These work-in-progressseminars take place in the Universities were students spend their mobility andin Forlì, for those who are spending the mobility in Associated Universities.Furthermore, during the second year, students are warmly invited to apply toapply and submit paper proposals to international convention: if included inpanels they can compete for a MIREES grant.

The 4th semester, when no teaching activity isscheduled, is completely devoted to the thesis writing and implementation.

Finally, during the whole academic year and for thepurpose of expanding its range of cultural activities, MIREES organizes orpromotes together with other subjects, many extra-curricular activities (inparticular conferences, seminars, workshops, book presentations, cinema events,summer schools) on topics relating to the challenges of modern society inpolitical, historical, economic and sociological thought concerning the Eastwardenlargement of EU, relationships with new neighbors and the changes takingplace in Central, Eastern Europe and the Balkans.

Risultati di apprendimento attesi


MIREES graduates:
- acquire a broader introductory and comparative knowledge of the most relevant issues that have characterized the economic, political and cultural spheres in East Central Europe focusing on modernity and state building processes;
- acquire a methodology of research and data elaboration both in qualitative and quantitative terms, academic writings and analytical skills, interdisciplinary knowledge of methodologies (in history, political science, sociology and anthropology, statistics), abilities in oral presentations, comments, and critical analysis.

MIREES graduates:

- have an in-depth knowledge of Central and Eastern European economies either in regional terms or looking at individual countries' economic strategies and policy choices particularly in market economies macroeconomic stabilization, microeconomic adjustment, privatization, and price, trade and financial liberalization
- acquire a sound knowledge on specific features and phases of economic, social, and political developments in SEE (Western Balkans) before 1990, then learn the complexities of privatization and privatization models, the Balkan macroeconomic stabilization, and the problems related to the access to the EU.

MIREES graduates:

- deepen and broaden their understanding of core political and sociological concepts together with key theoretical approaches on globalisation and nationalism;
- learn how to explore sociological, political, economic, historical, cultural and ethical aspects of nationalism and globalisation;
- reinvigorate their comparative analysis of the Baltics, Central Asia, Caucasus, Central Europe, Russia and the Balkans;
- get a comprehensive knowledge of the controversial issues of post-socialist transition and its patterns, in comparative way, in terms of political movements and governance, challenges to the rule of law, developments of social dynamics and threats;
- develop their knowledge about the role of different religions in East European societies in modern times.
- develop techniques in cross-cultural communication and empathy.

MIREES graduates:

- learn on-the-ground commonalities and differences of socio-cultural experience, practices, strategies, processes and change in response to both uncertainties and new opportunities as part of decollectivization, marketization, pluralisation and globalisation processes in post socialist South-eastern, Central and Eastern Europe and post-Soviet Russia;
- look critically at the concept and reality of history and politics in the Balkans and Russia and the dynamics of security in a broader European context;
- learn how memories have been mapped in Central Europe, how literature has often expressed political visions and programs and how media have contribute in building memories and reconsideration of the past;
- achieve a solid knowledge of the processes of EU integration as well as how macroregional cooperation and cross border/transnational relations have been developed
- develop a knowledge of culture and politics of diversity, of challenges in terms of conflicts and social resetting.

MIREES graduates:

- express complex ideas in English both in oral presentations and in writing papers
- reinforce their East European language skills or have a solid language introduction to access local primary sources;
- communicate in an East European language from the very beginning of the learning process;
- possess a language knowledge that allow them understanding newspapers, books, dubbing-dialogues, economic and financial reports.


MIREES graduates:
- analyze and interpret the broader East European context in a comparative way;
- have a methodological maturity in research, analysis, data elaboration and academic writings.

MIREES graduates:
- analyze and interpret East European markets, their macro- regional dynamics, in a comparative way and in the light of the international economic context
- understand the causes and effects of economic phenomena in Eastern, Central Europe and the Balkans
- get an interdisciplinary sensitivity to the economic implications of post-socialist transition as well as inclusion in the European and global contexts.

