Aija Kosk, Lecturer of Environmental Policy and Economics Organization: Tartu College of Tallinn University of Technology Aija has a Master’s degree in Environmental Policy and Sciences. She conducts lectures on Environmental Policy and Environmental Economics. Her main research area is environmental economics, especially socio-economic analyses for valuation of ecosystem services. She also works as a project manager of Peipsi Center for Transboundary Cooperation. She has implemented projects on policy analyses and ecosystem services assessment, mapping and valuation.
Alessia Romeo , Project manager Organisation CIES Onlus I have a degree in Humanistic Science and a Post-graduate degree in International Affairs and Development Cooperation. After some experience in international cooperation, I was in charge of school activities for the Campaign “Biblioteche Solidali” promoted by the Public Libraries of Rome. Since 2010 I’m working with CIES Onlus in the Education and Training department as grants officer, project manager and responsible of activities with schools.
Angela Alaimo, Geographer Organization: University of Trento My name is Angela and I am a geographer. I study the different forms of spatial organization created by human groups to inhabit Earth. Today all places are interconnected, thanks to exchanges and to real time communication. But they are not at on the same level: some have more power than others. That is why I study the flows and the networks connecting places, peoples and cultures, producing different forms of proximity and distance. To me, doing geography means creating connections and producing global visions, to contribute imagining new possible worlds, more equitable and sustainable, for humans and the environment alike. To be a geographer i studied in University, but I mainly travelled and worked in different parts of the world. Geography is done with feet: one needs to walk to meet places and people, not only with the mind, but with the whole body. Mail: email@example.com
Anna Brusarosco, Project Manager Organization: Centro di Volontariato Internazionale - CeVI She graduated in 2006 in Environmental Sciences at the University Ca’ Foscari Venice and she obtained a PhD in Human Geography at the University of Padua in 2011. Her main research topics have been international cooperation, local and rural development and water policies. From 2011 to the beginning of 2015 she has collaborated as freelance project developer with several associations, NGOs and the University Ca’ Foscari, dealing mainly with awareness raising and global education projects. Since 2015, is permanently employed at CeVI, as project manager and project developer of awareness raising and global education initiatives, addressed to pupils and young people, on environmental topics, with a particular focus on water as common good and human right.
ASGI, Associazione per gli Studi Giuridici sull’Immigrazione. Text by: Anna Brambilla, Luigi Tessitore, Eugenio Alfano, Maurizio Cossa. Lawyers on Immigration. ASGI (Association for Legal Studies on Immigration) is an association founded in 1990 and composed by lawyers, academics and experts in foreigners law. With its associates, ASGI commits to promoting information, research and education about themes like immigration, asylum and non-discrimination, but also to formulate new law proposals to modify policies at the national, european and international level. ASGI associates are almost 300. Some are lawyers offering consulntancy and legal assistance to foreign citizens, promote strategic causes to overcome discriminations or situations where the rights of people have been violated. Others are operators working in reception centers or legal counseling services. Others again are academics doing research about the themes of immigration or asylum. Together, they concur in promoting and diffusing a conception of migrations based on principles of solidarity, equality and full respect of human rights. Organization: ASGI Associazione per gli Studi Giuridici sull’Immigrazione Web-site: http://www.asgi.it/
Stefano Caserini, Professor of Mitigation of Climate Change Organization: (university, associations…) Politecnico di Milano, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering - Environmental Section Stefano has a Master's degree in Environmental Engineering and PhD in Sanitary Engineering. He is contract professor of Mitigation of Climate Change at the Politecnico di Milano, Engineering Faculty, where he is involved in researches on atmospheric pollution, life cycle assessment, municipal waste incinerator monitoring and greenhouse gas emission assessment and reduction.He also works as a consultant for private and public company in the fields of emission inventory, environmental impact assessment, air quality pollution and mitigation of climate change. Author of many scientific publications, he is also involved in the dissemination of scientific knowledge on climate change; he has published four books. He is founder and coordinator of Climalteranti.it, one of the main Italian blog on climate change and Co-Director of the magazine “Ingegneria dell’Ambiente” (Engineering of the Environment). Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web-site: http://www.Caserinik.it
Cecilia Lohász, geographer, biology and chemistry teacher Organization: Energiaklub Climate Policy Institute and Applied Communication Cecilia Lohasz has graduated as a biology and chemistry teacher, and geographer. She has been working for Energiaklub Climate Policy Institute and Applied Communication for almost ten years, which is the leading Budapest based NGO focusing on sustainable energy management in Hungary providing trainings, consultancy, strategic planning and monitoring the transparency and accountability of the Hungarian energy system. Cecilia is working as a training and education coordinator, developing educational materials and trainings on behaviour change, energy poverty, energy counselling for low-budget households, climate change, energy efficiency and renewable energies. She is a founder and active member of the Budapest based grassroots City and River Association aiming to revitalize the Danube embankment in the inner city with community events.
