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Taking Care of Humans and Our Common Home. How to integrate the Intangible and the Tangible in Co-growth Practices for SDG 2030

November 15

 

The UNESCO Transdisciplinary Chair in Human Development and Culture of Peace is pleased to present the International Transdisciplinary Workshop titled “Taking Care of Humans and Our Common Home. How to integrate the Intangible and the Tangible in Co-growth Practices for SDG 2030”, which will take place on November 15 at the Aula Magna of the University of Florence (P.zza San Marco 4, Florence). The Seminar is part of the activities of the General Project of the Chair UTC (2017/2021) “The historical challenge of the planetary civilization” – Towards the Earth’s Humanism, in search of the co-science and the co-growth beyond violence. The purpose of the Workshop is to reflect upon the global challenges of development. In particular, by comparing methods of intervention of tangible and intangible development, the topic of the discussion will mainly focus on the sustainable development of the Earth and its citizens, including all the species alive. Invited professors include Jose-E Baños, Joan Bigorra, Elena Guardiola (Universitat Pompeo Fabra, Barcelona). Roberto Bologna, Nicola Casagli, Guido Chelazzi, Marco Fioravanti, Maria Rita Mancaniello (University of Firenze). Enrico Giovannini (University of Roma 2), Zehavit Gross (Bar Ilan University), Maria Luisa Iavarone (University Napoli Parthenope), Domenico Simeone (University Cattolica of Milano), Ana MarÍa Vega Gutiérrez (University of La RioJa), Pascale Boucaud (Universitè catholique Lyon).  Our UNESCO Chair Chairholder, Prof. Alberto García, will attend this conference.

 

Details

Date:
November 15

Organizer

Cattedra transdisciplinare “Sviluppo Umano e Cultura di Pace”
Website:
https://www.unifi.it/vp-11064-cattedre-unesco.html

Venue

Università degli Studi di Firenze
P.zza S. Marco, 4
Firenze, 50121 Italy
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Website:
https://www.unifi.it/changelang-it.html