MIREES graduates:

- conduct social science research;
- identify, organise and critically review relevant literature;
- structure, write up and reference academic work
- publish articles in peer reviewed academic journals and chapters in edited volumes.
- get an interdisciplinary sensitivity to the political and social implications of the transformations, which characterize the complexity of Central, Eastern and South Eastern Europe in contemporary times.
- develop cross-cultural mindset and empathy towards the region/country of their specialization.

MIREES graduates:

- analyze and interpret political contexts paying attention to its social, cultural and political dimension and economic implications conduct social science research;
- develop analytical, cross-cultural skills and empathy towards the region/country of their specialization.
- get an interdisciplinary knowledge to the cultural implications of the transformations, which characterize the complexity of Central, Eastern and South Eastern Europe in contemporary times.

MIREES graduates:

- use a minimum standard of English language (level B2)
- consult primary sources in the original (East European) language

Advanced Russian
- perform fluently in speaking, reading, and writing short papers and presenting their argument on a variety of political, social and cultural topics.


MIREES graduates:

- are able to gather and process socio-economic data; to use them in order to produce projects, manage mediations, draw up assessment reports at the request of research departments, international organizations, ministries, businesses and trade associations, public and private companies, public administrations.

Autonomous analytical skills are developed within all learning activities during the 2-years program implementation, in particular in disciplinary fields concerning anthropology, economics, political sciences, sociology, quantitative-statistics, history, cultural and cross-cultural communication subjects. Substantially, independent critical elaboration of sources are reinforced by the active participation in classroom activities, presentations, simulation exercises, seminars, paper research, which are regularly required during the study program. Furthermore this approaches are stimulated by raising research questions, doing research and fieldworks, consistent with the thesis objectives and their defense against an international commission.

Therefore, graduates learn to apply their knowledge and acquire analytical skills with academically critical approaches through a variety of actions, as follows:
- in their relationship with a an international pool of lecturers and the MIREES academic tutor who, inevitably applying a wide range of teaching and testing methods, allow the students to work in a complex and multi-stimulating environment, therefore acquiring flexibility and adaptability;
- during the mobility period, in which students combine disciplinary and language skills with a life experience, as well as direct contacts with their area of specialization;
- during the research activity, since students are expected to combine theoretical and methodological skills acquired during the first year of the program with theoretical and practical skills of the second year, when fieldworks, identification and process of original sources take place with the support of an international Faculty;
- in their relations with the supervisor and other Faculty members who transfer a more complete and complex set of methodologies as well as the familiarity to a multitude of approaches, stimulating graduates to gather and assess data and manage mediations.

Acquired analytical skills are assessed by lecturers during the exams of each learning activity; the assessment of students' ability to work autonomously and how much analytical skills have been acquired is also taking place during the case-study research and fieldwork implementation, the process of writing the thesis and the defense.


MIREES graduates:

- are able to communicate and write in English language, as well as to read and communicate at intermediate level in one Eastern European language;
- are able to adopt appropriate communicative registers according to the different socio-economic and geographic contexts of the Eastern European area;
- are able to apply convincingly cross-cultural communication and empathic approaches to diversities

Indeed, written and oral communication skills are extensively developed in class, when oral presentations of documents, statements excerpts of theoretical studies and the production of reports are regularly requested to students and fully included in the lecturers’ methods. Furthermore, students can rely on the MIREES academic tutor’s assistance; in addition, simulation exercises and specific workshops are designed to reinforce communication skills, while memories and socio-cultural representations in movies or literature are specifically included in the teaching plan.

Acquired communication skills are assessed by lecturers in class as well as during the exams of each learning activity; assessing students' ability to communicate is also part of the activities developed in methodological seminars and during the thesis defense.

Languages skills are acquired/reinforced in class and through the active participation of the students to the different teaching activities. As MIREES is in English and all the activities are in this language, fluency in English is "naturally" strengthened while carrying out the Program. Furthermore, laboratory group-works take place for students with a similar level of language knowledge. In addition, MIREES enrolls – among others – East European students every year: as a result, they teach and/or assist with pleasure their classmates interested in learning one of their languages. This form of solidarity has a circular dimension and is highly beneficial for the students’ education since it contributes to reinforce significantly language skills acquirement, as well as cross-cultural communication. In the second year, during mobility, language skills are further strengthened by lectures and the environment.

