World Youth Forum Right to Dialogue: 2013 October 4-6. Program

World Youth Forum Right to Dialogue: 2013 October 4-6. Program

Forum Mondiale dei Giovani Diritto di Dialogo/ World Youth Forum Right to Dialogue

 

6th Edition

Global / City

Trieste, Italy / October 4-6 2013

Auditorium of the Higher School of Modern Languages for Interpreters and Translators

promoted by Association Poesia e Solidarietà (Poetry and Solidarity) in collaboration with

Study and Documentation Centre for Youth Culture

(Department of Humanities – University of Trieste)

WITH THE CONTRIBUTION OF AUTONUMOUS REGION OF FRIULI VENEZIA GIULIA

www.castellodiduinopoesia.org

Friday, October 4 / 9,30- 11,00

Auditorium of the Higher School of Modern Languages for Interpreters and Translators

Opening of the World Youth Forum Right to Dialogue

 

9,30-10,00

Welcome addresses by the authorities

Loredana Cialdella (councillor for Youth and EU policy – town administration of Corato): collaboration projects

10,00- 10,20

Emanuela Scridel (professor at Luiss “Guido Carli” University and European Committee specialist)

“Creative”: Europe for a dream

10,20-10,40

Fulvio Longato (professor at University of Trieste)

The “Bill of human duties”

 

 

11,00 -12,30

1st Session: new citizenship: between knowledge and solidarity

 

Marcin Piekalkiewicz (Poland)

Globalizations’ closed spaces (a tale and some reflections)

Itodo Samuel Anthony (Nigeria / United Kingdom)

Globalization and citizenship: local and global dimensions

Riccardo Vecellio Segate (Verona, Italy)

The role of European diplomacy in cultural development and humanitarian commitment

Alabbas Abbasov (Azerbaijan)

Globalization and individuals’ life

Michele Alessio (Trieste, Italy)

Decay finds its bad seed in the global cities

 

 

17,00- 18,30

The spaces of future

 

Gabriella Valera, A photo exhibition and two books to investigate the same subject

 

Alberto Garlini, Launch of the book “Il Futuro… un luogo nel mondo” (‘The future… a place in the world’, poems by the winners of the 9th edition of the Castello di Duino Award – Ibiskos publ., Risolo 2013)

 

Lectures by Mariella Terragni

 

 

 

 

Saturday, October 5

2nd Session: Being citizens in the global city: new rights, new duties, new commitment

 

9,00-11,00

Zaahirah Muthy (Mauritius / United Arab Emirates)

Engage yourself – Inspire others

 

Marcos Nhapulo (Mozambico)

To confront with the past and to find differences…

Aderopo Egbeleke (Nigeria / The Netherlands)

Removal of Egyptian President through civil disobedience: interrogating new forms of citizens’ rights

 

Christabel Chanda Mwango (Zambia / Ukraine)

Citizenship in a global city

 

11,00- 13,00

Liliana Sofia Romao Mota (Portugal)

Why tourism?

Ekaterina Matveeva (Russian Federation)

Cultures and mixed couples in the era of globalization and new citizenship

 

Maria Francesca Casamassima (Corato, Italy)

Biblion: knowledge as global good

Hari Bertoja (Trieste, Italy)

Globalità of good, globality of evil

 

 

 

Saturday, October 5 / 15,00- 16,30

Parallel sessions

Room C1

Air, Water, Earth, Fire: elements and ecosystem

Team leader: Marcin Piekalkiewicz

Aldo Lastella (Corato, Italy)

Future/Environment

 

Luigi Procacci (Corato, Italy)

t-Ricycle

Parth Vaidya (India)

Sustainable low carbon neighbourhood development

Room L4

Psychology and anthropology of the global world

Team Leader: Antonella Rizzo

 

Maria Nevzorova (Russian Federation)

What is your citizenship, my friend?

Fabio Corigliano (Trieste, Italy)

The discomfort for freedom

 

Domenico Paganelli (Corato, Italy)

In my eyes there is only future

 

Edona Rhexa (Albania)

All together

 

Room I4

Globale / Internet

Team Leader: Hari Bertoja

 

Elena Rizova (FYROM)

Being a citizen in the global city

 

Ekaterina Kuznetsova (Russian Federation)

Global dialogue: why should we care?

Siamak Rahimi Motem (Iran / Finland)

Using technology for a brighter social life

Domenico Caterina (Corato, Italy)

“And they lived happily and connected”

 

Auditorium

Globality and identity

Team Leader:  Stefano Felician

 

Zhara Qureshi (Pakistan)

Honour killing in Pakistan

 

Dafina Beqiri (Kosovo)

Homogenized society or diversity

 

Natalia Ustinova (Russian Federation)

The problem of modern Russian culture identity

Nunzia Masciavé (Corato, Italy)

Aspects of sociocultural integration among people of different nationalities and cultures

Mattia di Tommaso (Roma, Italy)

Italian citizenship facing the migratory processes

 

 

17,00- 18, 30

 

Plenary session – Auditorium

introduction of the parallel sessions’ outcomes and debate

 

 

 

 

 

Sunday, October 6 / 9,30- 12,30

IV Sessione: Global/city in the arts

Analia Adorni (Argentina / Italy)

The globality of contemporary art

Luca Fedele (Aversa, Italy)

The new space of poetry in the cities of the global era

Aleksandra Baca (Poland)

Walls of art

Emmanuel Manasseh Osei (Ghana)

Global city: citizenship, knowledge and arts

Anna Ilcheva (Bulgaria / Italy) and Yana Drumeva (Bulgaria / Italy)

The contemporary city, a stage for human culture and new social tendencies

Dario Talarico (Roma, Italy)

Artistic craftmanship

 

17,00

House of Music – Auditorium

 

Networking

Friendship: The gift of cultures

 

20, Farewell dinner

 

 

Participants to the debate:

Delegates from the Youth National Forum (Italy), delegates from the town administration of Corato (Italy), delegates from the International Human Rights Observer (Pakistan), delegates from the Peace World Foundation of Africa (Nigeria), delegates from the Youth Synergy and Development (Camerun), Piero Guglielmino (University of Primorska, Slovenia), Gyanendra Basnet  e Ramesh Bahadur Upreti (Nepal), Ana Gabunia (Georgia), Biljana Stupar (Bosnia).

Forum Mondiale dei Giovani Diritto di Dialogo / World Youth Forum Right to Dialogue will provide simultaneous translation from / to English.

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