Chiara Lainati, anthropologist Organization: Catholic University/Soleterre Strategie di Pace I am an anthropologist, I research on the field, I create and write projects starting from the needs and the resources of the places, together with their inhabitants and their policy makers. Sometimes i manage the projects or I accompany their realization. My works are very diverse but I specialized in international migrations and local processes for social cohesion in Italy and Europe. I studied anthropology at University. My interest for the arab world brought me to study the Arabic language and to work for 4 years in the North African countries. When i came back I could make the most of my knowledge of these countries and integrate it with that of migratory experiences and the challenges to coexistence that these bring. I currently work in Soleterre, an NGO, and since 2003 I am a lecturer in anthropology in a master within the Università Cattolica, in Milan.
Daniela Del Bene, PhD candidate in Environmental Sciences Organization: Institut de Ciència i Tecnologìa Ambientals (ICTA) - Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona Daniela Del Bene is currently a PhD candidate in Environmental Sciences at ICTA-UAB. She holds a Master degree in Cultural Anthropology at the University of Turin (Italy) and a BA in International Relations and Diplomacy at the University of Triest (Italy). She also studied Ethnology, History of Southern Asia and Politics at the Sued Asien Institut at University of Heidelberg (Germany). Her main research topics are conflicts related to water resources and river basin management, dams and hydropower, social movements. Her work will be carried out mostly in Southern Asia (Indian Himalayas), Europe (Alps) and Latin America. She currently works in the EJOLT project and on the global map of environmental conflicts and resistance.
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Diana Szántó, anthropologist, phd Organization: Artemisszió Foundation Diana Szántó has done anthropological studies in Hungary and France, specializing in South American ethnology. Intercultural communication is the at centre of her interests as she has been the president of Artemisszio Foundation since 1998. Diana has lived in France where she participated in different research projects on topics including the urban spaces of sociability, neighbourhood relations in popular urban districts and artistic initiatives in occupied houses. She also got involved in the study of immigrant communities and the life of collective housing facilities for refugees. From 2002 to 2004 Diana worked in the Museum of Resistance in Grenoble, where she was in charge of to establishing the “House of Human Rights”. In 2004 she moved back to Hungary to take over the professional direction of Artemisszió Foundation. Diana obtained a PhD in 2015 in Pécs (Hungary). Her new research topic is about civil society, disability and development in Western Africa.
“Deep water” is the theatre show realized by CIES Onlus within the SAME WORLD project.
The show is one of the sensitization and educational activities carried out by the SAME WORLD consortium with the aim to actively involve citizenship and students therefore it has been conceived as an interactive performance on the theme of environmental justice, that calls for the active participation of the audience.
Its first version, directed by Valentina Di Odoardo (CIES Onlus) was staged on the 20th October 9:00 pm at Cascina Triulza (Auditorium) with different repeat performances on the same premises and also in Rome and Villa San Giovanni.
The show was adapted to different regional and National contexts and was put on stage in Milan, Hungary (Artemissziò Foundation) and Gernany (Arche-Nova). The Slovenian partner Humanitas chose to adapt a previous interactive theater play realized by Cies (One-way ticket) to realize an interactive play on the present refugees’ crisis “Through the refugee’s eyes”.