To conclude, knowledge of languages skills is assessed:
- through mid-term and final exams in all course units (as for English)
- through mid-term and final exams of the provided East-European language courses;
- by the Faculty of partner universities during the mobility period in the 3rd semester.


MIREES graduates:

- are able to organize their work, to carry out networking activities and to work under stress;
- are able to present elaborated and in-depth regional arguments, to apply cross-cultural behaviors and provide useful information for effective negotiations, being aware of the different needs to be mediated, the geopolitical and cultural contexts of the European countries they come into contact with, as well as the social and ethical implications of the measures that might have been adopted;
- are able to interact empathically with the individual and the dynamics of the area of their expertise;
- are able to use analytical tools and apply learned methods while further developing their studies at post-graduate levels;
- are able to identify appropriate tools and learning paths to develop their own cultural and specialist knowledge and professional skills.

While dealing with disciplinary contents in anthropology, economics, political sciences, sociology, quantitative-statistics, history, cultural, and cross-cultural communication subjects, the students’ ability to apply the conceptual and empirical knowledge is achieved both in class activities and in study-group exercises, as well as through the critical analysis of texts, documents, statements, theoretical contributions of the international literature proposed for self-learning phases. Additional, crucial opportunities are offered by the elaboration and assessment of evidences, collection of primary sources for case-studies research and fieldwork designed and carried out under the guidelines and the assistance of the professors and the MIREES academic tutor.

Learning skills are acquired throughout the whole study period, using the above-described teaching methods and tools, in contexts additionally marked by needs of adaptability, deadline stress, work organization, intercultural communication with the international environment. Together, all these experiences contribute the achievement of professional, analytical and research learning outcomes.

The achievement of these outcomes takes place regularly throughout the different learning activities of the Program, the research period, the fieldwork and the presentation of the collected and processed data included in the thesis during the defense.

The outcomes achieved are assessed during the exams of each learning activity which, as indicated clearly in each course unit program on the MIREES website, may be written and/or oral, in a test format, or through the production of individual papers; the support of MIREES tutor is an additional opportunity for students to rely on an academic further assistance.


Gli insegnamenti sono articolati a seconda del curriculum scelto

Curricula dettagliati

Attività tirocinio

In collaborazione con l'Ufficio relazioni internazionali e il Career service del Campus di Forlì, l'Ufficio Tirocini della Scuola supporta gli studenti MIREES nella ricerca di tirocini di orientamento e formazione.

Il tirocinio può essere svolto presso strutture interne all'Ateneo, presso gli Atenei partner (San Pietroburgo, Corvinus di Budapest e Vytautas Magnus di Kaunas) o extra-universitarie in Italia e nei paesi degli Atenei partner.

Ufficio Tirocini

Attività extra curriculari

Durante l'intero anno accademico e allo scopo di ampliare l'offerta culturale, MIREES organizza, o promuove con altri soggetti, numerose iniziative extra-curriculari (in particolare conferenze, seminari, work-shop, presentazioni di volumi, rassegne cinematografiche) su temi inerenti le sfide che la contemporaneità pone alla riflessione e all'analisi politica, storica, economica e sociologica dell'allargamento ad Est dell'Unione Europea, dei rapporti di nuovo vicinato e dei cambiamenti in atto in Europa orientale.

Mobilità internazionale

Per completare il proprio percorso di studio e laurearsi, gli studenti iscritti alla LM MIREES debbono obbligatoriamente trascorrere un semestre (il primo del secondo anno) in uno degli Atenei partner, o associati, come indicato sul sito web della Laurea magistrale. La mobilità è assicurata dai programmi di scambio LLP Erasmus, Erasmus Mundus Action 2 o da programma ad hoc chiamato MIREES Mobility Scheme (MMS), specificatamente pensato per mobilità in Paesi non comunitari o per gli studenti esclusi dai programmi di scambio precedentemente indicati. Per ricevere informazioni e orientamento sulle possibilità di studio all'estero, ci si può rivolgere all' Ufficio Relazioni internazionali del Campus di Forlì.

Prova finale

The final examination is an individual written thesis which is presented and defended orally against an international Commission. The subject must be consistent with the MIREES rationale and refer to one of the course units included in the study plan of the degree program. In the final examination students must demonstrate their full command of the expressive means of the language used; an in-depth knowledge of the international theoretical and empirical literature in argument; analytical skills; ability in organizing evidences and the narrative with order and in a systematic way; critical elaboration of collected data and sources; a solid case-study, fieldwork research and/or comparative approach, and an autonomous, well-argued understanding of the subject.

The characteristics of the Masters’ Thesis are established in accordance with rules and regulations applied at the Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Research and Studies on Eastern Europe. Students are personally responsible for the content of their thesis, which must be original. Quotations, bibliography, tables must comply with academic standards.

At the student's request, the Faculty Board of the Degree Programme – with the positive assessment of the International Academic Board - may allow students to serve an internship if consistent with their own research needs and according to the procedures established by the General Regulations of the University of Bologna or by international agreements for internship mobility, the Partners’ rules and in compliance with EU rules. These internship experiences must not exceed 6 months and must be completed by the time when the thesis defense has been scheduled.
Credits can be allocated to internships:
• 6 ECTS in addition to the 120 ECTS needed for graduating.

Accesso a ulteriori studi

Dà accesso agli studi di terzo ciclo (Dottorato di ricerca e Scuola di specializzazione) e master universitario di secondo livello.

Sbocchi occupazionali

profilo professionale
Manager with economic and social area expertise, specializedin Central-Eastern European and Balkan countries

Funzione in un contesto di lavoro
Manager with economic and social area expertise, specialized inCentral-Eastern European and Balkan countries :

- designs, directs and manages commercial and economic activities aboveall with international relevance;
- manages investment and production projects of international relevance;
- works in the field of cooperation and development with Central-EasternEuropean and Balkan countries;
- works in market analysis, sale and mediation.

-operates as a corporate, economic organization, or institute professionaladvisor on Central-Eastern European and Balkan countries.

Competenze associate alla funzione:

Organizational expertise,language skills, adaptability, working skills in international environment,communication competences and empathy, ability in working under stress, socialresponsibility, open-minded approach, writing and oral presentation skills,analytical skills, multifunctionality, interdisciplinarity, interculturalcommunication skills.

Sbocchi Occupazionali

Employed by or freelanceconsultant working for:
- public and private tertiary sector organizations with international interestsand activities in Central-Eastern European and Balkan countries;
- study centers of banks, corporations, foundations, International economicorganizations (World Bank, ECB, OECD etc…)

- salecompanies and investing corporations

profilo professionale
Mediator,Area expert in conflicts resolution and diplomatic relations

Funzione in un contesto di lavoro

Mediator, Area expert inconflicts resolution and diplomatic relations :

- organizes conferencesand meetings, professional networks, cross-cultural events

- works in the protectionof human rights through the monitoring, electoral observation, tutoring, andproduction of reports;

- prepares and managespromotional programs and projects for the culture of peace, human rights andinternational solidarity;

- assists/participates in democracy diffusion and European integration processes;

- implements programs for the pacific resolution of conflicts, disarmament and demobilization,economic reconstruction in deeply divided societies;

- organizes security systems and gives advices in institutional buildingprocesses;

Competenze associate alla funzione

Organizational expertise,language skills, adaptability, working skills in international environment,communication competences and empathy, ability in working under stress, socialresponsibility, open-minded approach, writing and oral presentation skills,analytical skills, multifunctionality, interdisciplinarity, interculturalcommunication skills.

Sbocchi Occupazionali

Employed by or freelanceconsultant working for:
- international institutions and bodies (UN, UNDP, NATO, etc);

- Ministries and publicinstitutions

- Private and publicresearch/study centers, foundations
- national and international civil organizations and voluntaryassociations and tertiary sector institutions

-Academicand popular Journals and Magazines, publishing houses, academically specializedon-lines Portal

profilo professionale
Analyst,Area expert in international relations, journalist with international Areaexpertise

Funzione in un contesto di lavoro

Analyst, Area expert ininternational relations, journalist with international Area expertise :

- carries out analytical researchand studies in the referred sector; elaborates primary sources and providesarguments in designing and implementing activities and projects in/for EastCentral Europe and the Balkans
- is able to outlinescenarios;
- is able toconduct/manage cross-cultural communication projects

- is able to implementfeasibility studies or provide assessments on the state of implementation ofreforms or measures adopted in a region/country of Eastern Europe in relationtom the EU integration processes

- isable to elaborate primary sources of information and refer with an in-depthknowledge of the Area of his/her own expertise

Competenze associate alla funzione

Organizational expertise,language skills, adaptability, working skills in international environment,communication competences and empathy, ability in working under stress, socialresponsibility, open-minded approach, writing and oral presentation skills,analytical skills, multifunctionality, interdisciplinarity, interculturalcommunication skills.

Sbocchi Occupazionali

Employed by or freelanceconsultant working for:
- Research institutes, foundations
- European Commission, Parliament and other international institutions
-Ministries, regional and local authorities working in international activities

-NGOs and INGOs

-Study centers of Banks

-Newspapers, Magazines,specialized on-line journalist Portals on East-Central Europe and the Balkans

Parere delle parti sociali

MIREES International Academic Board (IAB).

- EU Parliament – Member of the European Parliament
- Creative Leadership Consultants Ltd. – Member
- Visoriai Information Technology Park – IT Business developer
- International Vilnius Airport – Director
- NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence - Head - Strategic Analysis and Research Division
- Lithuanian Emigration Institute – Director
- TV Journalist, Producer and Writer
- Education Exchanges Support Foundation - Coordinator
- VMU/NYU Alumni
- MAIA – MIREES Alumni Association

La Public Alumni Conference, tenutasi presso la Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas il 17-18 Ottobre 2013, è stata concepita per dare seguito a: a) una precedente consultazione delle parti sociali svoltasi a Forlì, Italia, il 19 Settembre 2007, b) analisi svolta dalla Commissione QA del Mirees sui questionari dei laureati raccolti dal Alma Laurea e infine c) un proficuo scambio di idee con la Commissione Internazionale di Monitoraggio del Centro Lituano per la QA nelle istituzioni superiori, Studijų Kokybės Vertinimo Centras (SKVC), nel corso della visita a Forlì avvenuta nel Marzo 2013, i cui principali risultati sono stati inclusi nella relazione finale allegata alla lettera di Accreditamento del 27 Maggio 2013.
La conferenza di Kaunas è stato un evento intenso e dinamico durante il quale gli Alumni hanno incontrato le parti sociali e le Università Partner. Sono state discusse le competenze acquisite e i bisogni del mercato del lavoro in termini di responsabilità sociale, multifunzionalità, interdisciplinarità, adattabilità, abilità linguistiche, risultati di apprendimento attesi ed esperienza organizzativa. A tal proposito è stato evidenziato un processo duplice, poiché l’internazionalizzazione implica non solo una trasformazione del percorso accademico al di là di ogni aspirazione professionale (che non è fra i suoi obiettivi), ma anche un radicale cambiamento della mentalità e dell’approccio delle imprese. Inoltre, è emerso che il compito delle Università è educare i giovani a diventare promotori di significativi cambiamenti nei loro paesi, essendo essi stessi portatori di cambiamenti specialmente in tempo di crisi (come quello attuale) conservando i loro rapporti di amicizia e i loro contatti personali – instaurati durante lo svolgimento del programma – che costituiscono le basi di network in grado di consolidare la fiducia transnazionale, la conoscenza e la cooperazione.

Verbale degli incontri del 17 e 18 ottobre 2013, archiviato presso la Vicepresidenza di Forlì di Scienze Politiche.

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Contatti e recapiti utili


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